ACAMS AML & Anti-Financial Crime Symposium - Beijing

novembre 30, 2022
6 ACAMS credits

    Program will explore

    Sharing best practices to address AML challenges and examine a wide array of anti-financial crime (AFC) topics
    Managing effective sanctions risk assessment and ensuring effective delivery of AML customer due diligence with proven methods
    Preventing the misuse of beneficial ownership information for trusts and other legal arrangements for money laundering or terrorist financing


    This symposium will be conducted in Chinese.


    Simultaneous interpretation from English to Chinese will be available for English sessions.


    *Program is subject to change without prior notice.


    09:00 – 09:10

    Welcome Remarks

    Hue Dang, CAMS-Audit, Global Head of New Ventures and Senior Asia Pacific Leader, ACAMS

    09:10 – 09:20

    Keynote Address

    09:20 – 10:30

    Regulatory Update: Analyzing Global AML Trends and New Developments
    • Examining recent regulatory developments and guidance to establish best practices for meeting evolving regulatory expectations
    • Discussing global hot topics and the direction of AML/CTF requirements going forward
    • Reviewing FATF/APG upcoming topics that may be useful for your compliance program
    • Collective Action in banking: International associations’ role in a fast-evolving industry (e.g., The Wolfsberg Group)

    Lynn Li, CAMS-Audit, AML Director – Greater China, ACAMS

    Hue Dang, CAMS-Audit, Global Head of New Ventures and Senior Asia Pacific Leader, ACAMS

    Dr Gordon Hook, Executive Secretary, Asia/Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APG)

    Alex Levin, Head of Financial Crime, Asia-Pacific, HSBC, Co-Chair Asia, Wolfsberg Group

    10:30 – 10:40

    Morning Break

    10:40 – 11:20

    Know Your Data (KYD) - Key Tenet of Effective AML Compliance
    • Understanding AML data governance challenges: data quality gaps, lack of a centralized data dictionary and metadata, technological gaps and management silos
    • Enforcing effective data management to identify data structure issues and leverage data for more accurate analysis
    • Sharing best practice on how to extract and analyze data generated by transaction monitoring and KYC, reducing systemic inefficiencies and duplicated risk functions

    ZHANG Jie, Head, AML System Management & Monitoring Division, Internal Control & Compliance Department, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China

    LIANG Kai Peng, Fellow, Beijing AIKEMU Research Institute

    11:20 – 12:00

    Practice Sharing: Managing High Risk Clients
    • Learning best practices in managing high-risk clients and the opportunities and challenges presented by new technologies
    • Analyzing recent regulatory changes which may require an update of your organization’s high-risk clients’ management processes (e.g., beneficial ownership)
    • Assessing the appropriateness of risk management systems for high-risk clients and identify existing gaps and potential improvements to your organization’s compliance program
    • Developing quantitative and qualitative metrics for risk rating models to flag high-risk entities and assign adequate oversight controls

    12:00 – 12:30

    Special Presentation: Value Reconstruction and Regulation Capture of International AML Order

    Prof. TANG Jun, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law

    12:30 – 13:30

    Lunch Break

    13:30 – 14:00

    Special Presentation: Exploring Anonymity in Central Bank Digital Currencies

    14:00 – 15:00

    Sanction Deep Dive (Part One: How Sanctions Impact Russia and the Global Economy)
    • Gaining a greater understanding of the risk environment for Russia and Russia’s responses to western sanctions 
    • Looking at the differences between the EU and USA sanctions against Russia and the EU and USA sanctions against other countries
    • Analyzing how sanctions impact Russia and the global economy 
    • Assessing key challenges and compliance considerations of China's Banking Industry, as well as mapping potential future developments

    Lynn Li, CAMS-Audit, AML Director – Greater China, ACAMS
    SUN Cai Hua, CGSS, Author, US Economic Sanction Risk Prevention (Practical Guide and Case Studies)

    Prof. ZHOU Xin Yu, Deputy Director of Public Diplomacy Research Center, Beijing Foreign Studies University


    15:00 – 15:10

    Afternoon Break

    15:10 – 16:00

    Sanction Deep Dive (Part Two: Keep Pace with the Future Sanction Compliance Trends)
    • Understanding global sanctions situation and challenges to cross-border business 
    • Learning how to establish sanctions compliance system for globally systemically important banks
    • Sharing best practice of effective management information mechanism  

    LIU Yan Bin, CAMS, CGSS, Head, Group Sanctions Compliance Division, Internal Control & Compliance Department, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China

    16:00 – 16:50

    Sanction Deep Dive (Part Three: Proactively Identify, Measure and Monitor Sanction Risk)
    • Conducting comprehensive and effective sanctions risk assessment on clients
    • Ensuring effective delivery at front line and synergies with AML CDD due diligence
    • Assessing potential sanctions risk exposure, examples of sources to consider and how to assess adverse news / allegations 
    • Mitigation of potential sanctions risk exposure

    16:50 – 17:00

    Quiz Time and Closing Remarks


    Prices are subject to local taxes.

    Groups and public-sector employees may qualify for a discount.

    Contact for details.

    Membres de l’ACAMS

    325,00 $US

    Non membres

    425,00 $US


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