We are delighted to host the 7th Compliance in Asian Wealth Management Forum in Singapore.

We have refreshed the format for the event – and we think it’s particularly relevant at a time of so much change and opportunity for the industry.

We have designed the forum – along with the presentations, workshops, case studies and panel discussions – to bring together key market participants to discuss and debate current best challenges, new developments and best practices in the industry.

The Hubbis Compliance in Asian Wealth Management event in Singapore on Thursday 17th January, 2019 will provide fascinating insights into the developments taking place in Asia’s wealth advisory sector in response to local, regional and global regulatory and compliance changes.

Underpinning almost every sphere of activity is an increasingly tight regulatory environment in virtually every jurisdiction, as well as the growing cooperation between governments across the globe.

Key to the content at the forum is providing insights from experts in the region and overseas markets – sharing best practices, the components of successful businesses, and lessons learned from developing and managing wealth management offerings. Covering key topics such as tax reporting and transparency, KYC and anti-money-laundering, anti-corruption, data privacy and cross border challenges.

Specifically discover;

  • An overview of the compliance challenges faced by the industry in 2018, and those facing the industry in 2019, and beyond
  • The increased scrutiny by International Regulators of senior management.
  • Ensuring full compliance when you outsource various aspects of the compliance function to third parties.
  • Data privacy today regulations today in the region and likely developments post GDPR and the impact of new data privacy legislation in the pipeline in India.
  • Tax compliance in a world where transparency is now the expected norm
  • Anti-corruption compliance challenges for international firms where jurisdictions have different views on the extent regulation and propensity to enforce the Rule of Law.
  • Developments in KYC and AML, and the role of Artificial Intelligence in this area.
  • The compliance challenges for IAMs and EAMs
  • Internal investigations, and the role of Compliance and Legal teams and external advisers
  • Navigating the opportunities, challenges and conflicts that arise between maximising sales and remaining compliant when undertaking cross-border sales.