APAC Focus: Building a Collaborative Approach between Public and Private Sectors

  • When: March 9, 2018
  • Time: 10:00 – 11:00 HKT
  • Level: All

Identifying and addressing financial crimes, including those associated with human trafficking, narcotics, terrorist financing and fraud, requires collaboration. Successful public-private partnerships enhance investigation outcomes by allowing both sectors to share the latest trends in financial crime. This webinar will look at joint investigations and offer insights on how banks can provide assistance to law enforcement in the fight against financial crime. Our panelists will also provide strategies for conducting a joint post-investigation review to determine best practices for future collaborative efforts.

Learning Objectives

  • Detailing recent APAC initiatives in public-private partnerships such as the Fraud and Money Laundering Intelligence Taskforce (FMLIT) in Hong Kong and the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism Industry Partnership (ACIP) in Singapore
  • Incorporating practical collaboration strategies to better detect, deter and defend APAC financial institutions against financial crimes
  • Detailing APAC legal obligations and the limitations of public-private collaboration to prevent missteps

Who Should Attend

  • Law Enforcement
  • Compliance Personnel
  • Industry Consultants
  • Legal/Regulatory Advisors

Region/Industry

  • APAC
  • Global
  • Bank
  • Public Sector

Moderator

Hue Dang
  • Hue Dang, CAMS-Audit

  • Head of Asia
  • ACAMS

Bio

Ms. Dang is the Head of Asia of ACAMS, having established its regional head office in Hong Kong in 2008. Ms. Dang has more than 20 years’ experience in banking and finance. Prior to ACAMS, she was 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.