We Will Be Speaking At The Webinar: FATF Red Flag Indicators Report On Virtual Assets

In view of the latest Red Flags Indicator Report on Virtual Assets (cryptocurrencies) issued by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the Blockchain Association of Singapore (BAS)’s Regulatory and Compliance Sub-Committee will be hosting a webinar to discuss the recent FATF report and the downstream impact it has on Financial Institutions.

Our CEO & Co-Founder, Chionh Chye Kit, alongside with several esteemed veteran speakers in the regulatory industry, will be diving into some of the interesting questions and sharing their thoughts on the latest FATF report. Attendees will also be able to walk away with a better understanding on the following:

  • How will the FATF report impact your business?

  • What are the key risks that you should be mindful of?

  • How will this impact your compliance program?

We would like to warmly welcome and invite all interested individuals to join us in this webinar. The details of the webinar are as follows:

Date: 23 September 2020

Time: 3PM - 4:30PM SGT

Participants who are interested in attending the webinar can visit https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3FJFcRFmR6SeorsneKiUKQ to register your interest now!

About Cynopsis Solutions

Founded in 2014 and headquartered in Singapore, Cynopsis Solutions offers RegTech solutions designed to digitise and automate Compliance and regulatory processes, in particular know-your-customer, anti-money laundering, and counter-terrorism financing. Cynopsis Solutions’ accolades include MAS FinTech Awards (2018), RegTech100 (2018, 2019) and Financial Times Top 50 High Growth Companies in Asia-Pacific.

Our end-to-end KYC/AML solutions are designed according to the global FATF recommendations, applicable to more than 180 jurisdictions and is already helping more than a thousand B2B customers in the Banking, Financial Services, FinTech and Cryptocurrency, Professional Services and Gaming sectors globally.

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