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Webinar: Raising the bar of FCC & staying regulator-ready during a pandemic

July 22, 2020
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM +08

Join APCB and Accuity on July 22nd to explore the financial crime compliance landscape in Asia with an emphasis on understanding the correspondent banking trends and challenges, especially in the backdrop of COVID19.

This complimentary webinar will bring together organisations from across the Philippines to hear from specialists in Accuity, who will be on hand to discuss this topic followed by an opportunity for a Q&A session.

What will you learn?

  • Trends and Risks in correspondent relations & AML/CFT best practices
  • The importance of implementing requirements and who needs to do this
  • Best practice framework for managing your correspondents
  • Deep-dive into Accuity’s offering for FCKYC – Due Diligence Repository (DDR), Ultimate Beneficial Ownership (UBO), State Owned Enterprises (SOE), Regulatory View

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Agenda
Opening Remarks: Dada Cua, President, APCB
Senior Vice President and Head of Financial Institutions Division at Philippine National Bank
Introduction and Agenda: Alex Wadoux, Country Manager, Philippines, Accuity
Session 1 : Avoiding De-risking & Sanctions Risks, Jane Lee – Senior Consultant, Business Solutions Group, APAC, Accuity (Duration : 30 min)

  • Importance of Correspondent relationship
  • Why Correspondents are consider high risk customers?
  • Trends of Correspondent Relationship
  • Best practices of managing your Correspondents
  • How to be prepared for post Covid19?
Session 2 : Demo : Accuity’s Bankers Almanac Solution, Alex Wadoux, Country Manager, Philippines, Accuity (Duration : 20 min)

  • Deep-dive into Accuity’s offering for FCKYC – Due Diligence Repository (DDR), Ultimate Beneficial Ownership (UBO), State Owned Enterprises (SOE), Regulatory View
Closing Remarks: Mae Villanueva, Vice President for Internal Affairs, APCB
First Vice President and Head of Financial Institutions Unit at Security Bank Corporation
Q&A – Jane & Alex (Duration : 20min)

Elisa “Dada” M. CuaDada Cua
President, APCB
Senior Vice President
Head, Financial Institutions Division
Philippine National Bank
 
 
 
 
 
Mae Villanueva
Vice President for Internal Affairs, APCB
First Vice President
Head, Financial Institutions Unit
Security Bank Corporation
 
 
 
 
 
Jane Lee
Senior Consultant, Business Solutions Group, APAC, Accuity

Jane has around 5 years of Solution Consulting experience in the KYC, Payments, Risk and Compliance domain. As part of the Business Solutions Group based in Singapore, she is responsible for helping corporate, financial institutions and non-bank financial institutions across APAC manage their Money Laundering & Sanctions risks. Jane holds a Bachelors in Science (Information Systems) from Singapore Management University.
 
 
Alex Wadoux
Country Manager, Philippines, Accuity

Alex Wadoux is the country manager for the Philippines as well as working with NBFIs in Singapore. He represents the Accuity business, focusing on the risk and compliance portfolio in these markets. Alex is working extensively with Banks, regulated Funds, FinTech & Remittance Companies in these markets. He has been with Accuity for over a year and was previously working with the AdTech industry. Alex is a big supporter of building communities and connecting people together to make AML/KYC requirements less strenuous.
 

The Association of Philippine Correspondent Bank Officers (APCB) is an organization composed of Financial Institutions (FI) Unit representatives from eighteen (18) local commercial banks. The APCB’s main purpose is to unify the Philippine banking institutions in promoting professional management of FI relationships in consideration of each other’s individual strategy, risk appetite, and competitive position in the market.

Through the years, Correspondent Banking has transcended from mere account opening with a foreign bank to being the focal point on the different facets of the banking business, such as but not limited to Treasury, Trade, Remittance, Credit and Compliance.

Today, composed mainly of senior bankers with expertise and knowledge of local and global financial markets, Financial Institutions Units provide both depth and breadth in understanding the needs and delivering integrated and customized banking solutions to their own respective institutions as well as partner banks.

Elisa “Dada” M. CuaElisa “Dada” M. Cua
President, APCB
Senior Vice President
Head, Financial Institutions Division
Philippine National Bank
 
 
 
 
RomeoRomeo “Rombit” R.M. Co, Jr.
Vice President for External Affairs, APCB
Senior Vice President
Head, Financial Institutions
BDO Unibank, Inc.
 
 
 
 
Mae S. Villanueva
Vice President for Internal Affairs, APCB
First Vice President
Head, Financial Institutions Unit
Security Bank Corporation
 
 
 
 
Susana “Sue” L. Rubiano
Treasurer, APCB
Assistant Vice President
Sr. Relationship Manager – US, Canada, Americas and the Philippines
Financial Institutions Division – Corporate Banking Group
Metropolitan Bank & Trust Co.
 
 
 
Ma. Cristina “Christie” C. Hernandez
Secretariat, APCB
Vice President
Head, Financial Institutions Department
Business Management Division, Financial Markets Segment
China Banking Corporation