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Day 2

8:00 AM - 8:40 AM Registration & Welcome Coffee

09:00 AM - 09:15 AM Opening Remarks from the Chairperson

FINANCIAL GRC WEEK PLENARY

  • Assessing the implementation and progress of blockchain in financial services
  • Risks versus benefits: What are the opportunities and challenges of utilising blockchain in crime and compliance?
  • How can organisations successfully integrate blockchain technology into their current crime and compliance initiatives?

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Richard Carrick

Regional Head of Financial Crime Assurance APAC
Barclays
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Alan Seow

Former Head of Cyber Security
Ministry of Communications & Information, Singapore
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Rhys Bollen

Executive Director, Regulatory Policy
NSW Department of Finance, Services and Innovation

Mona Zoet

Partner | Co-Founder
Singapore Fintech Consortium | RegPac
  • Customer due diligence: To what extent is it considered sufficient and how best to secure buy-in from clients and third-parties?
  • Risk detection, reporting and classification – Determining the threshold of terminating ambiguous and fraudulent transactions
  • Streamlining financial crime monitoring processes for continuous improvement

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Seok Keng Lim

Head of Compliance
Aviva Asia
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Praveen Jain

Head, Financial Crime Compliance Innovation and Controls Strategy
Standard Chartered Bank
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Ai Ping Wong

Chief Compliance Officer
Hong Leong Bank Berhad
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Stanley Park

Managing Director & Head of Legal APAC
Scotiabank

Dione Schick

Asia Programme Director, Compliance & Financial Crime
International Compliance Association

10:45 AM - 11:15 AM Morning Refreshments & Networking Break

Cyber Risk Mitigation

11:15 AM - 11:45 AM Designing an Adaptive Cyber Security Incident Response Model

Christian Karam, Director of Cyber Threat Intelligence service, UBS
  • Cultivating a strong security driven strategy across the organisation
  • Assessing threat profiles for proactive defense and risk management
  • The role of artificial intelligence and analytics in elevating security response and building threat intelligence capabilities

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Christian Karam

Director of Cyber Threat Intelligence service
UBS
  • Embracing innovation and scaling up IT infrastructure for the cognitive era
  • Risk management: Gaining a holistic crossenterprise view of customers and transaction lifecycles
  • Identifying common obstacles and uncovering new approaches to improve counter fraud measures

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Raj Kandasamy

Senior Vice President, Technology Risk Management
BNY Mellon
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Parag Deodhar

Chief Information Security Officer
AXA Group, India
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Parag Deodhar

Chief Information Security Officer
AXA Group, India
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Jansen Tang

Senior Vice President & Head of Cyber Security Strategy
DBS Bank

May-Ann Lim

Executive Director | Director
Asia Cloud Computing Association | TRPC Pte Ltd

12:30 PM - 1:25 PM Networking Lunch

Interactive Roundtables


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Stephen Chan

Executive Director & Head of KYC Advisory, Markets, Investment Banking & Investor Service Advisory – APAC Global Financial Crimes Compliance
J.P. Morgan

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Roundtable B: Strengthening Your Framework on Politically Exposed Personnel (PEP) Screening

Andrew Barker, Director, Asia Pacific Head of Global PEP Unit, UBS

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Andrew Barker

Director, Asia Pacific Head of Global PEP Unit
UBS

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Roundtable C: Establishing a Robust Shared Intelligence Framework to Tackle Threats of the Future

Joe Chan, Head, FI Client Onboarding, DBS Bank

Joe Chan

Head, FI Client Onboarding
DBS Bank

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Roundtable D: Governing and Achieving Coherence in KYC, CIP and CDD Methodologies

Siew Ching Tan, Senior Vice President & Head – KYC, Citi Private Bank

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Siew Ching Tan

Senior Vice President & Head – KYC
Citi Private Bank

Countering AML & Terrorist Financing

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM Identifying Common Typologies to Combat Complex Terrorist Financing

Richard Carrick, Regional Head of Financial Crime Assurance APAC, Barclays
  • Predictive analytics detection scenarios to recognise terrorist financing transactions
  • What are the key controls to counter terrorist financing?
  • Case study on utilising public-private partnership to identify and stop terrorist financing

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Richard Carrick

Regional Head of Financial Crime Assurance APAC
Barclays

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM Countering AML/CFT Deficiencies in Correspondent Banking

Debra Au, Head of Business Compliance, Asia Pacific, HSBC
  • Applications of due diligence and risk mitigation measures from a de-risking standpoint
  • Where does correspondent banking fall within enterprise-wide risk assessment?
  • Complexities in correspondent banking and the need for enhanced due diligence across jurisdictions

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Debra Au

Head of Business Compliance, Asia Pacific
HSBC

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM Afternoon Refreshment & Networking Break

Market Remediation and Harmonisation

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM Latest Initiatives and Guidelines for Tax Evasion & Money Laundering

David James, HMRC Fiscal Crime Liaison Officer, British High Commission, Singapore
  • Reviewing global and regional priorities for crossborder tax tracking
  • Tax legislation on common reporting standards for automatic exchange of information
  • Evaluating the differences and effectiveness of spontaneous exchange of information (EOI) and AEOI

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David James

HMRC Fiscal Crime Liaison Officer
British High Commission, Singapore

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM Developing a Comprehensive Know Your Customer (KYC) Process to Arrest Trade-Based Money Laundering Activities

Ling Hu Chin, Senior Vice President, Compliance, China Construction Bank
  • Overview of the latest developments in tradebased money laundering and their impact on the financial sector
  • Establishing transaction monitoring mechanisms to identify unusual or suspicious trade-based activities
  • Applying a risk-based TBML approach and rectifying the lapses in KYC data and due diligence

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Ling Hu Chin

Senior Vice President, Compliance
China Construction Bank

5:00 PM - 5:30 PM Beyond Policies & Procedures: Measuring the Effectiveness of Your Anti-Bribery & Corruption Programme

Rodney Hay, Regional Head Anti Bribery and Corruption ASEAN & South Asia, Standard Chartered Bank
  • What are the characteristics of an effective riskbased anti-bribery and corruption programme?
  • Utilising the right set of data for bribery risk assessment and programme design
  • Controls and measures to put in place for enabling legitimate business activities

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Rodney Hay

Regional Head Anti Bribery and Corruption ASEAN & South Asia
Standard Chartered Bank

5:30 PM - 11:59 PM Closing Remarks from Chairperson & End of Conference