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Opus moves into Singapore office

25 April 2017  |  1443 views  |  0 Source: Opus

Opus, the leading provider of innovative compliance and risk management solutions, announced today the opening of a new Asia Pacific office in Singapore.

Opus is expanding its presence in Asia to help regional clients more effectively comply with both local and global Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABAC) regulations as well as mitigate their third party risks. Regulatory bodies in Asia, such as the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), are prompting companies to enhance their risk management and compliance programs.

Emanuele Conti, CEO of Opus, says: “Companies today are faced with a myriad of regulations that have global implications. In Asia Pacific, as companies increase their investment levels, managing risk in this increasingly complex regulatory environment is essential to effectively drive growth.”

Ben Gould, managing director EMEA & APAC at Opus, commented: “We’re excited to expand in Asia Pacific so we can directly engage and service our clients in the region. We also see significant opportunities to serve regional companies which operate on a global scale, helping them efficiently and effectively manage risk.”

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