7 May 2019
Training Focus: Regulatory/Compliance Training
IBF is delighted to have Shook Lin and Book co-host the IBF Master Class on “Understanding Financial Services Regulation in Singapore” Seeking to have an in-depth understanding of understanding financial services regulation in Singapore, as well as an appreciation of their context? Join us for an afternoon of to hear from Shook Lin & Bok on how you can work better with MAS.
1. Understanding the approach and stance of the Regulator 2. Understanding one’s own compliance position (including any gaps) 3. Engaging the Regulator in a way that takes into account both 1 and 2.
IBF-Member:- Complimentary (2 tickets)- Additional @ $80/personNon-Member: $160
IBF Event Secretariatevents@ibf.org.sg
7 May 2019
Presentation by "Understanding Financial Services Regulation in Singapore"
- Leo Mun Wai, Former Assistant Managing Director, MAS
- Diane Leong, Former Director (Banking Supervision), MAS
· MAS Monographs and their Purposes
· Key Principles and their Implications
· Working better with MAS
· Concluding Thoughts
· Leo Mun Wai, Former Assistant Managing Director, MAS
· Diane Leong, Former Director (Banking Supervision), MAS
· Eric Chan, Partner, Shook Lin & Bok
Diane Leong used to be a senior supervisor at the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), having taken early retirement in July 2015 to spend more time with her family. She has over 30 years of experience in supervising banking institutions, and the last role which she held in MAS was as a Director and Head of Division III in Banking Department 2. Throughout her tenure, she had responsibility for supervising a wide variety of banks originating from various countries, including several presently designated under global systemically important financial institutions. She has experience in both onsite and as well as offsite supervision efforts. As Head of Division III, she oversaw a team of up to 20 officers at any one time. As an senior staff member, she also actively participated in cross-departmental projects within MAS, including projects to develop new supervisory policies and frameworks, or to update MAS crisis management strategies. After her retirement from MAS, Diane remained as an adjunct trainer with MAS and provides ad hoc specialist training to junior MAS staff regularly.
Leo Mun Wai