29 - 30 November, 2016
Hotel Nikko Hong Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Day 2 - 30 November Wednesday

08:20 - 09:00 Morning Refreshment and Registration

09:00 - 09:10 Opening Remarks from the Chairperson

Markus Gnirck, Partner And Co-Founder,tryb

Markus Gnirck

Partner And Co-Founder

  • Aligning objectives for digitisation strategies and compliance models
  • Examining current compliance process and addressing the challenges involved to incorporate digital elements
  • Developing a highly flexible and dynamic compliance model that can easily scale up as the regulatory requirements change

K. F. Lam

Executive Director, Head of Compliance
United Overseas Bank Limited Hong Kong Branch

Kunal Parwani

Associate Director, Regional Implementation Lead, Asia-Pacific


Donald Tse

Assistant Vice President, Global Markets IT Operational Risk
Credit Suisse

Mary Low

Director and Head of Operational Risk and Process Management
Societe Generale

09:50 - 10:30 Leveraging on RegTech in Regulatory Compliance for Potential ROIs of 500% - 600% with Payback Period Under Three Years

Lapman Lee, Financial Services Business Council Board Member,European Chamber of Commerce
  • Capitalising on RegTech to detect reportable matters and predict problems through data analytics
  • Addressing regulatory challenges and opportunities for growth in RegTech
  • Learning the feasibility of RegTech solutions to save time and resources while increasing profitability

Lapman Lee

Financial Services Business Council Board Member
European Chamber of Commerce

10:30 - 11:00 Networking Break

11:00 - 11:40 Utilising Components of Digitisation for Compliance to Increase Efficiency

K. F. Lam, Executive Director, Head of Compliance,United Overseas Bank Limited Hong Kong Branch
  • What are the types of information that ought to be digitised in the compliance process?
  • Developing a framework to increase accuracy of digitisation processes in compliance
  • Aligning regulatory expectation with digital systems to achieve higher customer retention rate and minimise regulatory exposure

K. F. Lam

Executive Director, Head of Compliance
United Overseas Bank Limited Hong Kong Branch

  • Addressing key regulatory challenges for innovation to be more efficient
  • Best practices in startup and enterprise partnership models, areas of collaboration to improve growth cycles
  • Encouraging open innovation to help generate new ideas and discover new areas for growth

Jatin Rajput

Managing Director
Deutsche Bank AG


Jacob Wai

Vice Chairperson, Fintech Special Interest Group
HK Computer Society


Markus Gnirck

Partner And Co-Founder


Andrew Lo

Executive Director
Standard Chartered Private Bank


Brian W Tang

Managing Director
Asia Capital Markets Institute (ACMI)

12:20 - 13:20 Networking Lunch

13:20 - 14:00 Roundtable Discussion 2: Stimulating a Culture of Innovation in Financial Services

  • Discuss the top three challenges for establishing an organisation-wide innovation initiative
  • Why is having an innovative culture crucial in today’s volatile financial consumer market landscape?
  • What are the best ways to encourage an innovative culture in order to be agile?
  • Aligning interests for various stakeholders from senior management to employees to customers in encouraging innovation

14:00 - 14:40 Global Payments Innovation Initiative to Improve Customers’ Cross-Border Payments Experience With New Technologies

Qinwen Xiao, Director, Payment Markets, Asia Pacific,SWIFT
  • Addressing the latest correspondent banking trends
  • How can banks improve the speed, transparency, and predictability of cross-border payments?
  • Leveraging on global payments innovation initiative launched by SWIFT and the global banking community to strengthen cross-border payments

Qinwen Xiao

Director, Payment Markets, Asia Pacific

14:40 - 15:10 Networking Break

15:10 - 15:50 Panel Discussion 4: Addressing Changes in Regulatory Requirements to Sharpen Cyber Security Controls

Florian-Alexandre Bielak, Vice President,Blackrock Aloysius Lai, Executive Director, Head of Technology and Operations,United Overseas Bank Limited Hong Kong Branch
  • How has regulation changed in view of digitisation for data and services
  • Quantify and mitigate impacts of cyber security breach to reduce potential losses
  • Implementing technology in regulatory compliance for cyber risks
  • New measures to comply with the new Cybersecurity Fortification Act

Florian-Alexandre Bielak

Vice President


Aloysius Lai

Executive Director, Head of Technology and Operations
United Overseas Bank Limited Hong Kong Branch

15:50 - 16:30 Strengthening Cyber Security in the Financial Industry with SWIFT’s Latest Customer Security Programme

Johan Ratinckx, Head of Support, Asia Pacific,SWIFT
  • Improving information sharing amongst the global community to safeguard against cyber threats
  • Enhancing guidelines and providing audit frameworks for cyber security initiatives
  • How to support increased transaction pattern detection?
  • Integrating support by third party providers for improved system integration

Johan Ratinckx

Head of Support, Asia Pacific

16:30 - 23:59 Closing Remarks