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Corporate and retail customers, suppliers and counterparties can all expose your organisation to sanctions risk. As regimes evolve and become more complex than ever, a key control in managing risk is to undertake a sanctions risk assessment. Join this free webinar to learn about best practice in applying sanctions risk assessments.

This session will cover:

  • The need for and approach to sanctions risk assessments
  • The link between risk assessment, risk mitigation and risk appetite
  • What best practice looks like

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Speakers include:

  • Pekka Dare, Director of Stakeholder Engagement, ICA
  • Kelvin Toh, Head of Sanctions and Transaction Monitoring, HSBC
  • Paige Berges, Counsel, Ropes and Gray's Anti-Corruption and International Risk Group
  • Richard Yung, Executive Director, JP Morgan

Webinar hosted in association with Sigma Risk

  • AML, Financial Crime & regulatory landscape – A global perspective (Pekka Dare, ICA)
  • What role effective training plays in combating financial crime and what options are available for Pakistani banking sector (Faisal Hussain, IBP)
  • Understanding financial crime risks within emerging technologies including digital/crypto currencies (Malcolm Wright, 100X Group)
  • Fast changing regulatory landscape in Pakistan and government’s efforts in line with FATF expectations (Sumera Baloch, FMU)
  • ICA & Sigma Risk – Global expertise with local focus in Pakistan (Aamar Ahmad, Sigma Risk)

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There are business-critical reasons to monitor negative news or enhance current practices. During a period of global change and heightened risk awareness, this is a great chance for you to ensure you’re minimising your risk exposure.

Join this webinar to learn how Adverse Media Monitoring can protect your brand, profitability, and stakeholder relationships. We’ll be discussing approaches and pitfalls, regulatory drivers, and sharing use cases across banking, financial services, and insurance.

This session hosted by our partners, Nexis Solutions (a division of LexisNexis) and WorkFusion, will cover:

  • What is Adverse Media Monitoring / Negative News Screening?
  • Why to monitor it, and which regulations require it?
  • How to best monitor it, and avoid common pitfalls?
  • What does best practice look like?
  • Why are banks turning to AI-driven Adverse Media Monitoring?

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Speakers include:

  • Mark Dunn, Segment General Manager, Entity Due Diligence and Monitoring - Nexis Solutions
  • Kyle Hoback, Director, BFSI Automation - WorkFusion

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