Our Events

GRC Solutions regularly hosts masterclasses and workshops around the Asian pacific region particular in Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong. Below are some of the events that we host as well some of the events we attend in the Asian pacific region.

We regularly attend events specific to the areas of governance, risk and compliance. We also find these events an excellent way to further strengthen the relationships with our current clients.

Events we are attending

Events we are hosting

Certified Compliance Professional

17 – 22 July 2017

Zimbabwe, Africa

The Certified Compliance Professional is a program designed for Corporate Officers who are responsible for implementation of compliance programs internally within their corporation. It has two program formats, one for listed companies, and the other for banks and financial institutions who require Basel II and Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance.

Global Regulatory Challenges and Compliance Best Practice Webinar

3 August 2017 12:00 PM AEST

Please join us for an interactive webinar session hosted by Sam Gibbins on the topic of Global Regulatory Challenges and Compliance Best Practices.

Conduct Risk, Risk Culture and Behavioural Compliance: current hot topics for regulators focusing increasingly on the nature of individual, business unit, and organisational behavior. How are we setting our risk culture, managing our conduct and working to improve these across our business, at both the micro and macro level?

Anti-Bribery & Corruption Measures, Economic & White Collar Crime: regulatory and legal fines for fraudulent conduct and corruption shows no sign of abating, including for historic offences and not having adequate preventive measures. We will look at how this can be tied into corporate culture to build a workforce able to identify and prevent economic crimes.

Business Ethics: Best Practices in Anti-Money Laundering (AML)

10 August 2017

ISCA House, Singapore

The seminar provides an overview of the developments in anti-money laundering, and what organizations can do to combat money laundering.

Business Ethics: Anti-Bribery & Corruption

11 August 2017

ISCA House, Singapore

The seminar provides an overview of key local and international standards and laws that relate to bribery and corruption. It includes an overview of key policy measures a company can take in safeguarding the organisation – in particular around facilitation of payments, gifts and entertainment.

Certified Compliance Professional

20 – 24 August 2017

Dubai, UAE

The Certified Compliance Professional course will provide participants with the relevant skills and knowledge, both in theory and in practice, to undertake the role of a compliance professional. The content covers key area needed to move, both as an individual, and as an organisation, towards a state of sustainable compliance, achieving compliance maturity through enhanced Governance, Risk and Compliance frameworks and principles. Using international benchmarks and standards, we will cover key areas of best practice, aligning these to regulatory requirements and developing key skills used by compliance practitioners.

Certified Compliance Professional

25 – 29 September 2017

Nairobi, Africa

The Certified Compliance Professional is a program designed for Corporate Officers who are responsible for implementation of compliance programs internally within their corporation. It has two program formats, one for listed companies, and the other for banks and financial institutions who require Basel II and Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance.

CISI Combating Financial Crime

19 – 23 November 2017

Riyadh, KSA

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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