OpRisk Asia 2021

Featuring a stellar line-up of industry thought leaders, Operational Risk Asia will reflect the ebb and flow of industry trends and delve deep into everything from next-generation ORM and GRC to adaptive scenario analysis and cyber risk quantification.


OpRisk Asia Virtual 2021

24-25 March 2021

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Senior oprisk professionals

looking to solve and discuss key challenges in operational risk



leading the way for oprisk strategy


In-depth sessions

covering topics from third-party risk to machine learning

Informed by the editorial excellence of Asia Risk, OpRisk Asia will return as virtual on March 24-25, 2021.

This industry must-attend conference gathers senior operational risk professionals from top-tier banks, buy-side firms and regulators from across Asia to discuss and learn best practice approaches on topics from conduct to cyber risk.


Learning objectives at OpRisk Asia

  • Define operational resilience and business continuity for your firm

  • Learn how to build cyber resilience in a fast-evolving landscape of threats

  • Prepare for the future of risk, including climate change, digititalzation and more

  • Ensure regional data compliance and mitigating the risk of a breach

  • Keep pace with AML and fraud evolution, mitigate risk and avoid fines

  • Get up-to-speed with the shifting environment of third party and vendor risk


Dominic Wu

Managing director, senior risk manager, Asia-Pacific

BNY Mellon

Dominic Wu is the managing director and senior risk manager at Bank of New York Mellon, covering APAC risk activities. Dominic has over 20 years of experience in banking, securities, asset management and consultancy. He is a qualified accountant, fraud examiner and professional risk manager and received his MBA from the University of Hull in the UK.

Dominic is often sought to speak on risk management and provides training to regulators, universities, financial institutions and professional bodies. He is the founding member of the Asia Financial Risk Think Tank and chairman of the Hong Kong Chapter of the Institute of Operational Risk (IOR).

Francis Choi

Head of AML

Ping An OneConnect Bank (HK) Ltd

Francis is the Head of Financial Crime Compliance of PAOBank with 23 years of experience working in Finance Crime Compliance, Anti-money laundering and Fraud investigation fields of insurers and banks across Asia Pacific. Francis specializes in Cross-border and complex fraud investigation, AML Investigation and FCC process optimization, and big data analysis application.

Jessica Bartlett

Director - Financial Crime Legal APAC


Jessica Bartlett is the Director of Financial Crime Legal – APAC at Barclays and is based in Hong Kong.  Jessica advises compliance and legal teams, business lines and senior management across the APAC region on financial crime issues including economic sanctions, export controls, anti-money laundering, fraud, and anti-corruption.    

Jessica relocated from New York to Hong Kong in 2015.  Before joining Barclays in 2018, Jessica was an associate with Shearman & Sterling LLP and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.  Jessica clerked for the Honorable Sidney H. Stein, District Judge for the Southern District of New York.  Jessica holds a Juris Doctor from the University of Illinois, Master of Arts in Philosophy from Brandeis University, and two Bachelors of Arts degrees in Art History and Political Science from Southern Methodist University.  Jessica is Chairman of the Board of Governors for the American Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong. 

Jemy K. Soegiarto

SVP, Operational & Enterprise Risk Head

UOB Indonesia

Jemy is the Head of Market, Balance Sheet and Operational Risk of Bank UOB Indonesia and responsible for market, balance sheet, operational risk (including fraud and technology risks), and enterprise risk units. Jemy has more than 20 years of experience in the banking and held roles across risk management and internal audit at some of Indonesian large banks, including BCA, Danamon, CIMB Niaga, and Maybank Indonesia.

Ricky Tang

Head of Technology Risk Management

Bank of China

Ricky Tang joined Bank of China International in 2019 as the Head of Technology Risk Management, responsible for technology risk and cyber security controls in the bank. Prior to that he worked in various multi-nationals such as Telstra International, Fubon Bank, UBS and ING, with responsibilities in cyber security, information security, fraud investigation, and IT operational risk management.
Ricky has set up technology risk management frameworks for FSIs that integrate with enterprise risk frameworks, defining policies and standards, creating operating models and technical procedures, managing cyber security operation services, as well as ensuring compliance to regulatory requirements. He is passionate in advancing the industry’s risk management practices as well as staying on the edge of technological advancements.

Azlinaton Saadiah Abdul Latiff

Vice President, Head of Operational Risk

Al Rajhi Bank

Dakshinamurti Chirravuri

Group Head of Operational Risk

Bank ABC

Kamran Saeed

Head of Risk and Compliance

Australian Military Bank

Kamran Saeed possess over twenty years of experience across financial services in Assurance, Risk and Compliance including regulatory compliance. He has worked in APAC region and spent last eleven years in Australian financial services market based in Sydney. Kamran developed and implemented of overall Governance, Strategy and Policies for Regulatory Compliance and Assurance, Policy Frameworks, Enterprise Risk Management Framework, Internal Audit Methodologies, Internal Controls Design and enhancements. Most recently Kamran has been working with Australian regulators on behalf of local financial services businesses and worked on numerous remediation projects and prudential consultations. 
Kamran has worked with organisations like MUFG, Zurich Financial Services and Australian Military Bank. Most recently Kamran worked as Chief Risk Officer for Australian Military Bank. 
Kamran holds a Master in Law (LLM) from The University of Sydney and also a Chartered Accountant (CA) and member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ). 

Joydeep Lahiri

ASEAN Head and Director | Operational Risk Management


Nathan Lau

Head of Operational Risk

DBS Bank

Nathan is currently the Head of Operational Risk Management in DBS Bank Hong Kong Ltd. taking a leadership role in driving an effective and efficient operational risk management program across the Bank, promoting the safety and soundness of the Bank’s operating environment.  He has been working in the financial services and management consulting industry for over 20 years and has held senior roles in both risk management and technology delivery in Hong Kong and Australia.  Nathan has and continues to be actively engaged in information technology industry developments and adoption affecting the risk management landscape.  Nathan holds an Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) from Australian Graduate School of Management.

Anzar Mulyantoro

Bank Mandiri

Head of AML Advisory Department

• Master of Management majoring in Financial Management from University of Gadjah Mada (UGM) Yogyakarta with GPA 3.57 – Graduated 2007
• Economics Degree majoring in Accounting from Indonesia College of Economics – Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi ‘Indonesia’ - STEI, Jakarta with GPA 3.15 – Graduated February 2001
• Executive Education at University of Michigan Stephen M. Ross School of Business, Ann Arbor-Michigan USA.
• International Advanced Certificate in Compliance and Financial Crime from International Compliance Training (ICT), Birmingham, UK – Certified.
• Certified in Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) from Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists-ACAMS, Miami, USA.
• Anti-Money Laundering & Counter-Terrorism Financing Conference organized by ACAMS
• AML & CFT Certification organized by Indonesian Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre – Central Bank of Indonesia – Communication Forum of Compliance Director
• Risk Management Cetification - Level 3
• Financial Crime and Compliance Training (Fraud Prevention and AML/CFT Compliance) organized by Bankers Association for Risk Management (BARa)
• Risk Management Certification from Indonesian Bankers Association

Work experiences: 
A. BANKING ORGANIZATION : PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk.
- Head of AML CFT (January 2017 – now)
- Head of Decentralized Compliance & Operational Risk (April – December 2016)
- AML CFT Team Leader (June 2014 – March 2016)
- Compliance Officer (June 2008 – May 2014)
- Accounting Staff (July 2002 – May 2008)

• Financial GRC Week – AML & Financial Crime Asia Summit 2019, Singapore, “Know Your Correspondent’s (KYC-C): De-Risking Correspondent Banking”
• Financial GRC Week – AML & Financial Crime Asia Summit 2018, Singapore “Establishing a Comprehensive Financial Crime Risk Framework across Client Onboarding and Surveillance”.

Peter Lam

Head of Digital Risk

Bank of East Asia

Peter Lam is Head of Risk Oversight and Risk Transformation for The Bank of East Asia, based in Hong Kong. He is responsible for the implementation of Enterprise Risk Management framework, risk oversight, ESG and climate change risk and other risk transformation initatives of the bank group. Peter brings with him international best practices in Risk Management having spent more than 20 years working with major financial institutions in Australia, UK, Europe, Asia, Hong Kong and China. Peter specialize in banking and has a diversified experiences in risk and regulations from assisting organisations to establish sound risk management frameworks and regulatory compliance. Prior to joining BEA, Peter was the Regional head of Risk Appetite and Governance for HSBC, based in Hong Kong. As a former partner of Big Four accounting and advisory firm, Peter has led major risk transformation and consulting projects across the region.

Thomas Kok

Head of Group Tech, Info & Cyber Risk


Thomas is currently the Head of Group Technology Information & Cyber Risk (TICR) for the OCBC Group, where he chairs the bank's Group Technology Risk Management Committee, and is responsible for driving group-wide risk governance, risk monitoring, assessment and mitigation initiatives relating to technology, information and cyber risk.
Prior to his current role, he has served in regional and global leadership positions across Technology Risk Management, Business Continuity Management, and Information Technology Management in DBS Group, Credit Suisse AG, UOB Group and Citibank.
Thomas contributes actively to the development of the industry by participating in various committees and working groups.  These include being the vice chair of ABS Standing Committee on Cyber Security (SCCS), and chair of ABS Working Group on Revision of MAS Tech Risk Management Guidelines (PEGASUS).  Previously, he has also served as organising committee chairperson of the ABS-MAS Financial Industry Crisis Communications Exercise (FICCE) 2016, organising committee member of the ABS-MAS Industry-wide Exercise (IWE) Raffles IV 2014, and member of ABS Business Resilience and Continuity Committee (BRC). 
He often shares his insights at conferences and seminars helping to elevate competencies across the industry.  These include conferences related to FS-ISAC, RSA, ISACA, and SCS on topics of cyber security and resilience, business continuity management, crisis management and technology risk management.
Thomas holds an MBA from NUS Business School, an honours degree in computer science, and industry certifications of CISM, CRISC and CITBCM.

Company profile

Singapore Exchange is Asia’s leading and trusted market infrastructure, operating equity, fixed income and derivatives markets to the highest regulatory standards. As Asia’s most international, multi-asset exchange, SGX provides listing, trading, clearing, settlement, depository and data services, with about 40% of listed companies and over 80% of listed bonds originating outside of Singapore.

SGX is the world’s most liquid international market for the benchmark equity indices of China, India, Japan and ASEAN and offers commodities and currency derivatives products. Headquartered in AAA-rated Singapore, SGX is globally recognised for its risk management and clearing capabilities. For more information, please visit www.sgx.com.

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