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Tuesday

Without risk, as the saying goes, there is no reward. But how much risk is too much? And more importantly, is it possible to safely manage the risk of higher-risk clients — a possibly lucrative client pool — if appropriate controls are in place? This session will look at how institutions, including community-based organizations, might approach this market niche while safeguarding their institution and meeting regulatory expectations.

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Tuesday

Presented By Duality Technologies


A typical financial institution sees less than 25% of their own customers’ activity, which explains the acute need for financial institutions to join forces in order to effectively fight financial crime. Coupled with conflicting regulations across jurisdictions and focus areas, and the need to protect sensitive customer data, financial institutions are unable to effectively combat money laundering while also incurring high costs in their financial crime and compliance operations. Join us as we discuss how new privacy technologies can transform the ability of financial institutions to collaborate on money laundering detection and investigations across business lines, borders, and institutions while elevating the effectiveness and efficiency of the whole financial services ecosystem. 


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Tuesday

FinTech is at the forefront of innovation in financial services, and at a time when much of the world is sheltered in place, FinTech organizations can be a lifeline for those working and conducting business remotely. But FinTech’s potential is paired with parallel perils in terms of potential criminal activity. Issues such as verifying digital identities, limited personal interaction with clients or, in some cases, opaque regulatory requirements, are increasingly relevant as FinTech ascends in importance in the financial services universe. Join this panel of experts as they discuss rich opportunities – and noteworthy risks – of FinTech in the ongoing disruption of how banking services are provided, and AML is managed.

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Tuesday

Everyone knows who El Chapo is, but lesser known is his bloodthirsty rival El Mencho, the leader of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, which is proving even more ruthless than El Chapo’s villainous Sinaloa operation. This session will examine Project Python, a joint DEA-DOJ operation that, in March, resulted in 600 arrests and 350 indictments and significant seizures of money and drugs. But with El Mencho still at large, government agencies say the fight continues against this remorseless criminal enterprise. Led by law enforcement professionals, attendees will receive a behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of the Jalisco organization, which is indeed part of a new generation of criminal cartel enterprises.

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Tuesday

As the 5+ billion people and their businesses limp back to normalcy in July or August of 2020, the big question on everyone’s mind is; Where will we make money? Learn about the latest research and data on how the financial services industry is gearing up to come out of this slippery-slope, and how technology may just be the silver bullet that helps them gain speed and scale during the recovery.

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Tuesday

Syria is one of the most challenging operational environments in the world for the delivery of humanitarian assistance and provision of services. Access to clean water, food and basic services is a struggle. Notwithstanding the immense political, safety and security considerations, a concerted programme of international humanitarian assistance prevails. How to structure these humanitarian activities and the processing of related funds without violating sanctions and related regulations is a major dilemma. Drawing upon recently issued risk-management guidelines the session will explore how banks, humanitarian organisations, donors and sanctions authorities can collaborate to deliver much needed aid. While primarily focused on Syria, the session will offer transferable tips to other high-risk jurisdictions where sanctions, conflict and terrorist financing concerns are prevalent.

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Tuesday

This session features regulators from across Asia Pacific region comparing perspectives about financial crime trends and the subsequent responses. The session will also discuss recent FATF mutual evaluations and the drive to improve effectiveness with new measures, including the adoption of technology. How COVID-19 has impacted supervisory efforts will also be explored.

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Tuesday

Even in these turbulent times, bad actors have not stopped committing bad acts, and continue to innovate in order to launder their criminal proceeds. Regulators, law enforcement and compliance professionals are constantly playing a game of chess to prevent criminals from taking advantage of legitimate financial systems to profit from their ill-gotten gains. In this session, we speak to senior compliance professionals covering the latest developments in e-KYC, digital/virtual banking, effective transaction monitoring systems in a virtual world, and how a good enterprise-wide risk assessment can be key to mitigating these and future risks.

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Tuesday

Trade-related sanctions have risen in prominence. Our panelists will review the latest sanctions involving North Korea, Iran, and Russia to communicate the new regulatory requirements that may be necessary for front-liners. The session aims to highlight the tools such as text and web analytics to attain operational efficiencies, standardize TBML oversight across the enterprise and mitigate manual review error risks.

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Tuesday

*This session is presented in Mandarin

The current President of the FATF, LIU Xiangmin, has made environmental crimes a priority. This discussion shines a light on environmental crimes across Asia Pacific and globally. The speakers examine the methods used to launder illicit proceeds generated from these areas. The session highlights how KYC, CDD and EDD identify high-risk customers, and can be used in exposing crimes related to wildlife trafficking, unlawful logging, or illegal fishing.

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