The amended guidelines represent a firm step towards further strengthening the defences of Singapore’s financial ecosystem, placing the industry in good stead for the post-Covid economic recovery.
Artificial intelligence can bring a generational change to the RegTech industry as it strengthens and enhances regulatory and supervisory capabilities, says HKEX’s Lukas Petrikas.
SGX RegCo chief Boon Gin Tan says sustainability is now a new fiduciary responsibility, and expectations in this area have never been higher.
DTCC’s David LaFalce highlights the need for firms to remove manual processes, re-evaluate their interconnectedness, and seek out opportunities for industry collaboration.
While the SFC's new FAQs on the use of cloud storage make compliance more manageable, licensed corporations still need to weigh their options, says Derek McGibney at Cognitive GRC.
R3’s Henry Roxas describes the complexities of trade-based money laundering in Asia and the importance of collaboration to tackle the problem once and for all.
Freeland’s Steve Galster discusses new initiatives to stop illegal wildlife traffickers by hitting them where it hurts the most – in their bank accounts – and how financial institutions can help.
Elliptic’s David Carlisle and Onchain Custodian’s El Lee discuss opportunities for the banking and cryptoasset industries to learn from one another in the fight against financial crime.
Norton Rose Fulbright’s Jeremy Moller highlights the advantages of regulating legal, accounting and real estate services under Australia’s AML laws, sooner rather than later.
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