4 April 20192pm - 4pmIBF, #13-07/08 MAS Building
Co-hosted with ACAMS Singapore Chapter, we are delighted to have Malkit G Singh, Director & Specialist Leader, Banking Department II, Monetary Authority of Singapore share her perspectives on AML and terrorism financing. Malkit will share on what to expect on supervisory focus, and the need for continued enhancement of processes, controls, risk reporting to management, and knowledge. The session will be moderated by Hue Dang, Head of Asia, at Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) and joining them will be Chiew Tuan York, Compliance Director, Credit Suisse, as well as Fairlen Ooi, Head, Group AML/CFT of OCBC.
Compliance and Risk practitioners and front-office financial practitioners who are keen to hear on AML.
CPD breakdown:- Financial Industry Development (0.5h)- Functional Competencies (0.5h)- Regulatory / Compliance Training (1h)
IBF Event Secretariatevents@ibf.org.sg
4 April 2019
Chiew Tuan YorkCompliance Director Credit Suisse AG
Tuan York commenced his career as a Compliance Officer in 1996 and has taken leadership roles in defining and implementing relevant compliance frameworks across major business lines. His most recent appointment was the Head of S.E. Asia Compliance at Credit Suisse where he was responsible for fostering robust regulatory relationships and for driving key Governance/ Risk/ Compliance initiatives in the region. The role has also required him to oversee the provision of core compliance coverage including matters relating to market abuse and financial crime compliance. In 2017, Tuan York co-initiated a Compliance elective course at the Nanyang Business School and served as a part time lecturer for the course in the past two years.
Hue Dang, CAMS-Audit
Head of AsiaACAMS
Dang is the Head of Asia of ACAMS, having established its regional head office in Hong Kong in 2008. She is an advanced certified AML Audit specialist, who is a frequent speaker at conferences in Asia and globally. Dang has more than 25 years’ experience in banking and finance. Prior to ACAMS, she was a Bank Examiner at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Manager with Barclays Capital’s Investment Banking Division in Singapore, Director for Business Development at Citibank’s Global Consumer Banking Group in Singapore and Director of Business Development, Asia/Pacific, for Thomson Financial in Hong Kong. Dang holds educational degrees from the US, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree with honors from Amherst College and a Master in Public Policy from Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Fairlen OoiGroup Head of AML/CFTOCBC Bank
Fairlen is currently the Group Head of AML/CFT for OCBC Bank with oversight responsibilities for the OCBC Group, comprising OCBC Banking Subsidiaries, OCBC Non-Banking Subsidiaries and all OCBC overseas branches. The OCBC Group has entities operating in 17 countries. In addition to managing the Head Office AML/CFT and Sanctions teams, she also has oversight responsibilities on the OCBC Singapore's Business Division Compliance Officers, including the AML Compliance Officers from the respective OCBC Banking Subsidiaries, Non-Banking Subsidiaries and Overseas Branches.In her functional group role, Fairlen sets the strategic direction to ensure the OCBC Group maintains a robust AML/CFT & Sanctions framework that meets regulatory requirements and expectations. She is also responsible for ensuring the Group AML/CFT framework and programs are consistently rolled out to all the OCBC entities. At OCBC, she has introduced the deployment of data mining and data analytics capabilities to further strengthen the Group's AML/CFT & Sanctions Framework. The new capability has resulted in positive outcome that contributed to additional filing of suspicious transaction activities.
Prior to joining OCBC, Fairlen held a similar functional role as Group Head of AML/CFT in UOB for approximately 11 years. She had oversight responsibilities of all UOB entities including the Banking Subsidiaries, Non-Banking Subsidiaries and overseas branches. She has been instrumental in establishing a comprehensive AML/CFT & Sanctions Framework in the Banks she had worked for as she continuously built robustness into the framework to keep up with the evolving AML/CFT & Sanctions regulatory requirements, expectations and landscape. In addition to fulfilling her functional specialist role in the banks she worked in, she is also instrumental in assisting the industry Compliance professionals continuously upkeep their AML/CFT competency and knowledge by participating in the development of training topics for both the ABS and the ACAMS Singapore Chapter. In addition, Fairlen has been an active participant in the Wolfsberg Forum where senior AML/CFT specialists from the financial industry worldwide congregate to discuss emerging money laundering, terrorist financing or sanctions threats and risks as well as enhanced programs to combat money laundering and terrorist financing threats.