ACAMS Singapore Chapter, APAC Fraud & Scams Work Group for GCFFC
Andrew is a practitioner within the legal & regulatory compliance spaces in the APAC region, where he has spent more than 20 years working in various financial services firms. He has had a diverse portfolio of senior appointments, covering corporate & investment banking, private & retail banking, securities & futures licensees, fund management, digital transformation as project manager for regulatory projects, and which includes a period as external regulatory legal counsel. Within those portfolios, he advised on anti-money laundering/countering the financing of terrorism, sanctions, fraud, new products, data privacy, LIBOR and LIBOR-related rate setting issues and transition, technology and data center related issues, digital transformation and digital asset advisory. He is also currently developing blockchain related projects in the KYC and NFT spaces, including other non-DLT RegTech ventures, for which he has or will file provisional patents. Andrew is currently the Co-Chair of the ACAMS Singapore Chapter, and the Co-Chair of the Fraud & Scams APAC work group under the GCFFC banner. He speaks and teaches on crypto regulation and AML, and on culture & conduct, having obtained certifications on blockchain from MIT Sloan, artificial intelligence from the Said Business School of the University of Oxford, and on crypto AML from ManchesterCF/Elliptic. Andrew is an Advocate & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore, and Atorney-at-Law, New York State.