Martin Purbrick has over 35 years of experience leading integrity and risk management, and is the former Director of Security and Integrity at The Hong Kong Jockey Club. Martin was responsible for integrity management, anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, financial crime investigations, customer due diligence, and security risk management. He is also a former Royal Hong Kong Police officer whose service included in Special Branch engaged in counter-terrorism as well as the Criminal Intelligence Bureau in anti-triad intelligence.
Martin also writes for journals and news publications, including published work in Asian Affairs, the Jamestown Foundation, the Scotsman, the South China Morning Post, and Ming Pao News. His focus is on racing and sports integrity, organised crime, corruption, law enforcement, and in particular these issues in relation to China and the rest of Asia.