The Fraud Forum
Evaluating Best Practices, Technologies and Processes in Preventing Fraud in Hong Kong Banks
Friday, April 10th, 2015, The Marco Polo, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
We are delighted to welcome you to The Fraud Forum 2015, The Dragon Banker’s flagship conference for anti-money laundry professionals, compliance practitioners, security specialists, risk leaders, and international experts to discuss the main issues and best practices in preventing and stopping fraud in Hong Kong’s financial services industry. This will become a yearly forum that captures the latest updates from the leading figures in compliance and risk across Hong Kong.
In the light of consumers going digital, and with bank’s increasingly focusing on protecting their data and finances, fraud continues to still be a main issues banks are facing across the globe. Today banks and corporates are spending significant resources and main power to combat money laundering, terrorist financing, protecting their clients data, and of course, cyber threats to bank’s databases and systems. Although banks are improving their processes to predict and mitigate fraud, there is still a long way to go.
A major issue that we are seeing in Greater China and Hong Kong is money laundering. Indeed, the increasing sophistication of money launderers and the increasing pressure from government regulators demands a more comprehensive response from banks to avoid negative exposure. Since many bank’s still have anti-money laundering programs that utilize manual processes, they face the risk of rendering it inefficient, inaccurate and, ultimately, ineffective.
The Fraud Forum does not only look into compliance with global and domestic regulations, but it also focuses on predicting and avoiding financial crimes on your bank. The international experts will discuss practical solutions, case studies, best practices and even give their own experiences at this forum. The Fraud Forum provides the opportunity for senior bankers in risk and compliance, international experts, and innovative technology firms to share their ideas and experiences. The Fraud Forum focuses on the following main themes:
· Money Laundering in a digital world; best practices and technologies
· Preventing Cybercrime and protecting clients data via innovative approaches
· Detecting, monitoring and assessing the risk of fraud
Who will attend?
Between 30-40 senior bankers, technology experts, and officials will be attending this forum. They will primarily come from the following areas of credit risk, operational risk, and compliance.
As this will be a serious working session, involving senior representatives from leading financial institutions, sponsorship and participation opportunities for partner organizations are limited to organizations that will have a serious contribution to make to the forum, and those that are prepared to use the forum to interact with senior decision makers.
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