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Fighting financial crime

Inviting you to a breakfast seminar on protection, prevention and control of financial crime and fraud

Start Date and Time

June 24, 2013 9:00 AM

End date and time

June 24, 2013 11:30 AM

Time zone:

(GMT+08:00) Beijing, Chongqing, Hong Kong, Urumqi

Venue

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
6/F, Cityplaza 4,
12 Taikoo Wan Road, Taikoo Shing,
Hong Kong China

Registration Information

This event is by invitation only. Please enter the event code provided in the invitation email (case sensitive).

Contact information

Registration status:
Wandy Luk

Questions about the event:
Bonnie Chan

Registration options

Invitation only

Event registration is closed.

Payment Information

Free of charge

To register, please type the event code on your invitation in the "Event Code" box on the right of this page and click the blue Register button to begin.

You will receive an acknowledgement from the registration site. Our firm reserves the right to make the final selection and our confirmation note will be addressed to you via email by 18 June 2013 (Tuesday)


Our Leader of Governance, Regulatory and Risk Strategies Practice Sharing His Views in Fighting Financial Crime

The pressure to tackle financial crime has never been greater. Growing demands by customers for integrity in firms’ financial dealings, tightening regulation, more open channels for consumer interactions, and increasing criminal sophistication are combining to create a ‘perfect storm’ for the financial services sector to review and enhance its financial crime framework. Yet current approaches frequently consist of a patchwork of fragmented, inefficient, inflexible and ultimately ineffective efforts designed around a discrete set of compliance activities.

As firms review regulatory and compliance requirements along with the broader requirements of enterprise risk and performance management, they can begin to align their financial crime capabilities with other risk and regulatory activities. This can then set the stage for increased business value and improved service performance in a set of activities that the business has traditionally seen as a compliance cost.

Firms need to invest in an integrated approach to financial crime, which aligns all business capabilities including strategy, people, processes, technology and data towards a more unified view of risk.

Deloitte is inviting you to a breakfast seminar, in which our Leader of Governance, Regulatory and Risk Strategies Practice will share his experiences, current practices and real-life case studies on protection, prevention and control of financial crime.

Topics that will be discussed include:

  • Financial crime overview
  • Current approach to managing financial crime
  • Global regulatory focus
  • Risk Governance: Deloitte’s ‘Financial Crime Management Framework’
  • Real-life case studies

Date and Venue
Date:
24 June 2013 (Monday)
Time: Registration: 08:30 – 09:00; Seminar: 09:00 – 11:30
Venue: Deloitte Office at 6/F, Cityplaza 4, 12 Taikoo Wan Road, Taikoo Shing, HK.
Language: English
Duration: 2.5 hours
Dress Code: Smart Casual
Fee: Free of charge
Speaker: Leon Bloom, Leader, Governance, Regulatory and Risk Strategies, Enterprise Risk Services, Deloitte Canada
Host: Frances Fung, Partner, Enterprise Risk Services, Deloitte Hong Kong

A certificate of attendance will be presented to participants upon request.

Event registration is closed.

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