D2E: Fintech and Regtech Regulation and Digital Asset Management and Protection
This 3-hour session is part of the Data and Digital Economy Law Series. It focuses on the regulation of cryptocurrencies and digital tokens, AI and data analytics in finance and technology risk management in finance. Participants can expect to learn about the taxonomy of crypto assets, risks in the crypto ecosystem and MAS’ approaches, guidelines and laws governing the use of AI in finance, technology risk management, cyber hygiene and outsourcing.
16 February 2024, 9.30am - 12.45pm
SAL, Stamford 1 & 2, The Adelphi #08 -08, 1 Coleman Street (S179803)
CPD Points : 3
|9:30am||Taxonomy of crypto assets, risks and MAS’ approach|
|9:45am||Regulatory framework of cryptoassets in Singapore|
|11.15 am||AI and data analytics in finance|
|12.15 pm||Technology risk management in finance|
Mr Joey Pang
Senior Vice-President, Group Legal, Compliance & Secretariat, DBS Bank
Joey is a technology lawyer and legal technologist with DBS Bank. In his day to day work, Joey spends his time between three broad areas vis., (a) legal and compliance advisory on the bank’s technology, procurement, and anti-money laundering initiatives, (b) advocacy efforts on regulatory issues relating to emergent technology such as data innovation, data ethics and AI governance, and (c) transformation projects within the bank that brings about new capabilities and ways of working for legal and compliance functions.
Beyond his work at DBS, Joey is actively involved in a number of professional committees, bodies and engagement. He is the deputy chair for the AI Ethics and Governance Certification Committee convened by the Singapore Computer Society and IMDA, vice-chair of the Cybersecurity and Data Protection Committee and a member of the Continuing Professional Development and Information Technology committees of the Law Society of Singapore.
Joey also serves on the management committee of AsiaDPO, and is appointed to the Expert Panel of SMU’s Centre for AI and Data Governance.
SILE Accredited CPD Activity
Number of Public CPD Points: 3.0
Practice Area: Telecommunications, Media & Technology
Training Level: Intermediate
SILE Attendance Policy
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