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Accuity Breakfast Briefing – Singapore
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We would like to extend this exclusive invitation to the Accuity Breakfast Briefing, which will be held on 17th September 2019 Tuesday 08:45am at our office at Winsland House 1, Level 8, 3 Killiney Road, Singapore.
This session is to facilitate an open dialogue among the AML/Compliance community in Singapore to allow each participant to exchange ideas and challenges, with respective to current and future regulatory concerns. We will be discussing the industry perspectives on BIS (Bureau of Industry & Security) controlled goods and its impacts on export risks along with future of FCC Screening in the region.
|09:00 – 09:30||Coffee & Networking|
|09:30 – 09:40||Welcome note||Fulvio Felletti, Sales Manager, SEA, Accuity|
|9:40 – 10:10||Futureproofing your FCC Screening Frameworks||Saurabh Nagar, Regional Manager, Business Solutions Group, Accuity||View around the paradigm shift in identity matching and best practices for institutions to stay ‘regulator ready’|
|10:10 – 10:40||TBML: Key challenges shaping up and disrupting the market||Derick Choo – Head of Training, Education and Development, International Compliance Training Academy||Industry perspectives into the various risks associated in a trade transaction and the paradigm shift in TBML along with best practices for an effective AML / Compliance framework|
|10:40 – 11:15||Sanctions Compliance and Financial Crime Screening – Best Practices||Jon Yeo – Chief Compliance Officer, Maybank Singapore
BC Tan – Managing Consultant, Pyxis Strategic Advisors
Jing Yao – Head of Strategy and BD, OneConnect Financial Technology
S Suressh – Partner Eversheds Harry Elias LLP & Chair AML Committee, SG Law Society
Session moderated by: Fulvio Felletti, Sales Manager, SEA, Accuity
|Deep dive around the critical observations on the regulatory environment and practioners view on how institutions are coping up with the current AML/CFT monitoring challenges|
|11:15 – 11:30||Q&A and end of session|