From Compliance to Competitive Advantage
With the recent onslaught of increasing regulations and penalties, it is becoming more vital than ever to bring expert industry and regulatory opinion in the region together to share best practice in propelling AML and CTF practices forward.
3rd Annual Financial Crime Summit Asia, 27-28 January 2016 in Singapore is the first of its kind in the region to bring together Financial Intelligence Units from across Asia Pacific, key enforcement agencies including the INTERPOL, Internal Revenue Services, and Homeland Security Investigations and leading financial institutes such as DBS, ANZ, Barclays to discuss common challenges, address pressing threats, and share best practice.
This year, we are focused on looking beyond compliance to instilling competitive advantage, as part of a longer-term sustainability strategy to keep costs low whilst maintaining enterprise-wide risk management.
Hear case studies from multi-stakeholders presenting both guidelines and practical applications on tackling the latest threats: trade-based money laundering, bribery and corruption, tax and sanctions non-compliance, cyber-crime, and unregulated virtual currencies.
KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM FINANCIAL CRIME ASIA:
- Hear case studies from multi-stakeholders presenting both guidelines and practical applications - regulators, central banks, enforcement authorities, FIs and technology providers
- Gain comprehensive insights into the full spectrum of trending threats: anti-bribery & corruption, trade-based money laundering, cyber-crime, tax evasions, sanctions
- Stay up-to-date with key developments in virtual currencies, mobile payment platforms, and eKYC
- Create sustainability in compliance - public-private financial intelligence sharing, talent retention, and integrating ethics into the fabric of the company’s culture
- Deep-dive into the latest technologies: detection scenarios and data-analysis in transaction monitoring
- Equip your existing KYC/CDD to improve revenue and stay robust in evolving regulations
- Learn best practices in establishing an enterprise-wide risk-based criteria – including correspondent relationships
- Overcome challenges in detecting typologies of financial frauds and mitigating the risks associated
Who Will You Meet?
Banks, Financial Institutions and Payment Platforms
Head/Team Lead/Vice President/Specialists dealing with:
- Financial Crime Compliance
- Internal Audit
- Due Diligence
- Fraud Risk
Central Banks, Financial Investigation Units, Ministries of Justice and Finance
Director/Deputy Director/Auditor/Solicitor/Counsels dealing with:
- Money Laundering
- Regulatory compliance
- Finance intelligence & Enforcement
Contact us today to discuss how you can get involved at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +65 6722 9388 for more details.
"The learning about the practical aspects of what other banks/countries are doing to mitigate AML risks is very helpful and useful." -Hwong Meng Jet, Senior Legal and Compliance Counsel, Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore.
The event is very helpful in keeping the government lawyers updated with the new trends concerning AML activities and learn from the regulators from other countries. I liked the round table discussion the most. It allowed the participants to learn more about the steps undertaken by regulators in the region. -Julie P. Mercurio, Solicitor, Office of the Solicitor General, The Philippines
Wonderful insights and face-to-face interactions with the regulators from various jurisdictions.-Raymond Tan, Compliance Officer, Sing Alliance Pte Ltd