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1. The IRDA – Click here
2. Financial Crimes in Singapore – Click here
3. SME Go Digital & E-Invoicing – Click here
4. IMDA Data Protection Trustmark – Click here
5. Overview of ETA & Electronic Signature – Click here
6. The Major trend in AMLCFT for trust and CSPs – Click here
7. Employment Law in Singapore – Click here
8. CSPs Safeguarding a trusted business environment with robust AMLCFT checks – Click here
9. How to increase adoption of Cybersecurity solutions – Click here
*The slides for “Insights on STRs filed by CSPs” will not be shared. The STRO team encourages you, the conference delegates to register for a SONAR account (STRO’s online reporting platform), as well as refer to STRO’s publication on the SONAR platform.
Registering for a SONAR account with STRO will allow you to receive the latest updates on reporting methods, guidelines and sector-specific red flag indicators. The SONAR User Guide for STR User provided in the website informs of the functions of SONAR and how to e-file STRs on SONAR.
For more information on SONAR, you may wish to visit https://www.police.gov.sg/sonar.
For enquiries on registering for a SONAR account, CSPs may contact the SONAR team at SPF_STRO_IT_Team@spf.gov.sg.
The ’new normal’ became a common phrase, even before we knew what the full impact of the coronavirus pandemic might be. But what does the ’new normal’ really mean?
How does it affect the CSP industry?
The E-conference provides valuable takeaways from Regulatory Updates, as well as Compliance and Governance practices to assist CSPs to tackle the changes faced in the ‘new normal’ digital age.
Hot topic that will be covered in the E-Conference #1
Insights on STRs filed by CSPs by the STRO
Suspicious Transaction Reports (STR) play an important role in combating money laundering and terrorism financing. A high level of suspicious transaction reporting is an internationally accepted indicator of the existence of a strong Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) regime.
Since the establishment of the Suspicious Transaction Reporting Office (STRO) in January 2000, the number of STRs received by the STRO has risen steadily over the years. These STRs have been helpful in the detection of a number of significant cases.
Hot topic that will be covered in the E-Conference #2
The Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act (IRDA)
The IRDA is an omnibus legislation consolidates the personal and corporate insolvency and debt restructuring laws into a single piece of legislation, as well as updates relevant laws to be aligned with international best practices.
Together with the new pieces of subsidiary legislation, the IRDA ensures that Singapore’s insolvency and restructuring laws remain progressive and modern, whilst balancing the interests of debtors, creditors and other stakeholders.
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