|9:00am - 9:30am||Registration and coffee|
|9:30am - 12.30pm||Masterclass: Anti Money Laundering|
In this facilitator led session, we will be exploring the latest topics and trends impacting the AML landscape. Case studies and practical exercises will also be included to enhance discussion and networking opportunities.
Tutor: Alice Saveneh, Co-founder, Murray Waldren Consultng
|1pm - 1.30pm||Registration and Coffee|
|1.30pm - 4.30pm||Masterclass: Governance, Risk and Compliance|
In this facilitator led session, we will be exploring the latest topics and trends impacting the GRC landscape. Case studies and practical exercises will also be included to enhance discussion and networking opportunities.
Tutor: Rebecca O'Sullivan, Head of Quality Assurance, Governance and Projects - Asia. Compliance. Commerzbank AG
|8:30am - 9:15am||Registration and networking breakfast|
|9:15am - 9:25am||Welcome from ICA CEO Helen Langton and Conference Chair Radish Singh, Executive Director, FAS, Deloitte Singapore|
|9:30am - 10:15am||Keynote Speaker: Loo Siew Yee, AMD Policy, Payments & Financial Crime, Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)|
|10:15am - 11:15am||Panel session: Women in Compliance|
|Yvette Cheak, FICA, Managing Director, Ace Compliance Ltd (Panel session moderator)
Harpejan Kaur, MICA, Head of Compliance, AIG Malaysia
Angelia Lee, Regional Director, Business Integrity, CSL Behring
Radish Singh, Executive Director, FAS, Deloitte Singapore
Alice Chen, COO & General Counsel InvestaCrowd
|11:15am - 11:45am||Networking break|
|11:45am - 12:45pm||Breakout - Stream One|
|Session 1:||How do I build a great compliance team?|
|Sandra Horma, Financial Crime Senior Lead, Transferwise
In the age of the compliance specialist versus the compliance generalist, how can we best create successful multi-skilled teams? Transferwise consider how you can build a team that has all the competencies you need in order to effectively manage financial crime risk and deliver strong performance.
|Session 2:||Why are Money Service Businesses (MSBs) a risk worth taking?|
|Alice Saveneh, Partner, Murray Waldren Consulting
In this session, Alice will examine the role of MSBs in promoting financial inclusion across APAC and will discuss some practical steps that can be taken to embrace this growing industry and help allay the 'derisking' fear factor.
|Session 3:||Are you prepared for a Tax Audit?|
|John Shoemaker, Attorney, Butler Snow Law
A formal FATCA/CRS audit process is on the horizon. How will you demonstrate compliance when you are asked to? John will look at key elements including records and staff issues and will discuss the type of questions you may be asked (and help provide answers!)
|Session 4:||Sponsor session: TBC|
|12:45pm - 1:45pm||Networking lunch|
|1:45pm - 2:45pm||Break out Stream Two|
|Session 1:||How do I make the most of a limited compliance budget?|
|Angelia Lee, Regional Director, Business Integrity, CSL Behring
Resources are often pressurized in the compliance world. In this session we will be discussing techniques for building a great compliance program with limited budget/resource. Angelia will be sharing insight, hints and tips gained from her own experiences in implementing successful compliance programs within the healthcare sector
|Session 2:||Are we doing enough to prevent corruption?|
|Chen, Jee Meng, MLRO, Commerz Bank AG, Singapore Branch
The global media is increasingly interested in cases of bribery and corruption, with regulators stepping up activity in this area too. As understanding the various risks and typologies becomes more important, this practical session will look at some of the key risk areas for compliance professionals to be aware of.
|Session 3:||Trade Based Money Laundering - are we thinking widely enough?|
|Yvette Cheak, FICA, Managing Director, Ace Compliance Ptd Ltd.
Ensuring that international trade isn't abused by criminals involves more than more than just checking documentation. In this session Yvette will walk through the end-to-end trade process, highlighting the numerous ways this can be abused for financial crime, with specific focus placed on open account transactions and the trade interactions within SE Asia
|Session 4:||The Infinite Possibilities of RegTech. Stream sponsored by Cynopsis|
|Chye Kit Chong, FICA. Managing Director & Founder, Cynopsis|
|2:45pm - 3:05pm||Networking break|
|3:10pm - 4:10pm||Break out Stream three|
|Session 1:||Help - I've got a data breach!|
|Hapejan Kaur, MICA, Head of Compliance, AIG Malaysia.
When this happens in your organisation, how should you respond? What are your obligations to the firm, the regulator and the customer? What risks do you face and what is best practice in this area? Harpejan will provide insights based on her own experiences and share ideas on implementing a robust data compliance culture.
|Session 2:||'Following the money' is a key part of understanding criminal networks.|
|Bala Sathya, FICA, Head of Compliance, InstaReM.
Tracing illict flows is a key part of understanding criminal networks. Bala will draw on presentations he has given to law enforcement and regulators to provide practical insights into effective investigative techniques. He will discuss international transactions and the role of technology in enabling and combating criminality
|Session 3:||Virtual Banking is coming - are you ready?|
|Malcolm Wright, Chief Compliance Officer, Diginex
Drawing on experiences from Hong Kong, Malcolm will explore some of the key challenges in this evolving space, focussing particularly on the area on non face-to-face onboarding.
|Session 4:||Sponsor stream|
|This sponsor stream session is still available. For further details please email our Events Team in the UK email@example.com or call on +44 (0) 121 362 7506|
|4:10pm - 5:30pm||Networking drinks reception|
|8:30am - 9:15am||Networking breakfast|
|9:15am - 10am||Keynote: Crypto regulation is coming - what are you doing about it?|
|Keynote speaker: Malcolm Wright, Chief Compliance Officer, Diginex
Crypto firms will be regulated in Singapore at the end of 2019. Malcolm will use his vast experience to explore the developing cryto space, guiding you through some of the opportunities and challenges and considering what the future holds for firms as regulation implementation draws nearer.
|10:00am - 11:00am||Panel session: RegTech: Friend or Foe? What's next in tech and what would be the impact on compliance?|
|The tech space continues to evolve at a rapid pace. The recent IBF/MAS study “The Impact of Wider Integration of Data Analytics and Automation on Manpower" is an example of the people focused future. So where are our businesses going and what does the future look like for the compliance professional? This question and more will be discussed.|
|There are still spaces available to participate in this panel session. For further details please email our Events Team in the UK firstname.lastname@example.org or call on +44 (0) 121 362 7506|
|11.00am - 11.15am||Networking break|
|11.15am - 11.45am||Keynote speaker: NG Nam Sin, Chief Executive Officer, The Institute of Banking and Finance.|
|11:45am - 12:45am||Panel Session: What are the key skills of the modern compliance professional?|
The modern compliance professional is no longer simply expected to have strong technical knowledge, but requires a broad range of complementary skills. In this panel session, we'll explore areas such as business acumen, communication skills and influencing ability (amongst others), building up a checklist of effective competencies for now and the future.
Derick Choo Jin Ming, Head of Training and Education (APAC), ICTA Ltd (moderator)
|12.45pm - 1.30pm||Close of conference with networking lunch|