Our Events

Events we are attending

The Innoxcell Annual Symposium 2017

Singapore

28-29 June 2017

The Innoxcell Annual Symposium (IAS) is largest and most comprehensive international legal and regulatory compliance conference in Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore, Australia and United States.This is the only event of its kind that will run multiple paths covering great diversity of Legal and Regulatory Compliance topics with over 20 sessions to select from and 10+ exhibitions.

We aim to provide a ‘one-of-a-kind’ conference for legal and compliance executives and professionals from different industries to explore the latest best legal and business practices, catch-up with latest regulatory updates, establish networking with prominent legal professionals around the Globe, as well as visit the legal technology and solutions exhibition. IAS is definitely an event you cannot miss! Come and join us now

Events we are hosting

CISI Combating Financial Crime

Riyadh, KSA

19 – 23 November 2017

A persistent threat over recent decades and a continuing burden to global economic development, financial crime, fraud, corruption, and money laundering, has developed into a focal point in the continued development of financial services. With an ever expanding armoury of regulation, and with criminals more intent on exploiting systemic gaps than ever before, this programme will look at ways to minimise institutional risk and reduce potential exposure to growing threat of both internal and external financial crime. This course will give participants of detailed overview of the history and background of financial crime, money laundering, fraud prevention, bribery, and corruption, looking at a wide range of financial crime scenarios to develop a deep understanding of these issues from a theoretical and practical perspective. The program is focused on the financial services industry, looking at the role of regulators, international bodies, and NGO’s. It will aim to develop skills to help organisations minimise their exposure and risk to this growing area of global crime, using current trends and typologies to adequately establish frameworks for continued deterrence.

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