Driving Financial Integrity, Agility & Resilience in Digital Economy
As financial crimes get increasingly complex and sophisticated, it is critical for financial institutions in Asia to join forces and exchange best practices – from reviewing emerging threat areas, ensuring compliance with stricter regulatory requirements to identifying breakthrough technologies – in order to win in the war against financial crimes..
Part of the 2019 Financial Governance, Risk & Compliance Week, the 6th Annual AML Financial Crime Asia Summit will gather Asia’s leading financial crime experts for in-depth discussions spanning managing sanctions and correspondent banking risks, driving effective public-private partnerships, fraud prevention in a digital economy and more!
Managing Director and Head of Financial Crime Compliance
Head of Compliance ASEAN Region
CIMB-Principal Asset Management Berhad
Regional Head of Risk & Controls, Asia Pacific, Anti-Financial Crime
Regional Head, Financial Crime Assurance - Asia Pacific
Regional Head of Financial Crime Risk IT – Asia Pacific
Regional Head of AML Investigations, Coverage Strategy & Financial Intelligence Unit – Global Financial Crimes Compliance
JP Morgan Chase Bank
Key Topics To Be Addressed in 2019 Include:
Financial Crime Investigations & Emerging Threats
Advanced Financial Crime Mitigation
AML Monitoring & Surveillance
Decoding Risks in a Digital Economy
Cyber Crime Prevention
Why Attend AML & Finance Crime Asia Summit?
Gain actionable strategies from regulators, central banks, enforcement authorities, FIUs and technology providers on managing financial crime threats in Asia
Find out how you can leverage on cutting-edge technologies such as AI, analytics, intelligent automation and more in financial crime monitoring, detection and prevention
Deep-dive into threat areas such as AML, correspondent banking, terrorist financing, digital payments, cyber risks and more!
Uncover insights from threat intelligence exchanges and the latest financial crimes investigation findings
Explore how financial institutions can strengthen compliance through joint KYC efforts and effective public-private-partnerships
What Others Have to Say
"A great mix of public and private sector Anti-Financial Crime experts.”
“This was a well organized conference with relevant topics of discussion. The panel discussions and roundtable breakout sessions were particular useful to gain insights into the practical applications on a Compliance program.”