Asia Risk is delighted to present our 9th annual Risk ASEAN conference, the leading incubator for risk practitioners and investment professionals to share best practices in financial risk management in the region.

The 9th Annual 

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20-21 May 2021 | Virtual Conference


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Leading international and local financial institutions from 10 member states



The most influential decision-makers from buy-side firms and banks



World class speakers featuring regulators and industry experts

Burin Adulwattana

Chief Economist

Bangkok Bank

Burin Adulwattana is Chief Economist and Strategist at Bangkok Bank with research publications on the global economic outlook and trends for interest rates and currencies. For the past couple of years, he has given talks on the Thai economic outlook to several Thai corporates, as well as at the Fitch Thailand Investor Briefing. In addition, he has often been asked for his views on the Thai economy, monetary policy and exchange rates by Bloomberg. Prior to joining Bangkok Bank, Burin worked for the Bank of Thailand as a global market strategist at the foreign reserve management department and as a FX strategist at Credit Agricole HK. He holds BA and MA degrees in mathematics and economics from Cambridge University.

Paul Bishop

Director, Credit Risk Solutions


Paul Bishop is the Product Lead for Credit Analytics in S&P Global Market Intelligence’s Asia Pacific Risk Services team, based in Singapore. He is responsible for Credit Analytics Product business across Asia Pacific. Paul has experience as a product manager in the credit and counterparty risk space and was previously Product Manager - Ratings & Credit Content in EMEA, based in London. Prior to this Paul focused on EMEA product strategy covering Investment & Commercial Banks, Private Equity and Credit Markets.

Paul joined S&P Global Market Intelligence in 2011 in London, UK. Paul holds a BA (Hons) in Political Science & International Relations from the University of Birmingham and a CFA IMC.

Karin Boonlertvanich

First Senior Vice President


Dr. Karin Boonlertvanich is currently the First Senior Vice President at Kasikornbank, Thailand. He takes care of Central Treasury, Strategic Treasury and Data Analytics departments. His main responsibilities include strategic balance sheet management, investment portfolio decision, liquidity management, and financial data analytics.

Prior to his current appointment, he was the Head of Central Treasury department and Head of Assets and Liabilities Management.

He holds his Ph.D. and MS in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, USA. He is a CAIA (Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst), CAP (Certified Analytics Professional), and FRM (Financial Risk Manager) designation holder. He is also an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Accountancy and Commerce, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.

Dr. Karin is a frequent speaker at industry-related conferences in the area of liquidity management, interest rate risk management, treasury management and fund transfer pricing.

Benjamin E. Diokno, Ph.D.


Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

Dr. Diokno is the current Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP). Prior to his appointment, he served as Budget Secretary from 2016 to 2019. On his third tour of duty at the Department of Budget and Management (DBM), he pursued an expansionary fiscal policy to finance investments in human capital development and public infrastructure. As Governor, he is not only pursuing the BSP mandates of price stability, financial stability, and an efficient payments and settlements system; but also endeavors to bring central banking closer to the people.

His policy expertise and research contribution extend to various areas of public economics, such as the structure and scope of government, tax policies and reforms, public expenditure management analysis, fiscal decentralization, national budget and public debt among other topics. He has extensive experience in implementing reforms at the public sector, having also served as Budget Undersecretary from 1986 to 1991 and Budget Secretary from 1998 to 2001.

He is Professor Emeritus of the University of the Philippines-Diliman. Over more than 40 years, he taught the following courses: Public Sector Economics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Development Economics and Special Topics (e.g., Public Enterprises Investment and Pricing Policies; Public Sector Reforms; Local Government Finance, etc.). He was also Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (City University of Manila).

He served as Fiscal Adviser to the Philippine Senate.  He also served as Chairman and CEO of the Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC) and Chairman of the Local Water Utilities Administration.

Some of the major policy reform contributions of Dr. Diokno include: providing technical assistance to the 1986 Tax Reform Program to simplify the income tax system and introduce the value-added tax, helping design the 1991 Local Government Code of the Philippines, initiating a What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get policy to streamline the release of funds, sponsoring the internationally-lauded Government Procurement Reform Act to modernize, regulate, and standardize government procurement activities in the Philippines.

He served as an adviser and consultant to various multilateral agencies like the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, European Commission, and USAID for work in the Philippines, China and transitioning economies like Vietnam, Cambodia, and Mongolia.

 He has also participated in numerous international conferences hosted by the IMF, ADB, World Bank, APEC, UN among other international organizations. Beyond this, he has authored numerous publications and discussion papers regarding his research interests that have been published in academic journals and policy reports.

He finished his Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of the Philippines (1968), and earned his Master’s Degree in Public Administration (1970) and Economics (1974) from the same university. He also holds a Master of Arts in Political Economy (1976) from the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, USA and a Ph.D. in Economics (1981) from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York, USA.

Suiunbek Ibraev

Head of Analytics and Market Price Control, Market Risk Management


Dr Ibraev is in charge of analytics and market price control in the market risk management department of OCBC Bank. His responsibilities include validation of derivative valuation models, asset and liabilities management methodologies, oversight of the market data.

Dr Ibraev has 19 years of banking experience. Prior to joining OCBC Bank he worked in Frankfurt, London and Singapore as a front office quant in Dresdner Kleinwort, Commerzbank, VTB Capital, ANZ specialising in interest rate and foreign exchange derivatives. Models developed by Dr Ibraev had been deployed into the production systems, and been used for pricing, hedging and risk management.

He holds PhD in mathematics, global optimisation, from University of Wuppertal, Germany. Dr Ibraev's interests include parallel computing, cryptography, distributed ledger technology, FGPA accelerators, and machine learning.

Sushil Israni

Executive Director, Head of Risk Transformation

Bank of Singapore

‘An enhanced approach maximising a new Collateral Management Engine’

Pariwat Kanithasen

Deputy director

Bank of Thailand

Pariwat Kanithasen is Deputy Director of the Payment Systems Department of the Bank of Thailand. He is in charge of policies relating to Thailand’s international payment connectivity, particularly on retail payment linkages of Thailand with other countries in the region. He also represents Thailand in the ASEAN Working Committee on Payments and Settlements.

Prior to this, he was Deputy Director of the International Department of the Bank of Thailand, overseeing regional financial integration (ASEAN), as well as regional financial cooperation (ASEAN+3 Chiang Mai Initiative Multilateralisation). He was also Co-Chair of the ASEAN Working Committee on Financial Services Liberalisation. Furthermore, he was the Bank of Thailand’s chief negotiator of financial services and investment chapters of several regional and bilateral Free Trade Agreements (FTAs).

Between 2008 and 2010, he was seconded to the International Monetary Fund in Washington D.C., as an Advisor to the Executive Director of the South-East Asia Voting Group, representing the interests of Thailand and twelve other countries in the IMF’s Executive Board.

Michael Lor

Former CEO

Canadia Bank, Advisor to the Ministry of Economy and Finance, Cambodia

Datuk Michael has built a distinguish track-record of over 32 years across the Southeast Asian region as a senior-level banker with extensive focus in strategic business transformation, risk management and corporate governance; organization and human capital development.

He is presently an Advisor to the Ministry of Economy and Finance, Cambodia; where he led the development of the Strategic Frameworks for the SME Bank of Cambodia, the SME Sector Rejuvenation Initiative, and the Credit Guarantee Corporation of Cambodia, respectively.

Amongst his prior professional appointments, he was previously the CEO of Canadia Bank PLC, Cambodia; where he led the transformation of this local bank into a regional financial services group. Prior to Canadia Bank, he was the Group CEO of EON Bank Group, Malaysia. Under his leadership, the banking group was re-energized from being previously perceived as a non-descript player in the industry to being regarded as a rapidly growing universal commercial bank and one of the most talked about banking franchise in Malaysia.

He had also been the Worldwide Director for Banking Solutions with Hewlett Packard Worldwide; and prior to that, the Group Head of Consumer Banking for RHB Bank, Malaysia. Before he returned to Malaysia in 2004, he was a Managing Director with DBS Bank, Singapore for 17 years, serving in various senior management roles in both their Singapore and Thailand banking operations.

During his professional career, Datuk Michael had been involved in both the banking and technology industries; and have led businesses in Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and China, respectively. He is presently a passionate advocate of digital transformation and innovation in the region’s financial services industry; serving in various advisory functions and roles.

Edward McKeon

Director, Credit Risk Solutions

S&P Global Market Intelligence

Ed is a Director in the Credit Risk Solutions team of S&P Global Market Intelligence, based in Singapore. Since joining in 2012, he has managed and participated in the development, implementation, and validation of Basel II internal ratings systems, including Probability of Default (PD) and Loss Given Default (LGD) for low-default asset classes, for numerous clients across the EMEA and APAC regions.

Ed is part of the team in APAC, heading ASEAN & Pacific operations, since 2017. Prior to this he was part of the EMEA team in London, charged with managing our financial institutions (both banking and non-banking) Probability of Default (PD) solutions and delivering PD complex solutions and consultative assignments for Banks.

Ed holds an undergraduate degree in Accounting & Finance from Durham University. Ed also holds a postgraduate Masters in Science (MSc) in Investment Analysis from Aston University.

Anita Menon

Chief Risk Officer

Prudential BSN Takaful Berhad

Anita Menon was appointed as Chief Risk Officer of Prudential BSN Takaful in May 2012. She is responsible for the Risk, Compliance, Legal and Government Relations functions and to drive the Company’s Risk & Regulatory programme. Additionally, Anita has led the implementation of a number of strategic regulatory projects across PruBSN. As CRO, Anita is also a member of the PruBSN Executive Committee and provides risk challenge in the development and execution of the company’s business strategies. She has also been an active contributor at the industry level through her participation in working groups involving both takaful & insurance associations.

Prior to joining Prudential, Anita served at KPMG Malaysia for 12 years and was a Partner and Head of Financial Risk Management and Strategic Management Services. She was also a member of KPMG’s Global Islamic Finance and Investments Group and was leading the Islamic Finance practice in Advisory for Malaysia at the time of leaving. Anita has worked extensively with clients locally and globally in the financial services sector in areas of strategic management, risk management, performance management and feasibility studies while at KPMG.

Anita is frequently invited as a speaker at trainings and conferences and has trained clients in areas such as Risk Management, Islamic finance and Performance Management. She also contributes to thought leadership development in these areas and has had a number of articles published. Anita was a working group member of the Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) that was involved in developing a set of new standards for the Retakaful Industry and was one of the invited speakers at a takaful training organized by the World Bank for the development of takaful in Abu Dhabi. She was also a panel member of the inaugural Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) Industry Advisory Executive Panel (IAEP). Anita holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Nottingham, UK. 

Jonathan Morgan


Kobe International Blockchain Research Centre

Experienced risk specialist and a lead researcher in AI, Machine Learning & Blockchain, with a passion to be the bridge between traditional banking and digital transformation. 16+ years track record of transforming business operations, enhancing processes via technologies, re-defining policies and frameworks in the risk & compliance environment and launching new ventures partnering with solution providers. 

Anzar Mulyantoro

Bank Mandiri

Head of AML Advisory Department

• Master of Management majoring in Financial Management from University of Gadjah Mada (UGM) Yogyakarta with GPA 3.57 – Graduated 2007
• Economics Degree majoring in Accounting from Indonesia College of Economics – Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi ‘Indonesia’ - STEI, Jakarta with GPA 3.15 – Graduated February 2001
• Executive Education at University of Michigan Stephen M. Ross School of Business, Ann Arbor-Michigan USA.
• International Advanced Certificate in Compliance and Financial Crime from International Compliance Training (ICT), Birmingham, UK – Certified.
• Certified in Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) from Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists-ACAMS, Miami, USA.
• Anti-Money Laundering & Counter-Terrorism Financing Conference organized by ACAMS
• AML & CFT Certification organized by Indonesian Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre – Central Bank of Indonesia – Communication Forum of Compliance Director
• Risk Management Cetification - Level 3
• Financial Crime and Compliance Training (Fraud Prevention and AML/CFT Compliance) organized by Bankers Association for Risk Management (BARa)
• Risk Management Certification from Indonesian Bankers Association

Work experiences: 
A. BANKING ORGANIZATION : PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk.
- Head of AML CFT (January 2017 – now)
- Head of Decentralized Compliance & Operational Risk (April – December 2016)
- AML CFT Team Leader (June 2014 – March 2016)
- Compliance Officer (June 2008 – May 2014)
- Accounting Staff (July 2002 – May 2008)

• Financial GRC Week – AML & Financial Crime Asia Summit 2019, Singapore, “Know Your Correspondent’s (KYC-C): De-Risking Correspondent Banking”
• Financial GRC Week – AML & Financial Crime Asia Summit 2018, Singapore “Establishing a Comprehensive Financial Crime Risk Framework across Client Onboarding and Surveillance”.

Wei You Pan

Director - Solutions Specialist

Moody’s Analytics

Mr. Wei You PAN is with Moody’s Analytics for more than 13 years and has been working with financial institutions in Asia Pacific in areas of Basel compliance, Balance Sheet Management, Credit Portfolio Management and IFRS compliance. Before joining Moody’s Analytics, he has worked in several financial technology solution providers involving domains in securities trading, internet banking, credit origination and capital markets risk management.  

Wei You has more than 20 years of financial technology industry experience and has a rich combined experience of financial risk, project management and information technology practices. He has held related professional certifications including Financial Risk Manager (FRM), Project Management Professional (PMP) and Sun Certified Enterprise Architect (SCEA).

Ahmad Shukri Abd Rahman

Chief Risk Officer


Ahmad Shukri has over 28 years of experience in banking and finance, focusing on areas of risk management and Islamic Finance. He is at present the Chief Risk Officer of Bank Kerjasama Rakyat Malaysia Berhad. Prior to his current appointment, he was the Head of Risk Management, OCBC Al-Amin Bank Berhad where he served there for about 8 years. Shukri had also served at the following Banks respectively Al-Rajhi Bank Malaysia ,Bank Muamalat Malaysia, the Pacific Bank Berhad and Oriental Finance Berhad.

Shukri is Certified Professional in Islamic Finance (CPIF) under the Chartered Institute of Islamic Finance Professional (CIIF). He also holds an Executive Master in Islamic Banking and Finance from Asia E University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration majoring in Finance from Texas A&M University, Commerce, USA.

Sigrid Rouam

Global Director Data Science & Data Analytics

Standard Chartered

The world can be a better place if data-driven insights and decision making is accessible to more people. Sigrid's passion is to spread the use of data science in and outside of the organisation to drive better decisions so that together they can create bigger impact to business and society.

Thus Sigrid spend time coaching young data scientists as well as people new to the field via mentoring and training. 

Currently, Sigrid head a team of data scientists at Standard Chartered Bank where her main role is to develop the organisation's data science capability and accelerate the use of data driven insights to create business value. 

Sigrid has worked in various industries, namely R&D, FMCG, Telco and Finance which gave her the opportunity to work with all sorts of data to solve diverse challenges. She is also interested in innovation and always seek new problems to solve, especially at the intersection of data science, business and technology. She is also active in the startup community as an advisor and mentor, and speak regularly at local and international conferences.

Sigrid holds an engineering degree (Hons) in Agronomy, Bio-engineering and Statistics from AgroParisTech, Paris, France (top institute of higher education in life sciences in France), a Masters degree (Hons) in Probability and Statistics from AgroParisTech/ Universite Paris-Sud/Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France and a PhD in Biostatistics (Hons) from University Paris-Sud, Paris, France, jointly conducted with Genome Institute of Singapore, A*STAR. 

Ingrid Van Wees

Vice President Finance and Risk

Asian Development Bank

Ms. Ingrid van Wees is the Vice-President for Finance and Risk Management of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). She assumed the position in December 2016.

Ms. van Wees is responsible for the overall management of the operations of the Office of Risk Management, the Controller’s Department, and the Treasury Department.
Before ADB, Ms. van Wees was a senior director reporting to the management board at the German Investment and Development Corporation (DEG). Her responsibilities included origination, structuring and portfolio management of the bank’s debt and equity investments in Europe, Middle East, and Asia plus treasury. Prior to DEG, Ms. van Wees held management positions in corporate finance and business development at international listed corporations.

She holds a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands and a Master of Business Administration degree from INSEAD.

Dr. Daranee Saeju

Senior Director

Bank of Thailand

Daranee Saeju is currently the Senior Director of Financial Markets Department at the Bank of Thailand. She oversees monetary policy implementation and operations, foreign exchange policy and intervention strategy, central bank’s balance sheet issues, as well as markets analysis and developments.

Daranee has served the Bank for over 20 years in several capacities, most recently as the Senior Director of International Department where she was in charge of the Bank’s engagement in international affairs, through both bilateral and multilateral fora, to advance the Bank’s international strategy and policy objectives. Prior to that, she was the Senior Director of Financial Institutions Strategy Department where her main responsibilities include financial stability assessment and macro-prudential policies formulation, as well as the Banks’ Financial Sector Master Plan. She was previously the Bank of Thailand’s representative on several of the Basel Committee’s Working Groups during her two years in the Regulatory Policy Department involving in the formulation of micro-prudential regulations for banks, Basel III capital implementation and other regulatory reforms.

During 2009-2011, she was seconded to the Monetary and Capital Markets Department at the IMF in her role as an expert on monetary and foreign exchange operations and market developments to participate in technical assistance and Article IV consultation missions.

Daranee obtained her Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Rochester in the United States, and a B.Sc. in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science in England.

Thomas Chan

Financial Engineer


Numerix is the leading provider of capital markets technology solutions for trading and risk management. Thomas Chan is a Financial Engineer based in the Numerix Hong Kong office focusing on quantitative finance, risk management and risk modeling. During his nearly five years of tenure at Numerix Mr. Chan has contributed to a number of client projects, specifically solution delivery and model validation. Previously at Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) Mr. Chan worked with the OTC Clear Risk Management and Risk Modeling teams. Others prior to experience includes working as a financial analyst for Nanyang Commercial Bank Ltd.

Dan Travers

Product Director, Adaptiv, FIS’ Cross Asset Trading and Risk Business


In his role as product specialist for our Risk as a Service (RaaS) and Adaptiv business, Dan Travers leverages his in-depth industry knowledge to bring to market the innovative risk management solutions that can help our clients gain a competitive advantage while remaining compliant with the banking sector’s latest regulatory requirements.  Dan has a background in energy, trading and risk management.  He has recently been working on machine learning in risk, incorporating climate risk into our solutions and Risk as a Service.

Alexandre Bon

Group co-head of Libor and benchmark reform


Alexandre looks after the definition, positioning and go-to-market strategy of Murex product solutions with a focus on Risk Management and Regulatory Transformation. His most recent work centers on the implementation of the bilateral Initial Margin and Basel III capital reforms, and on XVA desks operating models. Alexandre also co-heads the Murex task force on the Interest Rates Benchmark Reform. 

Since joining Murex in 2000, Alexandre has held both senior client-facing and product management positions, last serving as global head of the Risk Control practice and general manager for Murex Ireland, where he drove the development of the MX.III XVA management solution and Credit Risk simulation engine.

Alexandre holds a « Grande École » MSc in Management and Finance from HEC Paris.

Prominent regulators and industry experts

The Risk ASEAN conference brings together senior professionals from major regional and global financial institutions and regulators to analyse the impact of regulatory reforms and investigate the latest investment strategies adopted by banks and institutional investors among ASEAN Economic Community.

The meeting place for ASEAN Economic Community

Each year Risk ASEAN conference provides platform for leading risk and investment professionals to meet and discuss mitigating investment risks in a volatile market, enhancing risk management strategies across credit, market, liquidity, and regulatory risks, and regulatory reforms across financial markets.

Analysis for ASEAN's risk and investment professionals

The conference is dedicated to informing risk and finance professionals to understand the challenges of risk management and investment today and provides an unparalleled insight into what is happening at the cutting edge of risk management and regulation across the region.

2020 Highlights

  • Emerging risk from the rise of technology, innovation and geopolitics
  • How supervisors in the region are tackling regulatory fragmentation
  • Climate change’s impact on bank risk management
  • LIBOR transition – how should market participants get prepared?
  • Reality check on the applications of machine learning in risk management 
  • Deep dive into the practical implementation of FRTB and margin reform

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Company profile

The EU-ASEAN Business Council (EU-ABC) is the primary voice for European Business within the ASEAN region. Constituted in 2014, the EU-ABC is formally recognised by the European Commission and is accredited as an entity associated with ASEAN under Annex 2 of the ASEAN Charter.

The objective of the EU-ABC is to promote changes in policies and regulations for a better business environment, so that European businesses can more easily invest and grow in ASEAN. The Council’s membership consists of large European MNCs and the nine European Chambers of Commerce around Southeast Asia, representing a diverse range of European industries, with a common interest in enhancing trade, commerce and investment between Europe and ASEAN.

The EU-ABC has established a series of Advocacy Groups covering individual commercial sectors,  cross-industry issues, organised several successful ASEAN-EU Business Summits and runs an annual EU-ASEAN Business Sentiment Survey. Find out more about the EU-ABC here: http://eu-asean.eu.

Company profile

ASIFMA is an independent, regional trade association with over 125 member firms comprising a diverse range of leading financial institutions from both the buy and sell side, including banks, asset managers, law firms and market infrastructure service providers.  Together, we harness the shared interests of the financial industry to promote the development of liquid, deep and broad capital markets in Asia.  ASIFMA advocates stable, innovative and competitive Asian capital markets that are necessary to support the region’s economic growth.  We drive consensus, advocate solutions and effect change around key issues through the collective strength and clarity of one industry voice.  Our many initiatives include consultations with regulators and exchanges, development of uniform industry standards, advocacy for enhanced markets through policy papers, and lowering the cost of doing business in the region.   Through the GFMA alliance with SIFMA in the United States and AFME in Europe, ASIFMA also provides insights on global best practices and standards to benefit the region. 

Website: www.asifma.org/about/

Past Delegates

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