AIAM Singapore | 11 June 2020
Compliance, Grants and Cybersecurity in the New Normal
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We cordially invite you to join our tailored webinar session on Compliance, Grants, and Cybersecurity in the New Normal. The global pandemic has created deep changes in the way we operate in an incredible condensed period of time. Many of the short-term decisions that firms have taken to be able to work from home are likely to become fixtures once the storm has passed.
Processes that in normal circumstances would have taken months to be implemented have been fast forwarded. With every change, comes new opportunities but also new risks. As we slowly head towards the much anticipated Phase II re-opening, it is time to review the recent circulars issued by MAS and other communications to help you navigate the New Normal. The speakers will focus on the latest regulatory requirements, available grants and cybersecurity threats.
- Compliance and COVID-19, from safe distancing measures to AML checks, what is expected
- Overview of available grants, incentives and schemes
Technology risk management
- Demystifying MAS requirements on technology risk management – what is applicable to EAM set up
- A review of cybersecurity in today’s ‘new normal’, understanding the threats and what to look out for
Head of Compliance and Internal Audit Services
Ingenia Consultants LTD
Rolf has over eighteen years’ experience in financial law and regulation. A leader in his field, Rolf has run numerous structure and operations assessments, participated in multi-jurisdictional assessment of risk management procedures, drafted regulation on capital requirements, and is an expert in anti-money laundering legislation.
Rolf is a Swiss-qualified attorney at law and holds an LLM in International Financial Law from King’s College London, as well as a Master in Law from the University of Bern, Switzerland.
PSiDEO (Singapore) Pte Ltd
I graduated from a renowned engineering school in France (INSA Lyon) with a Master’s Degree in Telecommunications, Network and Services, and a minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
With more than 12 years of experience as a System Engineer, I have been exposed to different company environments to perform various tasks, from end-user support to critical infrastructure maintenance and projects implementation. In 2009, was given the opportunity to relocate in Asia to take up the role of Managing Director for PSiDEO (Singapore) Pte Ltd. Being an engineer at heart, I thrive to continue shaping my technical skills, which extend from a broad range of enterprise-grade technologies. I still continue to lead R&D project or handle interventions in critical systems directly (and in particular in our multi-tenant hosted private cloud environment NGIT) and I provide technical guidance and training to PSiDEO support and infrastructure teams.
As part of PSiDEO’s Adaptive Outsourcing offering, I was appointed to multiple IT Management roles to perform strategic duties for different customers. Being as a Chief Information Office, Chief Technical Officer or Regional IT Director, our customers benefited from having access to a part-time equivalent of a technical expert placed at a management-level position, able to intersect technology and business to present it to other executives
Executive Director, Head of Technology Risk APAC
James is currently Executive Director, Head of Technology Risk APAC at UBS. He has over 20 years of industry experience working in London, Zurich, Amsterdam and Singapore for diverse companies such as Deutsche Bank, ANZ, ABN Amro, KPMG and the London Stock Exchange. He has a wide knowledge of the financial and IT industries, and a deep subject matter expertise in regulatory and operational risk. James sits on the ABS Standing Committee for Cyber Security and leads the ABS Cloud Computing taskforce working with the MAS, Cloud Service Providers and FSIs to promote Cloud adoption in the financial industry.