GLOBAL Combat Fraud With A Gain valuable insights from the perts From Panel of Leading Ex United Nations & Thai Government: TRIES! 6 DIFFERENT COUN Police Major General Peeraphan Premabhuti Permanent Secretary PERMANENT SECRETARY OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER, THAILAND Patrick O’Sullivan, Money Laundering Advisor, SECURE YOUR ORGANIZATION WITH CUTTING-EDGE Law Enforcement Global Programme Against Moneypanel Combat fraud with a global TECHNIQUES TO ELIMINATE CORPORATE FRAUD: Laundering, Anti-Money Laundering Unit UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ON DRUGS 6 differ- of leading experts from AND ❖ Unravel the latest threats and deception techniques used by high-tech criminals and discover new ent countries! CRIME, AUSTRIA advanced strategies for detecting fraud ❖ Optimize and achieve business objectives with the latest mitigation strategies that will detect fraud and Discover what payment card companies ensure operational efficiency have to offer: ❖ Re-engineer business processes to cover loopholes and reduce the risk of fraud Barry Wong, Senior Business Leader ❖ Decipher the mechanics of forensic accounting with critical insights learnt from case studies MASTERCARD WORLDWIDE, HONG KONG ❖ Understand the wisdom of Confucianism and how it could encourage whistleblowing to maintain order and social harmony Emoke Bitter, Director, Data Secur ity VISA INTERNATIONAL ❖ Obtain hands-on advice on how to conduct fraud investigations from a practitioner’s point of view ❖ Prevent internal fraud within your organization by developing an effective fraud risk management Seize the opportunity to hear from experienced framework practitioners from leading companies: ❖ Discover the benefits of MasterCard’s Security Leadership Framework in effectively mitigating customer fraud losses Grant Newsham, Executive Director for Corporate Security ❖ Delve into the thought process of the criminal mind and find out whether your organization is at MORGAN STANLEY, JAPAN danger of harboring a potential criminal Eric Van Der Hoeven, Group Audit Controller ❖ Gain valuable insights on how to effectively combat corporate fraud by learning from landmark cases JARDINE MATHESON, HONG KONG ❖ Promote fraud awareness and foster a culture of compliance and honesty by understanding the Alan Luk, Director of Strategic Internal Audit Division for importance of corporate governance South & South-East Asia Region, CANON ❖ Innovate the prevention of fraud by establishing hotlines to create an alternative channel for employees to report cases Ng Mui Siang, Head of Internal Audit ❖ Recognize the critical indications of identity theft and employ effective methods to prevent the CITY DEVELOPMENTS criminal misuse of the victim’s identity William Lim, Director of Internal Audit ❖ Ensure accurate financial disclosure by understanding the specific requirements of the LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES Sarbanes-Oxley Act ❖ Identify key opportunities in fraud detection by examining advanced anti-money laundering and Acquire expert advice from the BIG 4 terrorist financing detection strategies on how to successfully combat fraud: ❖ Harness the benefits of the COSO framework to ensure reliability in financial reporting Mohd Khaidzir Shahari, Associate Director ❖ Examine the role of the internal auditor in effectively preventing and detecting fraud KPMG, MALAYSIA ❖ Implement effective measures to protect sensitive customer data in the payment card industry and secure the future of electronic payments Glenn Daly, Director, BRS ERNST & YOUNG PLUS SEPARATELY BOOKABLE! An Optional 1-Day Pre-Conference Workshop Peter Coleman 31 January 2007 * Wednesday Head of Deloitte Forensic Practice in ASEAN DELOITTE & TOUCHE FINANCIAL SERVICES “EFFECTIVELY DEPLOYING THE LATEST ANTI-FRAUD TOOLS Abigail Cheadle, Lead Director of Forensic Services AND TECHNIQUES THAT WILL MAKE FAST, CRITICAL ADVANCES DELOITTE & TOUCHE FINANCIAL SERVICES TO YOUR MITIGATION STRATEGIES” Subramaniam Iyer, Par tner, Advisory Led by Jay Jhaveri, Director, World-Check PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS & Abigail Cheadle, Lead Director of Forensic Services, Deloitte & Touche Financial Services Uncover the latest intelligence on corporate fraud from top consultants: ORGANISED BY: ENDORSED BY: John Tudorovic, Executive Director FERRIER HODGSON, HONG KONG Special discount of 10% to members of CIMA, ICA & ACFE Jay Jhaveri, Director WORLD-CHECK Kannan Govindasami, Assistant Manager SUPPOR TING ORGANISATION: HILL & ASSOCIATES CRITICAL GLOBAL INSIGHTS ON C DAY ONE 1 FEBRUARY 2007 THURSDAY ■ Examine the principles and techniques used today ■ Understand the role of computer forensics ■ Explore the deployment of asset tracing and recovery ■ Gain valuable insights from recent case studies 8.00 REGISTRATION AND MORNING COFFEE Subramaniam Iyer, Par tner, Advisor y PricewaterhouseCoopers 9.00 CHAIRPERSON’S WELCOME AND OPENING ADDRESS Patrick O’Sullivan, Money Laundering Advisor, 12.30 LUNCH Law Enforcement Global Programme Against Money Laundering, Anti-Money Laundering Unit 1.45 HARNESSING THE BENEFITS OF MASTERCARD’S United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Austria SECURITY LEADERSHIP FRAMEWORK AS A TACTICAL AND STRATEGIC APPROACH T O 9.15 UNCO VERING THE LATEST THREATS & DECEPTION MITIGATE CUSTOMER’S FRAUD LOSSES TECHNIQ UES USED IN COMMITTING FRAUD AND ■ Developing a cr itical understanding of MasterCard’s REVEALING NEW ADVANCED STRATEGIES FOR Security Leadership Framework DETECTING IRREGULARITIES ■ Identifying the types of risk it addresses and why ■ Revealing the latest intelligence on fraud deception ■ Effective guideline on how to deliver the Security techniques used by criminal syndicates to infiltrate into Leadership Framework leading organizations Barry Wong, Senior Business Leader ■ Advanced methods for detecting the manipulation of MasterCard Worldwide, Hong Kong confidential data during early stages and tracing the source to reveal the perpetrator 2.30 DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE FRAUD RISK ■ Examining the most sophisticated and advanced MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK TO PREVENT techniques used in cyber-fraud to effectively detect FRAUD WITHIN AN ORGANIZATION fraudulent information and hacker intrusions ■ Devising effective policies and compliance procedures ■ Devising an effective system within a corporate that will help to mitigate fraud environment to involve all employees in the detection ■ Critically assessing the organization’s fraud and prevention of fraud vulnerabilities and operational risks to devise effective John Tudorovic, Executive Director countermeasures and mitigation strategies Ferrier Hodgson, Hong Kong ■ Must know procedures for effective pre-employment screening to avoid criminal infiltration within the 10.00 OPTIMIZING AND ACHIEVING BUSINESS OBJECTIVES organization WITH EFFECTIVE CONTR OL MITIGATION ■ Enhancing corporate governance as a strategic tool STRA TEGIES THAT WILL HELP TO DETECT for improving employee due diligence FRA UD AND ENSURE OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY ■ Effectively breaking down processes and limiting ■ Ensuring that present control measures are not access to confidential information to ensure that getting in the way of current business objectives no employee has full control of a complete operation ■ Implementing effective mitigation strategies that strike ■ Understanding the gaps and weaknesses in various a balance between operational efficiency and control business operations to identify strategic methods for ■ Strategically and effectively re-engineering business strengthening them against fraud processes to cover loopholes and reduce the risk of fraud Kannan Govindasami, Assistant Manager ■ Effectively training employees to adopt advanced Hill & Associates procedures that will help to detect fraud without hindering their work process 3.15 AFTERNOON REFRESHMENT Eric Van Der Hoeven, Group Audit Controller Jardine Matheson, Hong Kong 3.30 ESTABLISHING FRAUD HOTLINES AS AN EFFECTIVE WARNING SYSTEM FOR PREDICTING AND 10.45 MORNING REFRESHMENT PREVENTING FRAUD ■ Understanding the importance of creating an alternative 11.00 CRITICALLY EXAMINING THE ADVANCED MONEY channel for employees to report fraud cases LA UNDERING AND TERRORIST FINANCING ■ Ensuring employee privacy by effectively establishing DETECTION STRATEGIES USED IN PRIVATE a secure connection that is independent from bank AND PUBLIC SECTOR INSTITUTIONS TO IDENTIFY management to guarantee anonymity and confidentiality KEY OPPORTUNITIES IN FRA UD DETECTION ■ Employing effective methods to assess the credibility ■ Examining how advanced measures instituted to detect of the information given and taking disciplinary action money laundering can also provide critical indicators of against employees who abuse the hotline corporate fraud and vice versa ■ Effectively marketing and advertising the hotline to ■ Critically identifying the various deception techniques encourage employees to use it for reporting fraud used by corporate fraudsters in laundering money from related matters corporate funds ■ Devising simple and effective step-by-step procedures ■ Understanding the relationship between public & private for reporting to avoid misuse of the hotline sector institutions in the development of AML and CFT to Abigail Cheadle, Lead Director of Forensic Services devise advanced strategies for fraud detection Deloitte & Touche Financial Services Patrick O’Sullivan, Money Laundering Advisor, Law Enforcement Global Programme Against Money 4.15 CRITICAL OVERVIEW OF THE SARB ANES-OXLEY Laundering, Anti-Money Laundering Unit ACT AND INTERNAL CONTROL SYSTEMS TO United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Austria ENSURE ACCURATE FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE ■ Understanding the specific requirements of the 11.45 DECIPHERING THE MECHANICS OF FORENSIC Sarbanes-Oxley Act in establishing effective internal ACCOUNTING – CRITICAL INSIGHTS AND LESSONS control measures LEARNT FR OM HISTO RY ■ Implementing effective control measures that comply ■ Demystify forensic accounting with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act ■ Analyze the current rise in demand for the practice OMBATING WHITE-COLLAR CRIME ■ Revealing the criminal penalties and larger fines for ■ Sumitomo Mitsui Bank (London) – uncovering high-tech corporate executives who misstate financial statements criminals who attempted to steal £220 million from the bank ■ Identifying the new challenges to businesses, specifically by entering as cleaning staff and hacking into accounts in the documentation of control procedures related to Grant Newsham, Executive Director Corporate Security information technology Morgan Stanley, Japan Glenn Daly, Director, BRS Ernst & Young 12.30 LUNCH 5.00 END OF DAY ONE 1.30 EXPLORING THE THOUGHTS OF THE CRIMINAL MIND IN COMMITTING WHITE COLLAR CRIME – IS YOUR ORGANIZATION AT RISK OF HARBORING A POTENTIAL CRIMINAL? DAY TW O 2 FEBRUARY 2007 FRIDAY ■ Examining the critical factors that lure employees into committing fraud to devise solid preventive measures ■ Uncovering the serious threat posed by internal 8.30 MORNING COFFEE employees who are unhappy with their jobs and devising a plan to resolve the problem effectively 9.00 CHAIRPERSON’S WELCOME AND OPENING ADDRESS ■ Detecting suspicious behavioral patterns among Patrick O’Sullivan, Money Laundering Advisor, employees and adopting effective counseling techniques Law Enforcement Global Programme Against Money that will help to minimize the disruption of business Laundering, Anti-Money Laundering Unit operations United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Austria ■ Understanding how greed and cash flow problems can cloud an employee’s thought process 9.15 EFFECTIVELY APPLYING THE COSO (COMMITTEE Peter Coleman OF SPONSORING ORGANIZA TIONS OF THE Head of Deloitte Forensic Practice in ASEAN TREADWAY COMMISSION) FRAMEWORK FOR Deloitte & Touche Financial Services THE AUDIT OF INTERNAL CONTR OLS AS AN EFFECTIVE ASSESSMENT FOR FRAUD PREVENTION 2.15 EFFECTIVE FRAUD PREVENTION AND DETECTION ■ Developing a critical understanding of the 5 components – CRITICALLY EXAMINING HOW INTERNAL in the COSO framework to effectively analyze the AUDIT ORS CAN PLAY THEIR ROLE internal control system implemented in an organization ■ Understanding the IIA Standard 1210.A2: Proficiency ■ Harnessing the benefits of the solid internal control of internal auditors to identify fraud system of the COSO framework to ensure reliability ■ Examining the role of an internal auditor in fraud risk in financial reporting management and assisting the deterrence of fraud ■ Ensuring effectiveness and efficiency of business ■ Effectively structuring the organization of the internal operations with the COSO framework audit to enhance the value of it’s contribution towards ■ Employing the COSO framework to ensure that business fraud prevention operations comply with applicable laws and regulations ■ Identifying the right competencies of internal audit in Ng Mui Siang, Head of Internal Audit fraud risk management City Developments Mohd Khaidzir Shahari, Associate Director KPMG, Malaysia 10.00 DEVELOPING A MORE EFFECTIVE WHISTLEBLOWING FRAMEW ORK BY UNDERSTANDING WHY MAINLAND 3.00 AFTERNOON REFRESHMENT CHINESE IN CHINA ‘SOUND THE ALARM’ ■ Identifying the importance of having an effective 3.30 SECURING THE FUTURE OF ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS whistleblowing framework by examining the downfall – UNDERSTANDING THE RISK OF ELECTRONIC of Enron and Arthur Andersen PAYMENTS AND IMPLEMENTING EFFECTIVE ■ Uncovering the wisdom of Confucianism in China where MEASURES TO PROTECT SENSITIVE CUSTOMER morality and fairness to all makes whistleblowing a noble DATA IN THE PAYMENT CARD INDUSTRY cause to maintain order and social harmony ■ Examining global security trends ■ Understanding the social-political influence of communist ■ Understanding the prohibition of data storage ideology where loyalty to the organization and reporting ■ Identifying the standards of the payment card industry wrongful acts to maintain social order are eminent ■ Visa account information security program ■ Examining China’s tr ansition from planned to market Emoke Bitter, Director Data Security economies to find out why the reporting of wrongful Visa International acts became a personal survival skill ■ Effective guidelines for whistleblowers on how to ‘sound 4.15 EFFECTIVELY CONDUCTING FRAUD the alarm’ effectively and efficiently INVESTIGATIONS FROM A PRA CTITIONER’S ■ Examining the whistleblowing framework of leading POINT OF VIEW western school of thoughts ■ Critically evaluating the indicators that fraud might have Alan Luk, Director of Strategic Internal Audit Division for been committed to determine whether a thorough South & South-East Asia Region investigation is necessary Canon ■ Notifying the appropriate authorities within the organization to avoid disrupting other employees 10.45 MORNING REFRESHMENT ■ Effectively assessing the extent of complicity in the fraud to avoid obtaining misleading information that might 11.15 GAINING VALUABLE INSIGHTS BY LEARNING affect employee relations FR OM LANDMARK CASES TO EFFECTIVELY ■ Ensuring that the investigator has no relationship to COMB AT WHITE COLLAR CRIME those being investigated or to any of the employees ■ Enron, Arthur Andersen, and WorldCom (USA) – within the organization examining the chain effect of the biggest corporate fraud scandal ever tely Separa ! 1-Day Pre-Conference Workshop ■ Devising effective procedures to identify perpetrators Booka ble 31 January 2007 * Wednesday with minimal involvement of innocent parties William Lim, Director of Internal Audit “EFFECTIVELY DEPLOYING THE LATEST Lucent Tec hnologies ANTI-FRAUD TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES THAT WILL MAKE FAST, CRITICAL ADVANCES TO YOUR 5.00 END OF CONFERENCE MITIGATION STRATEGIES” Led by Jay Jhaveri, Director, World-Check KEY BENEFITS OF ATTENDING & Abigail Cheadle, Lead Director of Forensic Services Deloitte & Touche Financial Services ✔ NETWORK with an international team of experts from 6 WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES different countries Cor porate crime is a thr iving multi-billion dollar industry. Dangerously ✔ UNRAVEL the latest deception techniques used by high-tech armed with some of the greatest minds on stealth and deception, it is criminals and discover new advanced strategies for not sur prising to know that the y have infiltrated some of the world’s detecting them leading organizations . This w o rkshop howev e r, will tak e fraud detection and prevention to the next level and show you how to ✔ GAIN unique insights from the United Nations on how combat the rogue regime of hackers, fraudsters, and criminal advanced anti-money laundering and terrorist financing syndicates with the latest tools and techniques that will add dynamism detection strategies can help to identify key opportunities in to your anti-fraud mitigation strategies. fraud detection This interactive workshop combines detailed technology based techniques with advanced KYC (Know Your Customer) implementation. ✔ ACHIEVE business objectives by optimizing the effectiveness The session will enable delegates to develop more advanced anti-fraud of advanced mitigation strategies without affecting operational programmes through the provision of practical advice all based on the efficiency experience of real life situations within corporates. ✔ SEIZE the opportunity to acquire expert advice from leading Split into two sessions, this unique day is a one stop shop for the payment card companies like MasterCard and Visa enhancement of anti-fraud strategies aimed at enabling delegates to create best practice within their organisations. ✔ UNCOVER the wisdom of Confucianism where morality and fairness to all makes whistleblowing a noble cause to maintain WORKSHOP OUTLINE order and social harmony Advanced KYC implementation: ■ Understanding the importance of identification and verification ✔ IDENTIFY the critical indications of identity theft and find out during the pre-KYC (Know Your Customer) stage from Police Major General Peeraphan what should be done to ■ Taking KYC to the next level – deploying periodic and perpetual prevent the misuse of the stolen identity screening ■ Implementing comprehensive KYC in a M&A (mergers & ✔ DISCOVER the thoughts of the cr iminal mind and find out acquisitions) situation – gaining valuable insights through case whether your organization is at risk of harboring a potential studies criminal Technology & Process Implementation: ✔ OBTAIN sound advice from experienced practitioners in ■ Revealing the importance of financial health checks in data mining major organizations on how to effectively investigate and ■ Dispelling the myths of computer forensics prevent fraud ■ Analyzing fraud surveys and revealing best practices ■ Establishing whistleblowing hotlines – best practice and guidance ✔ SIMPLIFY the complexities of forensic accounting by ■ Critical case study investigation on how technology plays a part in examining critical case study issues reducing cost while increasing the efficiency of an investigation ✔ SECURE the future of electronic payments by implementing ABOUT THE WORKSHOP LEADERS effective measures to protect sensitive customer data Jay Jhaveri is the Director, Asia for World-Check. He was a professional banker in the wealth management industry for more than ✔ INNOVATE your anti-fraud strategy by establish fraud hotlines 12 years. Jay has worked with leading European banks in India, the as an effective system of predicting and preventing fraud UK, and Singapore. He is frequently asked to speak at conferences and seminars in the areas of KYC, AML, CFT, EDD and PEPs. In addition to being a prolific writer, his views are sought by the press and he has been quoted extensively. World-Check is the pioneer and leader in providing pro-active, highly structured profiles on high and heightened risk WHO SHOULD ATTEND individuals and entities. The coverage is global (more than 230 countries and territories) and updated continuously to reflect the emerging risks as they are ❖ Chief Executive Officers ❖ Chief Operating Officers ❖ Chief reported. Today, World-Chec k is used by almost 2,000 institutions, including 200+ government and government agencies, in more than 130 countries in order to Financial Officers ❖ Chief Information Officers ❖ Chief Internal mitigate their KYC and PEP risks. – “Reducing Risk through Intelligence”. Auditors ❖ Chief Security Officers ❖ Managing Directors ❖ General Abigail Cheadle is a Director and the Head of Deloitte Forensic practice in Singapore. She is a Chartered Accountant with 15 years Managers ❖ Heads of Internal Audit ❖ Heads of Legal & Compliance experience in investigations and asset tracing in Asia, Australia, USA, Europe and the Middle East. Abigail was the Head of Forensic ❖ Heads of Legal Departments ❖ Heads of Regulatory Affairs Accounting f or Asia Pacific, Er nst & Young, and more recently, a Director and Head of Business Development for a boutique ❖ Heads of Risk Management ❖ Heads of Credit Control ❖ Heads of investigations firm, Background Asia Group. Abigail has extensive experience in project management of fraud and financial investigations across a Insurance Claims ❖ In-House General Counsels ❖ Forensic variety of industries. Abigail has also conducted Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) inv estigations, managed dispute resolutions , negotiated restructur ings, Accountants ❖ Audit Managers ❖ Finance Directors managed due diligences, analysed business intelligence and traced and recovered assets globally. FOR ENQUIRIES AND REGISTRATION: WORKSHOP TIMETABLE Registration starts at 8.30am; Workshop commences at 9:00am and concludes at 5.00pm. CALL (65) 6536 8676 OR (65) 6536 8437 Workshop materials, lunch and refreshments will be provided. PROFILES OF CONFERENCE SPEAKERS FROM LEADING-EDGE COMBAT FINANCIAL CRIME WITH THE ORGANISATIONS INCLUDE: Pat O’Sullivan is the Law Enforcement Advisor to LATEST TECHNIQUES AND INTELLIGENCE the Global Programme on Money Laundering of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Vienna, Austria. He worked for 5 years as a FROM THE WORLD’S LEADING EXPERTS ON consultant to the Legal Department of the IMF and was involved in AML projects in many countries in the Pacific, Asia and Africa. Pat is a former New CORPORATE FRAUD Zealand Policeman with 30 years experience in criminal investigations and intelligence analysis. The final decade of his police service was spent in money laundering and criminal asset investigation. He was the former head of New Zealand Interpol Office, the AML section of the National Proceeds of Crime Bureau, and in 1996 established the New “There are three things in the world that deserve no mercy – hypocrisy, FRAUD, and tyranny.” Zealand Financial Intelligence Unit of which he was the director until 2001. Pat was a delegate to the Financial Action - Freder ick W. Rober tson Task Force , the Asia Pacific Group on Money Launder ing, and the Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Units. Police Major General Peeraphan Premabhuti is a graduate of the FBI National Academy. He was Hypocrisy has always been an element of fraud. Tyrannically, it has driven the downfall appointed by the Thai Cabinet to serve as a Permanent Secretary for the Prime Minister’s of many leading organizations. The shocking spate of recent white-collar crimes has Office in 2006 upon receiving royal endorsement. Pol.Maj.Gen. Peeraphan has a long and dangerously echoed the misadventures of Enron, Arthur Andersen, and WorldCom just to distinguished 34 years of service to the Thai Government. In 1992, he served as a Superintendent for the Economic Crime name a few. The perpetrators were dealt with severely, while the heavy penalties showed Investigation Division of Central Investigation Bureau and was assigned in 1994, as a member of the Drafting no mercy. Will your organization be the next victim of corporate fraud? Committee on the Anti-Money Laundering Act by the Royal Thai Government. In 1998, he served as a Deputy Executive Director of the International Law Enforcement Academy and by 2001, he was appointed as the Secretary General for the Chances are, you will not know till the losses are obvious. Anti-Money Laundering Office of Thailand. Pol.Maj.Gen. Peeraphan has been granted scholarships by the gove rnments of Canada, Italy, UK & USA to enroll in specialized in-service courses in Commercial & Computer Crime. The growing complexities of today’s modern business practices have taken fraud to the Grant Newsham is responsible for organized crime next level. High-tech criminals are infiltrating major organizations, while hackers are and money laundering risks in Morgan Stanley Japan’s (MSJ) operations. Under Grant, MSJ has established an effective due diligence scheme gaining access into confidential data storage systems and devising advanced deception addressing criminal/suitability risks to Firm business transactions. Grant was a diplomat techniques. Fraudsters are getting more and more sophisticated everyday and your serving in the US Foreign Service for 8 years with assignments at the US Embassies in Tokyo and Islamabad. company’s reputation is at stake. It is now more crucial than ever for organizations to arm His Foreign Service work covered a number of regions, with a specialty in third-world insurgencies and international trade themselves with the latest intelligence to combat this deceitful multi-billion dollar industry. and commercial matters. He is also an attorney & previously worked for Graham & James, and served as co-chairman of the District of Columbia Bar’s Inter national Trade Committee. Grant serves as a Colonel in the US Marine Corps Reserve Join us in combating corporate fraud. and is assigned an intelligence role to Headquarters, Marine Forces Pacific in Honolulu. He previously served as the Mar ine Attaché, US Embassy, Tokyo, and with III Marine Expeditionary Force, Okinawa, handling matters involving In a bid to go beyond the cosmetic topics of detection and prevention already repeated by terrorism and insurgency in South East Asia. so many conferences, Asia Business Forum has gathered an international team of Barry Wong has over 23 y ears of exper ience in the Security & Risk Management field including experts to reveal their latest intelligence to tackle the most grievous issues on 13 years with the HK Police dealing with Criminal Investigations, 4 years with an oil company as its Security Advisor for the AP corporate fraud. By taking a big leap beyond the confines of combating the financial crime region, and 1 year with PWC as a Senior Manager. Barry is the Head of Security & Risk Management Asia Pacific for war-front, this unique event is also designed to not only prevent fraud, but also ensure MasterCard, providing risk management services to member financial institutions assisting them to make use of best operational efficiency during the process to help leading organizations achieve business practices and latest fraud trends to mitigate losses. Barry is tasked with a leading role in fraud mitigation strategies and objectives. Auditors, risk managers, CFOs, COOs, CEOs, and just about everyone works with other industry players for the integrity of the payment system. who has a critical role to play in the prevention of fraud, cannot afford to miss this Peter Coleman was a partner of Aegis International Fraud & Security Consulting (USA & crucial event. Australia) for 3 years. Before that, he was Vice President Asia Pacific with Praesidium Services Limited (UK). Peter was also an Associate Director in the Fraud and Dispute division of PWC. He was a Uncover the latest intelligence on deception techniques used by high-tech criminals and detective with the Victoria Police in Australia for many years and is a highly skilled interviewer with more than 25 years discover new mitigation strategies that will not get in the way of business experience in conducting interviews into fraud and other criminal activities in many countries. Locations where Peter objectives. Understand the cognition of the dangerous criminal mind and find out from has worked in this field include Australia, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, T aiwan, Japan, Hong Kong, Police Major General Peeraphan what the critical indications of identity theft are. Papua New Guinea, United States, United Kingdom, Venezuela, South Amer ica, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. DON’T MISS OUT on what the UNITED NATIONS has to say about anti-money John T udorovic has over 16 years experience in laundering, and FIND OUT from BIG 4 how to effectively combat corporate fraud. the area of fraud risk and investigation including 12 years with the Australian T axation Office. He spent his last fiv e years with the AT O o n secondment to the Australian Federal Police PROTECT your business from falling into the hands of corporate crime and uphold the investigating fraud committed against the Commonwealth by organized crime groups. Prior to joining Ferrier Hodgson, reputation of your esteemed organization. John w as with Er nst & Young Singapore’ s Global Investigations & Dispute Advisory practice for two years. John has experience investigating fraud and conducting corporate intelligence assignments in Singapore, Hong Kong, PLUS DON’T MISS OUT ON THE SEPARATELY BOOKABLE Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam. Kannan is a Manager with the Business 1-DAY PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP Intelligence & Integrity Risk division in Hill & Associates, based in Singapore. Prior to that, he 31 January 2007 * Wednesday wor ked with Er nst & Young in audit and assurance for over 6 years. In addition to being a member of the Cer tified Practicing Accountants (CPA), Australia, he has “EFFECTIVELY DEPLOYING THE LATEST ANTI-FRAUD TOOLS a Master of Arts in Communication Management and Bachelor of Business in Accountancy to his name from AND TECHNIQUES THAT WILL MAKE FAST, CRITICAL ADVANCES University of South Australia and Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology respectively. Kannan is responsible fo r TO YOUR MITIGATION STRATEGIES” leading fraud investigations as well as fraud risk management engagements in Singapore and across Asia. Led by Jay Jhaveri, Director, World-Check Kannan is currently assisting a US listed company to & conduct a vendor integrity review in Malaysia as part of a global fraud risk management exercise.” Abigail Cheadle, Lead Director of Forensic Ser vices, Deloitte & Touche Financial Services Subramaniam Iyer is currently the leader of the Business Recovery Services and Dispute Analysis & Investigations Group in PWC REGISTER NOW TO SECURE YOUR PLACE AND SAVE $200! Singapore. He now leads his team of experienced forensic specialists and insolvency practitioners to assist in fraud/forensic investigations, restructure of Call our Customer Hotline Tel: (65) 6536 8676 today. Or Email to companies including strategic business reviews and also serves as judicial manager and liquidator of several firstname.lastname@example.org companies and as a trustee in bankruptcies. 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