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COMMON REPORTING STANDARD (CRS) & GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR)

COMMON REPORTING STANDARD & GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION

12 -14 July 2021 | From 12:00 to 15:00 LEBANON TIME / GMT+3


GDPR: GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION

BACKGROUND:

In 2021, the European laws for data protection (known as GDPR) will have entered their third year in execution. Despite this fact, we see an increase in fines for non compliance with these laws.

Therefore, these laws pose major challenges for compliance managers in terms of understanding the obligations to adhere to.

This specialized seminar comes within a series of seminars that help in better management of the risks faced by Arab financial entities.

OBJECTIVES:

• Explore the definitions and terminology of general rules for the protection of personal data.
• Delve into the details of European law, understand, and analyze the extent to which the articles of this law apply to Europeans as well as non-Europeans, especially in the banking sector.
• Understand the ability to manage the risks arising from the general regulations for the protection of personal data through an understanding of how to be exposed to these rules.

TARGET AUDIENCE:

– Officers in the Compliance Department.

– Officers in risk Management.

– Officers in Audit & Control.

– Officers in IT and Information Security.

– Officers in Legal Department.

DURATION AND AGENDA:

FIRST DAY:
• The definition of the law and how it relates to the 1995 law.
• Persons and institutions obligated to abide by this law.
• Fines imposed in case of violating this law.
• Policies and procedures required under this law.
• The definition of the controller, the processor, personal data, the processing Personal data, under this law.

SECOND DAY:
• Manage a detailed log of all activities that contains Processing of personal data.
• Appointment of a personal information protection officer and a representative in the European Union where it should be.
• Managing breaches of personal data, reports, log, Procedure’s manual.
• Customer rights management Forms, record, procedures guide.
• Managing the risks of storing and handling personal data Reports, log, procedures guide.
• The role of governments in implementing data protection obligations Personal.


CRS: COMMON REPORTING STANDARD

BACKGROUND:

Financial taxes are one of the most important sources of financing for countries in the world, regardless of the technical differences between one country and another. Hence the importance of exchanging tax information between countries to prevent tax evasion through the international standard for the automatic exchange of tax data.

Automatic exchange of information for tax purposes requires the standardization of technical reporting formats so that information can be captured, exchanged and processed quickly and efficiently in a cost-effective manner.

In addition, secure and compatible methods of transmission and encryption of the data must be in place.
All of this puts some challenges on the Financial Institutions’ Compliance Program.

OBJECTIVES:

• Explore the elements of the common reporting standard.
• Delve into the details of the customer due diligence program and the respective requirements.
• Explore new trends and expectations under the standard.

TARGET AUDIENCE:

– Officers in the Compliance Department.

– Officers in risk Management.

– Officers in Audit and Control.

– Officers in IT and Information Security.

– Officers in Legal Department.

DURATION AND AGENDA:

THIRD DAY
• Quick introduction to the standard.
• Requirements under KYC program.
• Different scenarios under the Standard.
• Latest developments and expectations related to the standard.

SPEAKER:

MR. CAMILLE BARKHO

Mr. Barkho has more than 20 years of experience in the world of banking and informatics, as he was recently the head of Compliance Department in an esteemed Lebanese bank.

Mr. Barkho is currently an active member in Acumen s.a.l Information consulting and solutions in Lebanon in the financial, commercial and public sectors in terms of the role it plays as a business consultant, design solutions, especially in compliance, anti-money laundering and terrorist financing.

Mr. Barkho Holds a Bachelor’s degree in Informatics and holds a University degree in Banking & Business Consulting IT Solutions and CAMS Certificate from LAU – Lebanon.

July 12 2021

Venue

Union of Arab Banks

St. Mina, Omar Daouk, Al Hosn, Beirut
Beirut, Lebanon

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Phone:

9611377800

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COMMON REPORTING STANDARD (CRS) & GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR)

COMMON REPORTING STANDARD & GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION

12 -14 July 2021 | From 12:00 to 15:00 LEBANON TIME / GMT+3


GDPR: GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION

BACKGROUND:

In 2021, the European laws for data protection (known as GDPR) will have entered their third year in execution. Despite this fact, we see an increase in fines for non compliance with these laws.

Therefore, these laws pose major challenges for compliance managers in terms of understanding the obligations to adhere to.

This specialized seminar comes within a series of seminars that help in better management of the risks faced by Arab financial entities.

OBJECTIVES:

• Explore the definitions and terminology of general rules for the protection of personal data.
• Delve into the details of European law, understand, and analyze the extent to which the articles of this law apply to Europeans as well as non-Europeans, especially in the banking sector.
• Understand the ability to manage the risks arising from the general regulations for the protection of personal data through an understanding of how to be exposed to these rules.

TARGET AUDIENCE:

– Officers in the Compliance Department.

– Officers in risk Management.

– Officers in Audit & Control.

– Officers in IT and Information Security.

– Officers in Legal Department.

DURATION AND AGENDA:

FIRST DAY:
• The definition of the law and how it relates to the 1995 law.
• Persons and institutions obligated to abide by this law.
• Fines imposed in case of violating this law.
• Policies and procedures required under this law.
• The definition of the controller, the processor, personal data, the processing Personal data, under this law.

SECOND DAY:
• Manage a detailed log of all activities that contains Processing of personal data.
• Appointment of a personal information protection officer and a representative in the European Union where it should be.
• Managing breaches of personal data, reports, log, Procedure’s manual.
• Customer rights management Forms, record, procedures guide.
• Managing the risks of storing and handling personal data Reports, log, procedures guide.
• The role of governments in implementing data protection obligations Personal.


CRS: COMMON REPORTING STANDARD

BACKGROUND:

Financial taxes are one of the most important sources of financing for countries in the world, regardless of the technical differences between one country and another. Hence the importance of exchanging tax information between countries to prevent tax evasion through the international standard for the automatic exchange of tax data.

Automatic exchange of information for tax purposes requires the standardization of technical reporting formats so that information can be captured, exchanged and processed quickly and efficiently in a cost-effective manner.

In addition, secure and compatible methods of transmission and encryption of the data must be in place.
All of this puts some challenges on the Financial Institutions’ Compliance Program.

OBJECTIVES:

• Explore the elements of the common reporting standard.
• Delve into the details of the customer due diligence program and the respective requirements.
• Explore new trends and expectations under the standard.

TARGET AUDIENCE:

– Officers in the Compliance Department.

– Officers in risk Management.

– Officers in Audit and Control.

– Officers in IT and Information Security.

– Officers in Legal Department.

DURATION AND AGENDA:

THIRD DAY
• Quick introduction to the standard.
• Requirements under KYC program.
• Different scenarios under the Standard.
• Latest developments and expectations related to the standard.

SPEAKER:

MR. CAMILLE BARKHO

Mr. Barkho has more than 20 years of experience in the world of banking and informatics, as he was recently the head of Compliance Department in an esteemed Lebanese bank.

Mr. Barkho is currently an active member in Acumen s.a.l Information consulting and solutions in Lebanon in the financial, commercial and public sectors in terms of the role it plays as a business consultant, design solutions, especially in compliance, anti-money laundering and terrorist financing.

Mr. Barkho Holds a Bachelor’s degree in Informatics and holds a University degree in Banking & Business Consulting IT Solutions and CAMS Certificate from LAU – Lebanon.

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