2nd Annual ACAMS Seminar Series: Enhanced AML and Financial Crime Tools and Techniques – Indonesia
- When: 2 June 2016
- Where: Indonesia
- Venue: The Ritz-Carlton Jl. DR. Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung Kav. E1.1 No.1, Kawasan Mega Kuningan, Jakarta 12950
This targeted one-day seminar provides a forum for in-depth discussions covering key areas of AML compliance and financial crime prevention. Take advantage of the small group format and take away valuable tools and techniques to share with your team.
Our speaker faculty will share their expertise in a wide range of topics, including addressing regional compliance challenges, effective sanctions management, and an interactive workshop on implementing risk assessment processes.
Nyoman Sastra, MBus, CFE, CAMS
- Group Head of Typology/Strategic Research
- Indonesian Financial Transaction Reports And Analysis Centre (PPATK)
Pak Nyoman has worked in the government sector for more than 20 years, beginning with his role as Auditor for Insurance Company in the Ministry of Finance. He then joined the PPATK in 2006, having held various roles, including Senior Analyst of STRs, Group Head of Training for Reporting parties, and his current role as Group Head of Typology/Strategic Research.
He is a frequent speaker and participant at the APG and Egmont Group meetings.
He holds a Master of Business in Professional Accounting (MBus), from Melbourne, Australia.
Iriawan KAMAL Thalib
- Head of Financial Crime and Security Services, Legal, Compliance & Secretariat
- PT. Bank DBS Indonesia
Kamal Thalib has been working in the field of security over different industries since 2003. Since late 2009, Kamal heads the Financial Crime and Security Services unit in PT Bank DBS Indonesia, which includes AML/CFT, Sanctions, Fraud, and Physical Security.
Hue Dang, CAMS-Audit
- Head of Asia
Ms. Dang is the Head of Asia of ACAMS, having established its regional head office in Hong Kong in 2008. Prior to joining ACAMS, Ms. Dang had more than 15 years’ experience in banking and finance. She was previously a Bank Examiner at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Manager with Barclays Capital’s Investment Banking Division in Singapore, Director for Business Development at Citibank’s Global Consumer Banking Group in Singapore and Director of Business Development, Asia/Pacific, for Thomson Financial in Hong Kong. Ms. Dang holds educational degrees from the US, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree with honors from Amherst College and a Master in Public Policy from Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government. She is also a member of the Executive Boards of the ACAMS Hong Kong and Singapore Chapters.
Steve Farrer, CAMS, CFE
- Head of Intelligence and Information Strategies
- Liberty Asia (Hong Kong)
Mr. Farrer has recently joined the Liberty Asia team (www.libertyasia.org), a group of dedicated professionals from different industries, who feel strongly that a more effective, coordinated response to slavery is essential and that leveraging corporate sector technology & techniques and providing it to the NGO sector will facilitate this response. Mr. Farrer leads the strategy to develop the use of intelligence, in partnership with NGOs, service providers, and the financial services sector. Prior to this, Mr. Farrer was the regional head of intelligence for a major financial institution, leading a world-class team, using open source intelligence & techniques to proactively identify & mitigate AML risk. Previously he has enjoyed a number of senior management roles, in both small specialist advisory firms and major multinational corporations, focusing on anti-money laundering & fraud risk mitigation, through the innovative use of technological solutions, and use of intelligence in making risk-based decisions.
Earlier, Mr. Farrer enjoyed a distinguished career in the Royal Hong Kong Police, commanding investigations into complex commercial frauds, counterfeit payment instruments, and international organized crime. He is one of the few recipients of His Excellency the Governor’s Commendation for Bravery, the highest bravery award in Hong Kong.
- Senior Associate
- Baker & McKenzie (Australia)
As the founder and Supporting Chair of the Baker & McKenzie Global AML/CTF Group, Ms. Hunter advises investment banks, fund managers, investment advisers, brokers/dealers, foreign exchange dealers, remittance providers, market participants and exchanges on a range of areas relating to anti-money laundering, financial services, financial products, financial markets and related regulatory issues. Her practice is focused on acting for a wide range of both national and international clients in relation to their AML/CTF obligations, acting for issuers of various types of structured financial products, acting for financial markets, clearing and settlement and trade repository operators and providing financial services regulatory advice.
Ms. Hunter has been seconded to Perpetual Limited, Rabobank Australia and Western Union Business Solutions advising on AML/CTF, Future of Financial Advice and Australian financial services compliance matters. She has also advised Amazon, American Express, Bank of China, Gresham Bank, Société Générale and Western Union Business Solutions on AML/CFT matters. Ms. Hunter also acted for Chicago Mercantile Exchange on its successful application for a clearing and settlement facility license.
Ms. Hunter is the author of the Australian chapter of the international text book “International Guide to Money Laundering Law and Practice” (3rd edition) 2010, the fourth edition of this international text book (2013) and various articles on AML/CTF featuring in various publications (such as International Pension Lawyer Journal and Financial Planning Magazine).
Gunawan Husin, CAMS, MBCI, CBCP
Mr. Husin has more than 22 years of international banking experience. He is currently a Director and Principal Consultant of Continuum Asia Pte Ltd – Singapore, Enterprise Risk Solutions Indonesia, Riskwest Management Consultant – Australia, and a Risk Consultant to Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. In addition, He is also a member of Global AML Training Faculty of a Tier One Global Bank.
Prior to his current role, he was a Senior Vice President and Asia Pacific Business Control Officer for Global Security and Business Resiliency functions for JP Morgan Chase Bank based in Singapore. In the same institution, he also assumed a role as the head of Southeast Asia for its Business Resiliency function. He was responsible in governing the functions’ compliance across all entities within the firm and had managed regulatory engagements in multiple jurisdictions in Asia Pacific on various security and resiliency aspects, as well as supporting other security operations functions such as fraud investigations, physical and technical securities, crisis management and command center, employee background screening and customer due diligence.
Mr. Gunawan is professionally qualified as a Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP) of Disaster Recovery Institute, USA and a Certified Trainer / Member of Business Continuity Institute (MBCI), UK. He is also an Accredited trainer / member of Association of Anti Money Laundering Specialist (ACAMS). Academically, Gunawan holds a Bachelor of Business Management from Monash University, Melbourne (1993) and a Master of Business Administration from University of Westminster, London (1999).
|8.30 – 9.00||Registration and morning tea|
|9.00 – 9.10||Welcome Remarks
Hue Dang, CAMS-Audit, Head of Asia, ACAMS
|9.10 – 10.25||New Regulatory Developments and How to Comply with Them|
|10.25– 10.45||Networking and Refreshment Break|
|10.45 – 12.00||Maintaining a High-Quality International Sanctions Program|
|12:00 – 13:15||Networking Luncheon for all Participants|
|13:15 – 14:30||Creating a Multi-Pronged Approach to Fighting Human Trafficking|
|14:30– 15:45||WORKSHOP: ABC’s of KYC|
|15:45– 16:05||Networking and Refreshment Break|
|16:05 – 17:00||Identifying and Evaluating Emerging AML/CFT/Financial Crime Issues and their Impact on Financial Institutions|
|17:00 – 17:10||Closing Remarks
Hue Dang, CAMS-Audit, Head of Asia, ACAMS