The Financial Services industry is evolving rapidly, and new regulations are constantly emerging. Pressure is mounting on financial institutions and their executives to comply, and success will depend on how they can cut through the complexities of rapid change and understand the forces at play.
Join us at the KPMG Banking Conference 2012, which will focus on key aspects of banking laws and regulations and cover pertinent risk and governance issues.
This conference is divided into two days and includes the following topics:
Day 1: Thursday, 11 October 2012
- Overview of Singapore Banking Laws & Regulations
- Changes in Financial Accounting Standards and its Impact on Banks
- Corporate Governance in Banks
- Banking Secrecy and Outsourcing
- The New Technology Risk Management Guidelines and Requirements
- Banking Tax Updates and Issues
Day 2: Friday, 12 October 2012
- Lending and Investment Restrictions
- Capital and Asset Maintenance Requirements
- Statutory Liquidity Requirements
- Anti-money Laundering Requirements
- Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) Requirements
- How the Securities and Futures Act (SFA) and Financial Advisers Act (FAA) apply to Banks
- Data Loss Protection in Banks
Who Should Attend
The conference will be useful to Chief Executive Officers and their deputies, business and functional heads, account managers, operations, finance, compliance and audit personnel, and others whose duties and responsibilities require them to be conversant with these laws and regulations.
KPMG’s partners, directors and managers from the Financial Services practice.
Please make cheque payable to KPMG Services Pte Ltd, 16 Raffles Quay, #22-00 Hong Leong Building, Singapore 048581. KPMG Services Pte Ltd will provide a tax invoice upon clearance of your cheque. Refunds will only be made if written notice is received no later than 4 October 2012. Please inform KPMG Services Pte Ltd of substitution(s) prior to the event date to avoid inconvenience. In circumstances beyond our control, we reserve the right to cancel the event, or make changes to the programmes, schedules, venue and speaker(s). Photography, audio, and/or video recording are not permitted during the event unless authorised by KPMG.