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Industry Workshops

Thomson Reuters will be showcasing some of our Risk Management solutions alongside the main agenda, through industry case studies and workshops.

Should you have any questions regarding the workshops, please contact

Session 1: What implications will MiFID II have on APAC? 14:25 - 14:45

The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) has been the cornerstone of EU financial services law since 2007.
In response to the Global Financial Crisis and G20 initiatives, the regime will be extended and tightened – MiFID II.
Whilst the response to MiFID II has been in full swing throughout Europe for some time now, the response in Asia has, until recently, been muted.
As Asian firms now start to look more closely at the scope and obligations inherent in MiFID II, realization is dawning that this is not EU only and the deadline is fast approaching.
Join our experts to understand what those regulatory obligations are, how they may apply to you and how Thomson Reuters range of solutions can help you tackle what is being touted as the single largest shake up of global trading in recent history.

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Session 2: Trade Based Money Laundering: A renewed focus for regulators, 15:05 - 15:25

Trade Finance is not a new method for laundering money, however in recent years it has come under close scrutiny of the regulators in Asia. The Monetary Authority of Singapore and the Hong Kong Monetary Authority have both released guidance papers for financial institutions, outlining the proper controls that they expect to be in place, in order to mitigate the risks associated with trade finance.

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Session 3: Connected Risk: The next generation of risk management, 16:30 - 16:50

The primary goal of risk management is to take risks with comfort and avoid high impact events, losses, reputational damage and regulatory fines, this requires processes to identify, measure, consolidate and analyse risks across an organization and provide resource to monitor remediation efforts, as well as a willingness for an organization to abide by risk processes.

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