In recent years, the financial industry has widely adopted the terminology of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Generative AI (GenAI), and Machine Learning (ML) on a broad scale. Despite this widespread adoption, the operational landscape for numerous financial institutes remains largely unchanged. Many continue to rely on rule-based or black-box models within their financial crime systems. Consequently, these institutions still grapple with the high costs and risks associated with ineffective financial crime prevention mechanisms.

In this session, KPMG in Singapore will share insights into our applications, challenges, and misconceptions encountered in leveraging the power of AI, GenAI, and ML within the realm of the financial crime space, and what we envisage to be the future of the industry leveraging these advanced technologies. Additionally, Microsoft will delve into the capabilities of how Microsoft Azure enables secure data sharing for financial institutions, allowing compliance teams to unlock new value from data not only to drive better customer outcomes but also to improve their protection against financial crime.

Also, hear perspectives from industry experts at KPMG in Singapore, Microsoft and UOB on how institutions have taken advantage of advanced technologies to combat financial crime as well as navigating regulatory concerns to strike a balance between innovation and adherence to rules.

Key Speakers

  • Lem Chin Kok, Partner, Head of Forensic, Asia Pacific, KPMG in Singapore
  • Vishal Singhvi, Director, Customer Experience and Success, Microsoft in Singapore
  • Juan Madera Jimenez, FSI Lead, Microsoft in Singapore
  • Eric Ang, Executive Director, Group Head of AML Analytics and Insights, UOB


This event promises an engaging discussion, accompanied by an opportunity to network with fellow professionals. Admission is complimentary, but early registration is highly recommended to secure your spot. Please confirm your availability for the event by clicking the registration button above. If you are unable to join, please extend this invitation to other members of your organisation.

We look forward to welcoming and engaging with you at the event.

Tuesday, 14 May 2024

9.00 am - 9.30 am
(Registration & Networking Breakfast)

9.30 am - 11.30 am

Microsoft Singapore
182 Cecil Street, Frasers Tower
Room 11 MPR-A005
Singapore 069547

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