Macau Chapter
Macau Chapter


30/F., Bank of China Building
Avenida Doutor Marion Soares, Macau

+853 2792-0277


In recent years, anti-money laundering has been attached with great importance by countries from all over the world, which spurs financial institutions to actively assume their social responsibility and to implement the anti-money laundering policies and the anti-terrorism financing policies. The financial institutions in Macau have established an anti-money laundering team with strong professional capability, which could not only guarantee the implementation of the Macau SAR Government’s policy of developing the financial sector with its own characteristics, but also ensure full compliance with the anti-money laundering regulations for the risk management. By the end of this March, there are more than 500 certified anti-money laundering specialists in Macau, who are serving in the local financial sectors, including banks, insurance companies, large gaming companies, consulting firms, higher education institutions, media agencies, and pawn business etc. Due to the relevance of financial services, there is a great need for organizing anti-money laundering practitioners scattered in all walks of life in Macau to strengthen their cross-sectorial exchanges.

The Macau Anti-Money Laundering Specialists Association (MAMLSA), with the support of Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS®), was established with the support of relevant professionals of local banking sectors and the other players of the local industry. On April 20th 2017, the General Assembly of Members, the Board of Directors, and the Board of Supervisors of the First session were elected by over 400 members so far.

As a non-profit organization that aims to promote the international influence, to enhance the forward-looking and professional level of anti-money laundering, as well as the anti-terrorism financing research in Macau, our association is devoting ourselves to aligning the local anti-money laundering with international standards and establishing a risk management system that is suitable for Macau’s financial status. At the same time, we hope that our association could unite anti-money laundering practitioners in Macau, to carry out inter-agency and cross-cutting exchange, education and training, so as to improve and enhance the comprehensive professional level of its members, and to build a platform for anti-money laundering communication and knowledge sharing.

As the socio-political and economy in today’s world has become more complex, governments and regulators of various nations are increasing focused on anti-money laundering activities. Macau is often reported by the western governments and social media as a high risk anti-money laundering region. This is purely accused on tourism and gaming as Macau’s major industries structure.

We appreciate the Macau S.A.R. Government’s for developing and enhancing the anti-money laundering legislation, and also the efforts from various parties in the financial community over the recent years. There has been significant improvement in Macau’s image and performance in anti-money laundering.

The principles of establishing our association are as follow:

  • To promote Macau anti-money laundering and terrorism financing professional standards in line with international norms, and to develop stabilize economic growth of Macau;
  • To organize exchange and co-operation between members and the government, professional institutes or associations from different industry organizations, to provide professional advice during the initial proposal for the legislation;
  • To unite Macau’s anti-money laundering officers, setup professional education training and create knowledge platforms;
  • To strengthen exchange and study with academic groups at home and abroad, to improve Macau’s image in anti-money laundering.

I will lead the 400+ members to follow our association’s articles, stick to our patriot and our city Macau, continuous learning and improve the anti-money laundering professional standards to achieve the stability of Macau’s economy, finance and enhance its image in anti-money laundering.

Upcoming Hong Kong Chapter learning events will be announced soon.



Mr. LAO Chak Kuong
Deputy General Manager,
Bank of China Macau Branch

Mr. Willian Iu Kong AU IEONG
Vice President & Chief Operating Officer
Banco Tai Fung

Mr. LAU Yue Ming
Deputy General Manager, Legal & Compliance Department
Banco Tai Fung

Mr. GAY Lei
Deputy General Manager, Legal & Compliance Department
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), Macau Limited

Mrs. Mandy HAO
Compliance Officer, AML

Mr. Calum Shaw Macdonald
Vice President, Gaming Audit, Compliance & Credit
Galaxy Entertainment Group

Mr. Jose Borges Rodrigues
SVP & Chief Compliance Officer
Venetian Macau Limited

Mr. WONG Kuok Iong
Deputy General Manager,
China Taiping Insurance (Macau) Co., Ltd.

Mr. Iain O’Donnell
Executive Director, Gaming Finance
Wynn Macau

Mr. Antonio Jose Ferreira De Castro Dos Santos Menano
General Counsel
MGM China Holding Limited

Deputy General Manager, Legal & Compliance Department
Bank of China (Macau Branch)

Mr. Frankie LAM
Luen Fung Hang Life Ltd.
Deputy General Manager

Mr. Steve MOK
Melco Crown Entertainment 
Manager, Compliance

Ms. CHAN Sut I
HSBC Macau
AML Investigation Officer

Mr. Gray WANG
Hua Nan Bank

Ms. TANG Huting
LUSO International Banking Ltd.
Compliance Officer

Ms. SOR Ha Chao
Macau Chinese Banking

Hon. Treasurer
Mr. HO Chi Hou
General Manager, Treasury
Bank of China Macau Branch

Secretary General
Mr. WONG Un Fai
A & L Management, Treasury
Bank of China Macau Branch

Head of Academic Department
Mrs. LAI Pui Man
Deputy General Manager, Personal Financial Department
Bank of China Macau Branch

Head of External Liaison Department
Mr. LAM Veng Tim
Director, Personal Financial Department
Bank of China Macau Branch