With 60 senior executives from leading banks, enforcement agencies, virtual currency exchanges and payment platforms confirming their participation, the event will create a multi-stakeholder dialogue in addressing the money laundering and CFT challenges in the region.
"We realised the need for a regional platform to discuss the challenges brought by a phenomenal economic integration with the rest of the region and the differences in the regulatory compliance. This event will be highly representative of the BFSI involving banking associations and technology providers along with other stakeholders," said Ms.
The event will be the only one to feature round table discussions with the policy makers, wherein the audience can interact with FIUs and enforcement agencies to understand the forthcoming AML/CFT policies, she further mentioned.
According to Hwong Meng Jet, Senior Legal and Compliance Counsel,
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SOURCE Finance IQ
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