Andrew Koh, an alum of the Class of 2010 MS in Risk Management Program and the Class of 2008 MS in Global Finance Program, is scheduled to speak at several prestigious conferences this Spring.
On April 22nd and 23rd, Andrew will speak in a round-table discussion on Fraud & Identification at the Cards and Payments Asia 2015 conference, Asia’s largest cards and payments event. The conference will feature 200 speakers, 120 sessions, major cards and payment vendors’ exhibitors, and 10,000+ attendees.
On April 28th and 29th, Andrew will travel to Singapore to speak at Big Data World Show Singapore 2015, which will showcase how to leverage Big Data and Analytics to enhance security using risk management within a technology space. He will present a case study titled “Unlocking the Value of Big Data and Analytics to Increase Security.”
On April 29th, Andrew will also speak at the 2nd E-Crime & Information Security Singapore Summit, one of the most prestigious information security events in South East Asia that represents global business, government, the military and law enforcement agencies. His talk is titled “Are your e-payment systems vulnerable to fraud, money laundering and other financial crimes?”
Finally, on May 5th, he will give a talk at the prestigious Financial Times Mastering AML & KYC 2015 conference in Singapore. He will discuss regulatory risk and compliance risk areas covering Anti-Money Laudering and Know-Your-Customer.
Andrew is a thought leader, risk and governance expert. He has presented to boards, senior management and industry experts from central banks, government agencies, financial institutions and corporations in major conferences. Andrew has almost 25 years working in banking, finance, cards and payment sectors’ risk and governance related roles.