31 January 2019
Kickstart the year in conversation with Chua Kim Leng, Consultant and ex-MAS regulator, and industry veterans, Lam Chee Kin, Managing Director and Head, Group Legal, Compliance and Secretariat, DBS Bank; and Lee Kiat Seng, Head of Compliance, Lazada Group.
Kim Leng, Chee Kin and Kiat Seng will share their perspectives on how compliance and risk has evolved as a function, and what we should be expecting next. What are the risks that we might miss or not manage well? What new skills are most needed to manage future trends?
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Chua Kim Leng
Lam Chee KinManaging Director and HeadGroup Legal, Compliance and SecretariatDBS Bank
Chee Kin is accountable for the team which manages the legal and regulatory risk of DBS across legal entities, segments and geographies. Prior to joining, he held various legal and compliance portfolios in Standard Chartered Bank, JPMorgan, Rajah & Tann and Allen & Gledhill, including a stint as Chief Operating Officer, South East Asia for JPMorgan.Chee Kin currently serves on the Advisory Board to the Singapore Management University School of Law, the Advisory Panel to the NUS Centre for Banking and Finance Law, and the Data Protection Advisory Committee of Singapore. In 2015, Chee Kin was recognised as a Distinguished Fellow by the Institute of Banking and Finance in the field of compliance.
Lee Kiat SengHead of ComplianceLazada Group
Kiat Seng is currently the Head of Compliance for the Lazada Group. He is based in the Group headquarters in Singapore. He and his team cover Lazada’s operations, on both the platform and the logistics side. in 7 countries. Prior to this role, he was most recently the Senior Compliance Officer, Asia, in Fujitsu. Based in the Asia Region Office in Singapore, having charge of Fujitsu's operations in Asia, including China. Kiat Seng had also previously fulfilled the roles of Interim Risk & Compliance Counsel, Asia, for DTZ and Regional Counsel, Legal & Compliance, Asia Pacific & Middle East for DaVita. In all of these roles, Kiat Seng had charge of the compliance program and regulatory affairs of the company in question. Before Kiat Seng took up the in-house roles above, he was a partner of Baker & McKenzie, based in Singapore. He was a member of the Firm's Asia Pacific Restructuring & Insolvency Steering Committee, the Asia Pacific Compliance Task Force as well as the Asia Pacific Dispute Resolution Steering Committee. He was heavily involved in the dispute resolution, compliance, insurance/reinsurance and restructuring & insolvency practices at both the Singapore office as well as across the Asia Pacific region. Kiat Seng has advised and represented clients in Singapore, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, South Korea, USA, UK, Italy, Japan, the Peoples' Republic of China, the Republic of China, Laos, India, Germany, Vietnam and other countries in the region. Kiat Seng was a professor at the Law School at the National University of Singapore for just over 25 years: first as a full time academic and then as an adjunct associate professor. He is extensively published in both criminal law and insurance/reinsurance law.