Asia Risk Congress

Asia Risk is delighted to present the annual Asia Risk Congress, Asia&#039;s leading risk management, derivatives and regulation event.<br /> The Congress consistently delivers cutting-edge insights and intelligence on the latest financial innovations, risk management strategies, tech advances and regulatory developments.


13 September, Singapore





The most attended risk event including 150+ CROs and Heads of Risk



Leading international and local financial institutions from 20+ countries



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



World class line-up featuring regulators and industry experts

Prominent regulators and industry leaders

The Asia Risk Congress brings together senior professionals from major regional and global financial institutions and regulators to analyse the impact of global regulatory reforms and investigate the latest investment strategies adopted by banks and institutional investors in the region.

Vibrant meeting place for finance and risk practitioners

Each year Asia Risk Congress provides platform for leading risk 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 Asia's risk and derivatives professionals

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


Agenda backed by editorial excellence

Speaking with practitioners, regulators and other stakeholders, Asia Risk team develops the most in-depth agenda to help market participants understand the latest developments and challenges of risk management and regulation in the region.

The programme is backed by the editors of and Asia Risk, world’s leading source of in-depth news and analysis on risk management, derivatives and regulation.


Eric Pan

Director, Office of International Affairs


Eric J. Pan is the Director of the Office of International Affairs at the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). In this role he oversees the CFTC's international regulatory initiatives, provides guidance regarding international issues raised in Commission matters, and represents the CFTC in various international bodies, including the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) and the Financial Stability Board (FSB), and in dialogues with China, Europe, India and Japan. He is responsible for the CFTC's engagement with non-US regulatory counterparts and involved in the development and governance of multilateral and bilateral workstreams involving the CFTC. Eric currently is the chair of IOSCO Committee on Derivatives, staff chair of the OTC Derivatives Regulators Group, and co-chair of the FSB Working Group on UTI and UPI Governance. Before joining the CFTC, Eric was Associate Director for International Regulatory Policy at the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Before entering the government, Eric was a law professor, director of a center on corporate governance, and lawyer in private practice in New York and Washington. He received his A.B. in Economics from Harvard College, M.Sc. in European and International Politics from the University of Edinburgh, and J.D. from the Harvard Law School.

Toshio Tsuiki

Deputy Secretary General


Toshio Tsuiki
Deputy Secretary General
Basel Committee on Banking Supervision

Mr Tsuiki became Deputy Secretary General of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision in April 2017. He first served on the Basel Committee Secretariat from 2008-2012 when he contributed to the development of the Basel Committee's response to the global financial crisis.
Mr Tsuiki has had a long career with the Bank of Japan holding various positions including Deputy Director General and Head of International Division of the Financial System and Bank Examination Department, Private Secretary to the Deputy Governor, Head of Market Research Group, and Representative in Europe located in London.
Mr Tsuiki holds an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an LL.B. from the University of Tokyo.

Dr Laura E Kodres

Division Chief for the Asian Division in the Institute for Capacity Development


Benedicte N Nolens

Senior Director, Head of Risk & Strategy


Cathie Armour



Ephyro Luis B. Amatong



Ephyro Luis B. Amatong

Ephyro Luis B. Amatong was appointed a commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in 2014, and is currently the supervising commissioner for the Markets and Securities Regulation Department and the Economic Research and Training Department.
Before joining the SEC, Mr. Amatong was an Assistant Secretary of the Department of Finance (DOF) where he had an active role in the privatization of 74 hectares of the Food Terminal, Inc. (P24 billion). He was also involved in a number of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects such as the PPP for School Infrastructure Project Phase I (US$397 million), the NAIA Expressway Project (US$345 million), and the Automated Fare Collection System (US$38 million).
He also served in various capacities in the government, namely as Vice President of the Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation (2012-2013), Corporate Staff Officer of the National Power Corporation (2010-2012), Acting Chairman of the Local Water Utilities Administration (2011), Corporate Legal Counsel and Assistant Corporate Secretary of PNOC Exploration Corporation (2008-2010), Adviser to Amb. Hilario G. Davide, Jr. of the Permanent Mission of the Philippines to the United Nations (2007-2008), and Senior Law Clerk to then Justice Conchita Carpio Morales of the Supreme Court of the Philippines (2003-2005).
Before joining the government, Mr. Amatong was an associate with the Villaraza & Angangco Law Offices (2002-2003), where he dealt with high-profile litigation cases.
Mr. Amatong was admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2002 and the New York Bar in 2007. He holds a Master of Laws (LL.M., 2006) degree, International Finance Concentration, from Harvard Law School. He also holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B., 2001) degree from the U.P. College of Law, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Economics (B.S.B.E., 1997) degree, cum laude, from the U.P. School of Economics.


Tan Boon Gin

Chief Executive Officer


Mr Tan Boon Gin
Chief Executive Officer
Singapore Exchange Regulation

Tan Boon Gin joined SGX as Chief Regulatory Officer on 15 June 2015. He now heads Singapore Exchange Regulation, an independent regulatory subsidiary of SGX, which undertakes all front-line regulatory functions to promote a fair, orderly and transparent market.

Before joining SGX, Mr Tan was the Director of the Commercial Affairs Department of the Singapore Police Force. Prior to this, Mr Tan held several appointments at the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) including Director of the Enforcement Division, Director of the Corporate Finance Division and Executive Director of the Investment Intermediaries Department. Mr Tan was seconded to MAS after serving as a District Judge at Singapore's Subordinate Courts.

Mr Tan's earlier roles include serving as a Justices' Law Clerk at Singapore's Supreme Court and a Deputy Public Prosecutor at the Attorney General's Chamber, where he specialised in corruption and white collar crime before leaving to practise at Messrs Sullivan & Cromwell in New York.

Mr Tan is an advocate and solicitor and holds degrees from the University of Cambridge and Harvard Law School. Mr Tan was awarded the Public Administration (Silver) Medal in 2010. He is a member of the Board of the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore.


Piyush Gupta

Chief Executive Officer


Dr Frederick Shen

Head Global Treasury Business Management


Dr. Frederick Shen is Senior Vice President and Head of Business Management for Global Treasury, OCBC Bank, leading to strengthen the infrastructure, processes, monitoring and analytics to tackle the increasing regulatory and risk requirements, all the while enabling the Treasury business for strategic growth in countries we currently operate in and for the future. He also leads the Treasury FinTech strategy employing new and innovative technology solutions to deliver Treasury products to clients and to enhance productivity and efficiencies within the organisation. Fred re-joined OCBC in mid-2013 from Emirates NBD, Dubai, where he headed up the Group Market Risk unit. Prior to the Middle East assignment, he was with OCBC Bank Market Risk for 3+ years, and appointed its Head of Market Risk in 2011.

Fred started his career as a Professor of Finance at the University of Waterloo, Canada, before joining the financial industry, starting with global risk oversight of the financial engineering trading group at RBC Capital Markets. With over 25 years in the financial industry, his extensive experience includes assignments with various financial institutions and specialisations, including structured credit and real-asset securitizations at a privately held investment bank, Head of bank-wide economic/risk capital and risk modeling/analytics at Bank of Montreal, and Head of life insurance and asset management risk management at Manulife. Fred has a PhD in Financial Economics.


Constance Gogny-Goubert

Regional Chief Risk Officer


Asia Risk Congress is being held in the heart of Southeast Asia, find us at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.

Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre

1 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018971

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