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Day 2 - 22 February Wednesday

08:20 AM Registration & Morning Refreshments

09:00 AM Opening Remarks from the Chairperson

  • Assessing the implementation and progress of blockchain in financial services
  • Risks versus benefits: What are the opportunities and challenges on 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, Financial Crime Assurance Asia Pacific
Barclays
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Alan Seow

Former Head of Cyber Security
Ministry of Communications and Information Singapore
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Rhys Bollen

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

10:00 AM Keynote Panel Discussion: Implementing an Effective Customer Due Diligence Program to Combat Financial Crime, Corruption & Non-Compliance

Jayne Leong, Head of Compliance, Singapore, ICBC Standard Bank Praveen Jain, Head of Financial Crime Compliance Innovation & Strategy, Standard Chartered Bank Seok Keng Lim, Head of Compliance, Aviva Financial Advisors
  • 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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Jayne Leong

Head of Compliance, Singapore
ICBC Standard Bank
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Praveen Jain

Head of Financial Crime Compliance Innovation & Strategy
Standard Chartered Bank
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Seok Keng Lim

Head of Compliance
Aviva Financial Advisors

10:45 AM Networking Break

COMPLIANCE TECHNOLOGY & ANALYTICS

11:15 AM Case Study: How Standard Chartered Bank Harnesses Data, Analytics & Technology as Compliance Enablers

Jonathan Scott-Lee, Head of Data, Technology, Operations, & Outsourcing Compliance, Standard Chartered Bank
  • Understanding the regulatory interplay among data, technology, operations, & outsourcing
  • How can your organisation create a competitive edge through key initiatives in data, technology, operations and outsourcing compliance
  • Enabling close partnerships among compliance, IT and the overall business to create value

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Jonathan Scott-Lee

Head of Data, Technology, Operations, & Outsourcing Compliance
Standard Chartered Bank

11:45 AM Transcending the Challenges Associated with Compliance Technology to Enhance Operational Efficiency

  • Trends, challenges and traction in implementing compliance technology and automation
  • Cost-benefit analysis: How much and what should you invest in for managing regulatory change and boosting process efficiency?
  • Upskilling your workforce and adopting an enterprise-wide interoperable structure for seamless technology integration

12:15 PM Networking Lunch

COMPLIANCE LEADERS INTERACTIVE ROUNDTABLES

1:25 PM During this part of the summit, delegates will get the opportunity to participate in one topic of their choice. Discussion groups are deliberately kept small to ensure that all delegates get the opportunity to ask their most pressing questions, thereby guaranteeing an interactive and perfectly tailored experience.

1:30 PM Roundtable 1: Formulating a Comprehensive Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) Framework

Sian Brown, Head of Chief Controls Office, Asia Pacific, Barclays

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Sian Brown

Head of Chief Controls Office, Asia Pacific
Barclays

1:30 PM Roundtable 2: Setting up an Environment for WhistleBlowers to Combat Bribery and Corruption

Rob Williams, Head of Policy Central Compliance, Standard Chartered Bank

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Rob Williams

Head of Policy Central Compliance
Standard Chartered Bank

1:30 PM Roundtable 3: Upholding Personal Data Compliance with Third Party Agents

Boon Hoo Thee, Vice President, Head of Group IT Risk & Compliance, Great Eastern Life

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Boon Hoo Thee

Vice President, Head of Group IT Risk & Compliance
Great Eastern Life

1:30 PM Roundtable 4: Enhancing Sanction Screening Programmes in Cross-Border Transactions

Kristen Hecht, Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific Sanctions, HSBC

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Kristen Hecht

Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific Sanctions
HSBC
  • Weighing the risk and benefits of MAS legalising cloud computing in the new Outsourcing guidelines
  • Comprehending cloud-specific compliance risks amongst public, private and hybrid clouds
  • Cloud data jurisdiction: Who owns what?
  • Choosing the right cloud mix in cross-border data transfer to address cyber security risks while ensuring data compliance

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Jonathan Scott-Lee

Head of Data, Technology, Operations, & Outsourcing Compliance
Standard Chartered Bank
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Martin Leo

Executive Director, Risk Management
Morgan Stanley
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Boon Hoo Thee

Vice President, Head of Group IT Risk & Compliance
Great Eastern Life
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Raj Kandasamy

Senior Vice President, Technology Risk Management
BNY Mellon

3:15 PM Building a Robust Digital Payments Compliance Model

Andrew Koh, Head of Risk Management, China Construction Bank, Singapore
  • Evaluating the compliance and risk issues associated with using digital and mobile transaction platforms
  • Setting policies and controls in place to enhance data protection of end-users in digital transactions
  • Scaling your technological infrastructure to ensure compliance with the personal data protection act (PDPA)

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Andrew Koh

Head of Risk Management
China Construction Bank, Singapore

3:45 PM Networking Break

ETHICS, CULTURE & CONDUCT

4:15 PM Case Study: Establishing the Building Blocks of Compliance Culture in Your Organisation

Sian Brown, Head of Chief Controls Office, Asia Pacific, Barclays
  • Upholding ethics and conduct across all levels and seniority in a global organisation
  • Whistle blowing: How to encourage reporting within the organisation to combat ‘bad actors’?
  • Streamlining standards for rewards and consequences relating to code of conduct

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Sian Brown

Head of Chief Controls Office, Asia Pacific
Barclays
  • Formulating internal guidelines, code of conduct and compliance trainings for front office
  • Implementing key initiatives to ensure compliance of front office to sell in the best interest of clients and to prevent product mis-selling
  • How can the senior management drive the importance of fair business practices and front office conduct through top-down approach?

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Rob Williams

Head of Policy Central Compliance
Standard Chartered Bank
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Duncan Jones

Head of Compliance, Singapore & Local Markets
ANZ
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Vic Tham

Chief Operating Officer, Transaction Banking, Asia
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
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Atul Desai

Head of Financial Institutions, Asia, Capital Resolution
Royal Bank of Scotland

5:30 PM Closing Remarks from Chairperson & End of Conference Day Two