[Webinar]: How to Mitigate Fraud and Money Laundering Risk under COVID-19
The spread of COVID-19 in Hong Kong has caused severe disruption to normal business operations. Without proper mitigating measures, this disruption opens up different avenues of risks for the financial sector.
Referencing recent fraud and ML/TF related cases, the speakers will share insights on the key considerations of implementing an effective crisis management plan.
Seminar participants will gain an understanding on fraud and ML/TF related incidents during the current COVID-19 situation and the corresponding mitigating measures to ease through the global challenge.
1. Recent fraud and ML/TF related cases during the COVID-19 situation
2. Mitigating measures to tackle changes in behaviour due to COVID-19 (external and internal)
3. Market updates/ regulatory guidance relating to COVID-19
Who should attend
1. Senior Management of Licensed Corporations
2. Responsible Officers (RO)
3. Manager-In-Charge (MIC) of AML/CFT
4. Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO)
5. AML/CFT compliance staff
6. Internal audit
Prior to joining big four consultancy firms, Mary served for over 5 years, as a Vice President in the Hong Kong office of leading global financial institution specialising in regional Anti-Money Laundering Compliance and later private banking compliance. She had been one of the core team members on the global and regional support regarding Politically Exposed Persons, and she was seconded to Global AML team in Switzerland on a short term basis. Throughout her career, Mary undertook global and regional projects and developed excellent exposure to a wide variety of jurisdictions including Hong Kong, China, Macau, Taiwan and Singapore. Her specific experience including, but not exclusively, large-scale remediation, AML systems assessments, AML governance framework design, as well as compliance training.
Please note: This webinar will be delivered via WebEx. To qualify for CPT/OPT hours, participants are required to attend the full webinar.
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