As Financial Crime continues to become more sophisticated and their methods ever more difficult to distinguish from legitimate business interactions, join the Financial Services Committee of EuroCham for an in-depth session on Financial Crime. Two experts in their respective fields, Imran Muhammad Criminal Intelligence Officer – Financial Crimes Unit at Interpol and Edmund Ong, Global Head of Data Leakage Protection / APAC Head of IS Operations at Deutsche Bank will share their thoughts and learnings on Financial Crime Typologies Emerging from COVID-19 as well as a deep dive on the “future of work”, social engineering and phishing. Learn how your organization can be better prepare itself for the various manifestations of Financial Crime and stay abreast of the continuously emerging new schemes.
4.15 pm: Webinar Waiting Room Opens
4.30 pm: Opening Remark by Greg Huguet, Chair of the Financial Services Committee
4.35 pm: Impact of COVID-19 on Financial Crimes by Mr Imran Muhammad, Criminal Intelligence Officer, Financial Crimes Unit at Interpol
4.55 pm: Deep Dive on the “Future of Work”, social engineering and phishing by Mr Edmund Ong, Global Head of Data Leakage Protection / APAC Head of IS Operations at Deutsche Bank
5.15 pm: Q&A moderated by Mr Carl van der Elst, Co-Chair of EuroCham’s Financial Services Committee
5.40 pm: Closing Remark by Greg Huguet, Chair of the Financial Services Committee
5.45 pm: Webinar Closes
Imran is a member of the Financial Crimes Unit under INTERPOL’s Criminal Networks Sub-directorate. He is responsible for coordinating cases relating to financial crime investigations and asset recovery matters with INTERPOL’s member countries. He speaks at various international fora and collaborates closely with other international partners for projects in the field of financial crime. Prior to his stint at INTERPOL, Imran had more than 10years’experiencewith the Singapore Police Force (SPF), particularly in the field of financial investigation and financial intelligence at the Commercial Affairs Department (CAD). He has taken on various postings at CAD, including with the Suspicious Transaction Reporting Office (the Financial Intelligence Unit of Singapore), the International Cooperation Branch, and the Inter-Agency Committee for the Financial Action Task Force’s Mutual Evaluation of Singapore. He was also appointed as a trainer with the Home Team School of Criminal Investigation. Imran currently holds a bachelor’s degree in Business from the Nanyang Technological University and a Postgraduate Diploma in Anti-Money Laundering/Counter Financing Terrorism (AML/CFT) from the International Compliance Association(ICA).
Edmund is an information security professional with over 20 years of experience. He has both financial and cross-industry experience with a proven track record in both security operations and third-party assurance. Currently, he is the APAC Head of Information Security Operations and is regionally responsible for managing operational teams across the threat lifecycle. He is also the Global Head of Data Leakage Protection and manages a global team to mitigate risks related to sensitive information disclosure. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, he was helping his clients optimize their Security Intelligence and Operations capabilities through both consulting and build engagements.
Carl van der Elst
Deutsche Bank AG, Singapore Branch
Carl van der Elst is currently within Deutsche Bank responsible for the coverage of our European multinational clients active in the Asia Pacific region in addition to his role as the Head of Corporate Cash Management for the ASEAN region. Originally from Holland, Carl has lived in Asia for almost 20 years, with the majority of his time spent in China. Carl joined Deutsche Bank in Beijing in 2008 after previously working at Credit Suisse and ING. Carl has a Masters in Law from Leiden University and an MBA from UC Berkeley. Carl is fluent in Dutch, English, and German while conversant in French and Mandarin.
Student tickets are available for this event.
Students from partnering universities are invited to join, free of charge. Partnering universities; NUS, NTU, SMU, EDHEC, ESSEC & INSEAD.
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