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Following in the footsteps of Kisaco Research’s Economic Crime Prevention and Compliance event in London at the end of the September, the Economic Crime Prevention APAC, which will be held in Singapore at the end of the October, looks to gather the regional legal and compliance community for some much-needed discussions and networking sessions.

The ongoing pandemic has brought about significant changes to the compliance and financial services sectors, pressuring them to embrace a new way of doing things, one that relies heavily on virtual meetings and remote work and where cybersecurity has become even more important.

Both legal and compliance functions within all organisations have had to implement unique and innovative frameworks and policies to curtail the number of economic crime threat experienced by the company.

Furthermore, the war in Ukraine has brought about a series of sanctions and enforcement policies that require actions from organisations looking for new business opportunities throughout the globe.

Join fellow legal and compliance professionals in person for plenty of discussions and networking sessions this coming October!

Some of the topics to be discussed include:

  • Adapting to The New Age Compliance Framework
  • Review of Enforcement Actions and Recognize Enforcement Priorities Moving Forward.  
  • Circumnavigate the Current Economic Sanctions Targeting Russia: Sanctions Measures and Enforcement on Multinational Corporations
  • Investigations and Anti-Trust Across APAC Regions
  • Interactive discussions – Compliance Digital Tikka 22 & Economic Crime Regulatory Landscape Across SE Asia Region
  • ESG Risks and Economic Crime: “Green Washing”, Sustainable Financing, Sustainability, Corruption and Labour Laws

For the event’s full agenda, please click here.

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