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

Anti-Money Laundering and Regulatory Compliance

27 October 2017


Increased scrutiny from the G20 on Money Laundering Practices, changes to the Financial Action Task Force Recommendations, and an increased appetite for sanctions against offending firms have all contributed to increased regulatory burdens being placed on financial services organisations and their employees. This session will give participants an overview of the current risk and liability regime centred on Anti-Money Laundering (AML).

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

02 November 2017


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

A Foundation to Intermediate level programme intended for Practising and Non-Practising Accountants and Auditors. Professionals who may have the chance to come across money laundering in their work are welcome to attend. CFOs, Internal Auditors, Finance Managers, Risk Managers and Department Supervisors who would like understand about the issues surrounding money laundering are welcome to attend.

Business Ethics: Anti-Bribery & Corruption

07 November 2017


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.

GRC Specialist

08 – 10 November 2017

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

This course places the role of the GRC professional in an array of overlapping contexts in order to help students attain a deep, immersive analysis of the field, the work and its discrete functions. From surveying the broader global regulatory frameworks that underpin compliance, to exploring the responsibilities and powers that devolve onto GRC professionals, we proceed to a considered study of the function of, and industry roles associated with, compliance. From there we examine how to manage compliance risk, adopting a rigorous risk management approach, before delving into the idiosyncratic complexities posed by Ethics, Governance and Culture.

Anti-Money Laundering Workshop

20 November 2017

Melbourne, Australia

Anti-money laundering obligations have become increasingly complex and far-reaching. Increased scrutiny from the G20 on money laundering practices, changes to the Financial Action Task Force Recommendations and an increased appetite for sanctions against offending firms have led to new regulatory burdens. This session gives an overview of the current global liability regime, while also exploring local anti-money laundering laws:

  • Recent legislative and policy changes locally, regionally and globally
  • emerging financial crime issues, including misuse of new technology, conduct risk issues and inadequate GRC frameworks
  • The evolving sanctions regime and impact on financial institutions
  • The importance and implementation of the risk based approach for assessments and adequate mitigation
  • Know Your Customer (KYC) and Behavioural Monitoring, including advanced technology solutions for improved compliance efficiency

Certified Compliance Professional

26 – 30 November 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 (SG)

13 – 15 December 2017

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

This comprehensive Certified Compliance Professional (CCP)TM program will provide you with essential compliance management skills and information about the latest regulatory and legislative changes specific to the region, to guide you through an increasingly complex compliance environment and appropriately develop a strong culture of compliance within your organization.

Through identifying what drives the compliance exposure both at home and abroad, you will learn to develop an effective organizational response to mitigate the risk consequences of non-compliance, and minimize the implications of Sarbanes Oxley for corporate accountability and ethical behaviour. Besides meeting regulatory requirements, you will also learn how to satisfy the demands of your stakeholders by utilizing flexibilities and grace periods within the regulations. Furthermore, you will be equipped with strategies to optimize organizational structure for compliance and promote behavioral change in creating a pro-active culture of prevention.

Driven by practical examples and interactive case studies, this program will ensure that you walk away with both theoretical considerations and contemporary applications of compliance and risk issuesrelevant to your organization, and strong networking relationships with industry peers and regulators.

As a graduate of the program, you will be designated as a Certified Compliance Professional (CCP)TM, a title that you can use in your resume and business card. With more than 2000 individuals having earned their CCP designation, the credential has become well-regarded as the leading executive education program for compliance and regulatory professionals.

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