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ACCA Meetings

Financial Services and Cloud in Malaysia

 Asia Cloud Computing Association Industry Dialogue on

Cloud and the Financial Services in Malaysia Roundtable Discussion

 Date/Time: 18 Sept 2015, Friday, 9am-12noon

Venue: Microsoft (Kuala Lumpur Office) Boardroom

Address : Level 26-27, Menara 3 Petronas, Persiaran KLCC, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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The Financial Services Industry is one of the most highly regulated industries, and many financial services institutions (FSIs) have found it challenging to make the move to the cloud. Moving workloads to the cloud would reap productivity dividends and cost savings, and as a result, many policymakers are working to rectify this policy gap to ensure companies have an easier time adopting new technologies like cloud computing.

 Join us as we learn about the progress on the industry’s journey to the cloud. Representatives from FSIs and cloud service providers will share their developing practices, joined by government policymakers who will update us on the regulatory environment in Malaysia.

Time

Agenda

0900-0915

Welcome Remarks

 

Mr Bernie Trudel, Chairman, Asia Cloud Computing Association

 

Opening Remarks

 

Ms Jasmine Begum, ‎Director of Legal & Corporate Affairs, Malaysia and New Markets

0920-0945

Key Findings of the ACCA FSI Report

 

Mr Stacy Baird, Chairman, Data Governance Working Group, ACCA

0945-1000

Networking Coffee Break

1000-1145

Roundtable Discussion – FSIs and the Journey to the Cloud

 

Moderated by

 

Mr Stacy Baird, Chairman, ACCA Data Governance Working Group

 

Mr Andrew Cooke, Regional Director, Legal Affairs, Microsoft

 

Lead Discussants

 

Ms Cathryn Chay, Partner, ZUL RAFIQUE & Partners

 

Mr Daniel Angelucci, Chief Technology Officer, Asia, Middle East and Africa, CSC

1145-1200

Closing Remarks

Lim May-Ann, Executive Director, Asia Cloud Computing Association

 

Programme may be subject to change.