[Webinar] Redefining the Future of Finance: How Blockchain Empowers AML Compliance for Traditional Finance?



The digital finance sector is rapidly expanding, drawing focus from both the public and regulatory bodies. With the growing acceptance of digital assets, it's crucial for businesses to stay informed and adapt at managing the new dynamics of this industry.

Transitioning to the Web3 space presents challenges, particularly in reconciling established KYC practices with emerging on-chain AML and CFT requirements.

This webinar will explore how to address these challenges, ensuring that businesses and compliance professionals can maintain compliance and protect their operations. Participants will gain a deep understanding of how blockchain-based AML/CFT tools can be integrated within the existing financial framework to enhance security and protect the interests of all parties involved.


1. Three major regulatory advancement in Web3 in 2024
2. Web3 vs. Traditional Finance – navigating the challenges ahead
3. From KYC to KYT, KYA – the theory behind
4. Key functionality of blockchain based AML/CFT tools
5. Case studies – real-world applications

Who should attend

This webinar targets senior management, such as COOs, CTOs, MIC, RO, MLRO, Director of LC and VATP, heads of legal and compliance of Web3, fintech or traditional financial institutions, who have a basic understanding of blockchain.

Speaker/Course Instructor

Mr Joe Zhou, a seasoned practitioner with a 20-year career spanning investment banking, asset management, regulator, and market operator, and most recently in Virtual Asset Service Providers (VASP), will lead the training. Mr. Zhou’s unique expertise, experiences, and networks with financial institutions, government authorities, regulators, and law enforcement agencies make him an ideal speaker for this session.

His latest career endeavour combines all his skillsets to promote RegTech solutions including risk assessment, transaction monitoring and fund tracing investigation tools, to empower businesses, law enforcement authorities, and regulators for a transparent blockchain experience.


Date & Time
Friday, 22 Mar 2024 (12:20PM - 1:20PM)
Virtual Platform
Relevant Subject
Type 1 - Dealing in securities
Type 9 - Asset management
Regulatory Compliance
SFC:1.00, PWMA:1.00