Tue 28th Jan 2020
8:00 AM to 1:30 PM
|08:00||Welcome coffee and Registration|
|09:00||Welcome note from Qatar Chamber & Refinitiv|
|09:15||Governance, Risk and Compliance – Context, Trends and Challenges|
|10:00||Proven good practices in KYC, Due Diligence and sanctions screening processing|
|10:30||Coffee break and networking|
|10:45||Business conduct, Ethical Business & Anti-Bribery /Anti- Corruption Program|
|11:00||Compliance Culture, compliance training and e-learning for Qatar Chamber|
|11:30||Overview of Qatar 2020 MENA-FATF Mutual evaluation approach|
|12:30||De-Risking and Financial Inclusion – The revolution of Digital financial services|
|1:30||Q&A Session followed by Lunch|
Business Development Director
Governance, Risk & Compliance
Middle-East and Africa MEA)
REFINITIV – formerly Thomson Reuters
Mohamed Daoud is a strategic leader and seasoned professional with more than 25 years’ experience in the banking and finance sector in the US, Europe and the Middle East with a special focus for the last 18 years on Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC). His working experience includes Africa and Russia.
Mohamed is a Financial Crimes specialist with expertise in Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT). His know-how includes Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC) programs. Mohamed expertise encompasses across industries (Finance & Corporates) knowledge in national and international regulations, process and Fintech / Regtech approach.
Mohamed brings a wide experience in the various domains of banking and finance business operations and good practices in risk strategy and effective corporate governance. He has a broad-based international leadership experience across strategy consulting, business transformation, technology and cultural changes.
Mohamed’s collaborative approach combines mentoring and sharing experience which allows him to quickly demystify complex issues by identifying the connections between frameworks, processes and people. He regularly collaborates as a speaker through awareness workshops, forums and conferences on the topics of good practices in corporate governance, compliance, and cultural changes.
Prior to moving to the Middle-East, Mohamed held different executive positions in large international banks and financial institutions across the US, UK, and Europe.