BAFT Financial Crime Compliance Workshop – Hong Kong
August 15, 2017
35/F One Pacific Place
88 Queensway, Hong Kong

Overview | Program | Speakers

Workshop Trainer


Radish Singh

Partner, Deloitte Forensic, Financial Crime Compliance

Ms. Radish Singh has 20+ years of experience in the field of financial services regulations, compliance, anti-bribery and corruption, conduct of business and financial crime (AML/ Sanctions). She currently leads Deloitte’s South East Asia Financial Crime Compliance practice. Her clientele incudes major global and local Banks in Singapore. 

Broadly, her experience includes regulatory, business conduct policy formulation, legislative drafting, anti-money laundering, outsourcing, implementing anti-bribery and corruption policy, advising on data protection matters, establishing corporate governance codes, stock exchange supervision / rules and securities laws. Ms. Singh has been actively presenting on global regulatory reform as a result of the G20 initiatives to major banks and institutions in Singapore as well as in various public forums. She has led numerous assignments on other regulatory matters including data protection. Radish has also worked on commission rates setting and review of fee charged by regulators to sustain a self-funding model.

She has in her previous role led an engagement with the Association of Banks in Singapore to revise and modernise their AML guidelines for the banking industry in Singapore. She has advised the Institute of Banking and Finance Singapore on revising their compliance and AML industry standards modules. She has also in her experience drafted corporate governance and code of ethics codes along with Board charters.

Ms. Singh has gained her experience from premier organizations such as PwC, Securities Commission Malaysia, Dubai Financial Services Authority, The Royal Bank of Scotland, HSBC, Dubai International Financial Centre Authority and DIFC Investments. She was an Executive Committee member of the Dubai International Financial Centre Authority and Data Protection Commissioner for Dubai International Financial Centre (based on the EU Data Privacy law). She has previously headed Compliance and Risk function and held a regional head role for KYC / CDD function for a major global bank.

More recently Radish has been undertaking and leading numerous projects on financial crime including AML, sanctions and risk assessments for numerous global and regional banks (both investment and private banks) as well as training on conduct.




Chris Cheung

Partner, Deloitte Forensic, China/Hong Kong

Mr. Chris Cheung is a Partner at Deloitte Forensic in China/Hong Kong specializing in Financial Crime Compliance, AML and Forensic Analytics. Over the last 17 years, he has been involved in a wide range of projects such as AML risk rating model, risk assessments, sanctions look back projects in HK, Macau and China and other regulatory projects throughout Asia, Europe and the US. He is also a frequent speaker to professional and regulatory bodies.

Mr. Cheung has led efforts in assisting key government agencies on their AML/CFT Risk Assessments, performed independent assessments under S21 of AMLO, established AML/CTF controls including the policy, procedures, transaction and sanction monitoring, periodic and on-going monitoring procedures, STR reporting as well as compliance and internal auditor procedures etc.