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Jersey Finance, in partnership with Themis, is delighted to host a Singapore Financial Crime Risk Assessment roundtable – a CPD accredited event – for finance firms in Jersey.

Understanding financial crime risk is a cornerstone of the fight against money laundering and the financing of terrorism and proliferation. The majority of the customers of the Jersey finance industry are non-resident therefore an area of focus is the industry’s approach to understanding and managing the financial crime risks and threats of conducting business in higher risk jurisdictions.

To help industry’s risk understanding, Jersey Finance engaged Themis, a financial crime specialist to jointly host a roundtable discussion event with experts focussed on Singapore.

The roundtable event provides an opportunity to hear from an expert panel of Singapore-focussed practitioners. During the roundtable, attendees will have the opportunity to ask the expert panel about key financial crime threats to Singapore and explore the implications for finance firm’s Jersey operations or firms with clients and partners based in Singapore.

This year, Jersey will be the subject of a significant evaluation by a body of the Council of Europe – MONEYVAL (Committee of Experts on the Evaluation of Anti-Money Laundering Measures and the Financing of Terrorism) – who conduct evaluations against international AML/CFT standards as set out by the Financial Action Task Force (the FATF). This process will involve an assessment of the role of the finance industry in understanding risks and applying preventative measures. This work is designed to both develop that understanding for industry and demonstrate our clear commitment to implementing international AML/CFT standards.

This event is highly recommended for representatives from compliance functions, in addition to other business areas, and we welcome multiple attendees from finance firms in Jersey.

If you have any questions regarding this CPD accredited event, please contact our events team.

Carel van Randwyck

Carel van Randwyck Head of Impact & Partnerships, Themis

Carel has 35+ years broad international experience having lived and worked in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe for market-leading financial services firms. He was the Global COO for various sales & trading businesses at UBS Investment Bank, Head of Change Management, Group Sales, at Deutsche Börse, financial management consultant with Price Waterhouse and auditor with Arthur Young & Co. He is a Fellow of both the ICAEW and Association of Corporate Treasurers, holds the CFA Certificate in ESG Investing and fluent in English, Dutch and Spanish. Carel developed a group-wide client strategy and supporting infrastructure to drive sales and revenue growth Deutsche Börse, established Fixed Income trading businesses for UBS Investment Bank in Moscow and Istanbul and developed country strategies for National Bank of Abu Dhabi.

Navindraram (Navin) Naidu

Navindraram (Navin) Naidu Partner, Dentons Rodyk & Davidson

Navin is a Partner at Dentons Rodyk & Davidson in Singapore. Navin’s practice focusses primarily on criminal defence litigation in the Singapore courts and working with corporations in regulatory/internal investigations. Prior to entering private practice, he was a former Deputy Public Prosecutor/Deputy Director (Corruption and Financial Crimes) at the Attorney-General’s Chambers, Singapore. A graduate from the National University of Singapore’s Faculty of Law, Navin also has a Master of Laws (LLM) from the University of California, Berkeley. In 2023, Navin was recognised as a “Future Star” in the White-Collar Crime Category (2023) in Benchmark Litigation Asia-Pacific, and a “Recommended Lawyer” in the Doyle’s Guide’s Leading White-Collar Crime & Regulatory Investigations Lawyer Rankings.

Sidhartha (Sid) Panda

Sidhartha (Sid) Panda Risk & Compliance Manager, Ogier HK & Singapore

Sid oversees Compliance operations for Ogier in HK & Singapore. Sid advises different business lines of Ogier on AML/CTF/Sanctions and investigations. Prior to Ogier, he was a Public Prosecutor for the Enforcement Directorate in India leading anti-money laundering prosecutions, a brief stint at the Solicitor-General of India's office before moving onto working in cryptocurrency investigations and compliance for virtual asset exchanges in the UK, Europe, Japan and HK. He has worked with the Interpol and HK police force in recovering stolen crypto assets and acts as a consultant to a blockchain analytics firm AMLBot. He has also worked with a TCSP in HK as a MLRO. Sid qualified as a lawyer in 2010 and completed his Master of Laws (LLM) in Criminal Law & Justice from the University of Edinburgh.

Andrea Amatuzio

Andrea Amatuzio Partner, Financial Crime Unit, South East Asia Consulting, PwC Singapore

Andrea Amatuzio is a Financial Crime leader with 20 years of international experience in the private sector as well as in international organisations. He has advised financial institutions, governments and large corporations on Anti Money Laundering (AML), sanctions and export control, Counter-Terrorism Financing (CTF), financial crime technology and geopolitical matters. Multilingual, Andrea combines deep international regulatory knowledge with financial crime acumen, ensuring a balance between compliance and business needs. Additionally, Andrea advises large international companies in the fields of payments, banking, trade, oil and gas, pharma and shipping, among others.

Caroline Morgan

Caroline Morgan NRA Technical Lead, Government of Jersey

Caroline Morgan is currently on secondment to the Financial Crime Strategy team from the Jersey Financial Services Commission where she has worked for 16.5 years. Caroline has worked in the finance industry for nearly 35 years, first in London and more recently in Jersey. She is a Chartered Accountant by background, has worked in all areas of financial policy and represented both the UK financial regulator and the JFSC on the international stage.

Nadia O'Shaughnessy

Nadia O'Shaughnessy Head of Research, Themis

Nadia manages the Themis Insight team, working on threat-based analysis of a variety of topics related to financial crime, including Themis' jurisdictional risk programme. Nadia has a diverse background in international affairs and research. Prior to joining Themis, she completed assignments at the United Nations, FTI Consulting, NATO Parliamentary Assembly and European Commission. Nadia has a dual master’s from the London School of Economics and Sciences Po, Paris, and a Double First Class undergraduate degree from the University of Cambridge, all in the sphere of International Relations.





8.30 am

Networking Breakfast



  • Allan Wood, Global Head of Business Development, Jersey Finance
  • Carel van Randwyck, Head of Impact and Partnerships, Themis.
9.00 am
9.15 am

Panel Session

  • Moderator: Nadia O’Shaughnessy, Head of Research, Themis
  • Caroline Morgan, NRA Technical Lead, Government of Jersey
  • Navindraram (Navin) Naidu, Partner, Dentons Rodyk & Davidson
  • Sidhartha (Sid) Panda, Risk & Compliance Manager, Ogier HK & Singapore
  • Andrea Amatuzio, Partner, Financial Crime Unit, South East Asia Consulting, PwC Singapore

Audience Q&A

10.15 am
10.50 am

Closing Remarks

  • Allan Wood, Global Head of Business Development, Jersey Finance
  • Carel van Randwyck, Head of Impact and Partnerships, Themis

Event Ends

11.00 am
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Themis are a recognised financial crime specialist providing financial services firms with threat-based financial crime research on the latest techniques employed by criminals and the financial crime risks associated with specific industries and jurisdictions. They have a reputation for delivering insightful panel discussions with financial crime experts on discrete threats, industries and jurisdictions. Furthermore, their financial crime risk research of operating in and with customers and partners in higher risk jurisdictions provides the requisite information in a clear and concise format to conduct country risk assessments in line with market best practice and regulatory requirements.