Agenda

Day 1

Financial Crime 360 - Agenda
Thursday 13th November 2014
08:00 – 09:00 Registration
09:00 – 10:00 Welcome note:
Emmanuel Daniel, Chairman, The Asian Banker

Keynote Address:
Igor Angelini, Head of Financial Intelligence, Europol

with comments from Nizam Ismail, Partner, Corporate and Capital Markets/Banking and Finance Practices, RHTLaw Taylor Wessing LLP
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee/Tea Break
10:30 – 11:30 The best course of regulatory compliance for governments, financial institutions and public/private corporations
  • Compliance, management and regulators - new and continuing challenges
  • What do regulators expect from your organization’s compliance and risk assessment practises?
  • Which measures companies and financial institutions have to take in order to comply with increasingly strict laws?
  • Fostering partnerships with law enforcement units to mitigate risks of financial crimes
  • Is the pace of regulatory change increasing, and are institutions becoming overloaded?
  • Building a compliance framework for complex trade and economic sanctions regimes

Speakers/Panellists include:
S.V. Padmanabhan (Venkat), SVP, Global Head Finance-Products, Head of Corporate Planning, Olam
Jaap van der Molen, Head, Financial Crime Compliance Retail, Standard Chartered
Sherie Ng, Managing Director, NICE Actimize

Session chaired by Foo Boon Ping, Managing Editor, The Asian Banker
11:30 – 12:30 Building a corporate culture as a first line of defence against financial crime
  • Identifying potential threats to your corporate culture
  • How should an institution protect against insider collaboration in criminal schemes?
  • Following regulator’s guidance to maintain a robust security culture
  • Failure to recognise the importance of international financial regulations and the need to apply them properly

Speakers/Panellists include:
Andrew Chow, Co-Chair, Singapore Chapter, ACAMS
Steve Tunstall, General Secretary, Pan Asia Risk and Insurance Management Association
Dione Schick, Asia Program Director, Compliance & Financial Crime, International Compliance Association

Session chaired by Mobasher Zein Kazmi, Editor, The Asian Banker
12:30 – 13:30 Luncheon
13:30 – 14:30 Anti-bribery and corruption – Maintaining the highest integrity in an Asian setting
  • Meeting the challenge of increased enforcement of international and domestic ABC laws
  • Ensuring the effectiveness and relevance of your ABC programmes
  • How to proceed with customers that violate your organizations policies?
  • Checking your organization for vulnerabilities that can result in consent orders or penalties
  • Tradition, culture and politics as factors in bribery

Speakers/Panellists include:
Mohit Tandon, Director & Head - Risk Management & Financial Crime, Eastspring Investments, Singapore
Jaap van der Molen, Head, Financial Crime Compliance Retail, Standard Chartered
Gerallt Owen, Head of International Regulatory and Corporate Crime, Withers
Suvendu Ganguli, COO, TEMASWISS

Session chaired by Foo Boon Ping, Managing Editor, The Asian Banker
14:30-15:00 Coffee/Tea Break
15:00-16:00 Use of payment systems in fraud, ML, terrorist financing and other financial crimes
  • Effective policies to prevent digital and mobile payment abuse
  • Detecting transaction patters of illicit financial activities and payment fraud
  • Optimizing transaction surveillance
  • Alternative remittance systems utilizing e-wallets
  • How should an MSB that operates in several countries protect its operations against the movement of financial crime proceeds through its facilities?
  • Identifying money laundering risks associated with advanced payment technologies and payment globalization practices

Speakers/Panellists include:
Leo A. Bungubung Jr., Director, Global Investigations (Global Security) - APAC, Western Union Company
Andrew Koh, Deputy Chief Manager, Risk Control, China Construction Bank

Session chaired by Martin Buchholz , Experienced Technology & Payments Consultant,Financial Services Industry, APAC
16:00-17:00

Why is regulation important for Bitcoin?

  • The difference between virtual, digital, and crypto-currencies
  • Tackling the challenges of customer anonymity
  • Understanding triggers that can indicate the abuse of virtual currency for illegal purposes
  • How can institutions mitigate risks of virtual currencies?
  • What lessons can be learned from the digital currency case of Liberty Reserve?
  • How do digital currency transactions involve and affect AML controls

Speakers/Panellists include:
Bobby Lee, CEO, BTC China and Member, Board of Directors, Bitcoin Foundation
Erik Wilgenhof Plante, Chief Compliance Officer, itBit Pte Ltd

Session chaired by Martin Buchholz , Experienced Technology & Payments Consultant,Financial Services Industry, APAC
17:00 End of Day 1

Day 2

Financial Crime 360 - Agenda
Friday 14th November 2014
08:00 – 09:00 Registration
09:00 – 10:00 The prevention of cybercrime and data protection– Between precaution and business as usual
  • How seriously are organizations in Asia taking their data protection responsibilities?
  • Security versus privacy
  • Can there be a security policy that reconciles both security and the human right for privacy?
  • Security versus customer experience
  • What are the vulnerabilities to computer intrusion and identity theft for your organisation and your account holders?

Speakers/Panellists include:
Igor Angelini, Head of Financial Intelligence, Europol
Daniel Thelesklaf, Director at Financial Intelligence Unit, Liechtenstein
Leonard Ong, Honorary Chairman ASIS International Singapore, Advocacy Committee Member, ISACA

Session chaired by Robin Lee, CEO, The Governance Risk AML Compliance Ethics Foundation (G.R.A.C.E.)
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee/Tea Break
10:30 – 11:30 Money laundering in a multi-channel world – Meeting the KYC challenge
  • How new laws, technologies and risks are changing the AML landscape?
  • Strengthening KYC measures to comply with global regulations
  • Increase in trade-based money laundering (TBML)
  • Identify, manage, and mitigate customer-related risks
  • Increase efficiency and effectiveness of AML programs
  • Customer on-boarding and ongoing due diligence

Speakers/Panellists include:
Daniel Thelesklaf, Director at Financial Intelligence Unit, Liechtenstein
Oonagh Mckinley-Hutchinson, Head of Compliance and Operational Risk, Cazenove Capital Management
Dione Schick, Asia Program Director, Compliance & Financial Crime, International Compliance Association

Session chaired by Colin Savage, Head of Research, The Asian Banker
11:30 – 12:30 Using advanced analytics to improve compliance, due diligence and performance
  • Today’s best practices in data security
  • How does data analytics support compliance, investigations and regulation?
  • Incorporating intelligence and analytics to create an enterprise-wide view of risk and discover suspicious activity
  • Cooperation with law enforcement units in order to find patterns of criminal activity in your data set

Speakers/Panellists include:
Michael Delf, Asia Fraud Director, Citi
Chad Olsen, Head of Fraud & Information Security, Asia Pacific, Société Générale
Christopher Church, Digital Forensic Officer, INTERPOL, Singapore

Session chaired by Eric Tachibana, former COO, APAC Chief Technology Office, UBS
12:30 – 13:30 Luncheon
13:30 – 14:30 Combatting crime through open source intelligence and social media
  • Exploiting open source intelligence and social media for better compliance, investigations and due diligence
  • How to find and manage this digital evidence?
  • Identity theft, impersonation and fraud
  • New technologies open up new ways to commit financial crimes

Speakers/Panellists include:
Christopher Church, Digital Forensic Officer, INTERPOL, Singapore
Erik Wilgenhof Plante, Chief Compliance Officer, itBit Pte Ltd
Keith Carter, Visiting Senior Fellow of Decision Sciences, NUS Business School, Singapore
Greg Russell, Head of Trusteer, Asia, Middle East & Africa, IBM Security Systems

Session chaired by Eric Tachibana, former COO, APAC Chief Technology Office, UBS
14:30-15:00 Coffee/Tea Break
15:00-16:00 Identifying the suspicion in financial crime

An on-stage conversation with Nigel Morris-Cotterill, Head, The Anti-Money Laundering Network and published author of the book: “How does that make you feel? Identifying suspicion in money laundering and terror financing.”

Session chaired by Foo Boon Ping, Managing Editor, The Asian Banker
16:00 End of Conference


For more information please contact Muhammad Usama
Manager Forums, musama@theasianbanker.com, +86 10 5869 1463 or
Gerlinde Gerber, Program Manager, ggerber@theasianbanker.com+86 10 5869 4246

 



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