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AICB Cyberchase 2018


Date:
29 September 2018
Venue: Conference Hall 1, Sasana Kijang, Bank Negara Malaysia

Mark your calendars for the 29th of September 2018 and join the Asian Institute of Chartered Bankers (AICB) at our very first AICB Cyberchase 2018!

The AICB Cyberchase 2018 is all about sharpening your problem-solving skills, building team spirit, and fostering camaraderie with fellow participants — all while having a fun time! In the spirit of healthy competition, participants will zip around Klang Valley, battling city traffic (and fellow participants!) to find hidden clues that will lead them to complete their given missions successfully. Plenty of goodies await you at the AICB Cyberchase 2018, including a chance to win exciting prizes at the lucky draw!




Global Payment Summit-Asia 2018


Date:
19-20 September 2018
Venue: Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur

Global Payment Summit-Asia 2018 takes a new direction onboarding creative initiatives starting with a special collaboration forged with PayNet Group, Malaysia’s premier payment system network and central infrastructure for financial markets. Together, we will deep-dive into key developments in the payments and transaction space. GPS will focus on debate and discuss essentials on instant/faster payments, security issues, regulatory reform, easy x-border payments, efficient remittances solutions and many more aspects within our ‘space’.




Corporate Liability Provision: "What it is, and how will my company be affected?"


Date:
6 September 2018 | 9.00 AM – 1.00 PM
Venue: Sime Darby Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur

On 4 May 2018, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (Amendment) Act 2018 was gazetted, introducing corporate liability for corruption offences for the first time in Malaysia. Once enforcement begins, company directors and senior management will be held personally liable for acts of corruption (or ‘gratification’) committed by the company, either by personnel or parties acting on behalf the organisation. Penalties include fines and prison sentences of up to 20 years for those in charge of the company at the time of the offence. Companies which have been proactive in preventing corruption occurring can present the defence of having “adequate procedures” in place. These consist of the key elements of an anti-bribery system, comprising primarily policies and procedures as set out by ISO 37001, a recently published certifiable standard. This seminar explains the details of corporate liability and the procedures which companies should put into place in preparation for the enforcement of the MACC (Amendment) Act 2018. The speaker, Dr Mark Lovatt, is an internationally-recognised expert in private sector corruption, and a Lead Implementer for ISO 37001.




Powering The Winds of Change: The Shift to Cyber Resilience


Date:
5 – 6 September 2018
Venue: Conference Hall 1, Sasana Kijang, Bank Negara Malaysia

Increased complexities in banking regulations and the emergence of new financial technologies have brought about fresh challenges in addressing the risks associated with banks.

It has become imperative, with the rapidly evolving nature of cyberthreats, that financial institutions need to work harder than just focussing on strengthening their cybersecurity efforts to keep financial systems and their ecosystems safe. There is a strong global push by regulators, governments and leading security organisations to adopt a more holistic approach to addressing cyberthreats by building stronger cyber resilience — the new gold security standard — to mitigate the risk of cyberattacks. This event will provide insight into the latest issues and trends in cybersecurity, cyberattacks and how financial organisations can become cyber resilient by adopting various strategic approaches, which include business planning, information security, organisational governance, assessment of digital systems and more.




Pathway to a Governance Practitioner Programme


Intake 1:
September 2018 – April 2019

(MICG) in collaboration with The ICLIF Leadership and Governance Centre (ICLIF) and Trident Integrity Solutions Sdn Bhd (TRIDENT) is introducing a new programme, Pathway to a Governance Practitioner Programme.




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The Association of Banks in Malaysia (ABM) was formed in November 1973. Our membership is currently made up of the 27 commercial banks operating in Malaysia.

Since its inception, ABM has been actively involved in various initiatives to promote and strengthen the commercial banking industry to become more resilient, effective and efficient.

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