Asian Financial Leaders Programme (AFLP)

Asian Financial Leaders Programme (AFLP)

Overview

You're already a senior-level talent in Asia's financial sector. Follow in the steps of many finance industry leaders across Asia with the Asian Financial Leaders Programme (AFLP), the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) awarded flagship programme and lay the groundwork for your next leadership challenge. The AFLP is jointly offered by HCLI and the Singapore Management University (SMU).

Key Benefits

You'll come away from this programme with:

  • Unparalleled interaction with world-class academics, global thought leaders, leading financiers and regulators
  • Highly customised knowledge of high-growth financial markets in China and ASEAN, vetted by eminent business leaders
  • Critical insights - with a global and regional perspective - that strengthen your understanding of the changing regional and global economic landscapes and the different regulatory and legal requirements
  • Highly personal and exclusive experiences with high-performing companies across emerging and developed markets
  • A network of peers across geographies and industries within the financial sector
Programme Experience

A leadership journey spanning 21 days over a ten-month period, you'll gain knowledge and insights at world-renowned institutions across Europe, the United States, China and Southeast Asia like IMD, The Wharton School, Tsinghua School of Economics and Management. Nor will it merely be a passive education: you'll be interacting with world-class faculty, global thought leaders, eminent practitioners and regulators across all of these regions.

AFLP Heritage

The Asian Financial Leaders Programme (AFLP) is HCLI's flagship programme for developing senior-level talent in Asia's financial sector. It was jointly developed by Temasek Management Services (TMS) and Singapore Management University (SMU) after being awarded the mandate by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). The programme was launched by the then Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam at the Association of Banks in Singapore's annual dinner in 2015.

Who Should Attend

Senior Asian Financial leaders, including CEOs and C-1, C-2 executives on the path to leadership of Financial Institutions in banking, insurance, investments, policy, regulatory and private equity.

Programme Details
Date
Module 1: 16 - 19 Nov 2020 (SG) | Module 2B: 1 - 5 Mar 2021 (Switzerland) | Module 3A: 4 - 6 May 2021 (Indonesia) | Module 3B: 25 - 27 May 2021 (China) | Module 2A: 15 - 17 Jun 2021 (USA) | Module 4: 30 Aug - 2 Sep 2021 (SG)
Length
21 days (Across 10 months)
Format
Six modules
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AFLP Advisory Panel
Wee Ee Cheong
Wee Ee Cheong (Chairman)

Deputy Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
United Overseas Bank (UOB)

Lim Cheng Teck
Lim Cheng Teck

Non-Executive Director, RHB Banking Group; Chairman, Minterest

Ng Nam Sin
Ng Nam Sin

Chief Executive Officer
The Institute of Banking and Finance

Ronald Ong
Ronald Ong

Chairman & CEO, Southeast Asia, Morgan Stanley
Chairman, NTUC Income

Chartsiri Sophonpanich
Chartsiri Sophonpanich

President
Bangkok Bank Public Company Limited

Samuel Tsien
Samuel Tsien

Group Chief Executive Officer
OCBC Bank

The AFLP is one of the best leadership programmes I have attended. Very pragmatic and thought-provoking concepts and practices shared by leaders both from the Industry and the Academia.

Gireesh Bhargava, Joint General Manager, Head - Offshore Corporate Banking, South Asia, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

The programme has not only exposed us to world class academicians and practitioners globally, but it has also been a real catalyst to forge friendships and learnings through peers who are at the top of their field in the finance industry in Singapore. These bonds are invaluable.

Ranjit Khanna, Head of South Asia, Union Bancaire Privee SA Singapore

The content of and the speakers at AFLP...impressive and inspirational. Exceeded my expectations indeed!

Koh Kar Siong, Managing Director, Head of Consumer Banking Group, China, DBS Bank

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