Navigating AML Compliance in Asia: Insights and Strategies for 2024 and Beyond

Thursday 11 July 2024

11am SGT/HKT | 1pm AEST

Duration: 1 hour


In 2023, global regulators issued over USD 6.6 billion in fines against financial institutions for AML-related violations.

In this webinar, we will reflect on the nature and scale of these penalties, drawing lessons for APAC on AML compliance challenges, focus areas for regulators, and key financial crime risks in the region.

We will also consider how APAC is preparing for the new round of mutual evaluations, incoming regulatory reforms in the region, and how financial institutions and their operational models may be impacted by these developments.

The panel will also discuss KYC trends, cost and human resource pressures, due diligence challenges, and technology initiatives aimed at driving improvements in detection and prevention.

Key Themes

AML enforcement trends and lessons for APAC

FATF mutual evaluations and incoming regulatory reforms

AML operational models and how these are evolving

Strategies and best practices for managing financial crime risk

Technology trends and initiatives for enhancing detection and prevention

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Manesh Samtani
News Editor
Regulation Asia

Cengiz Kiamil
Managing Director, APAC

Thomas Hill
Head of Financial Crimes Compliance - APAC
BNY Mellon

Jeremy Moller
Senior Advisor - Risk Advisory
Norton Rose Fulbright


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