Kapronasia regularly both participates in and hosts webinars on a variety of financial industry and technology subjects. A list of previous and upcoming webinars is below. Recordings and/or additional materials can be found in the detail for each webinar. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

KapronAsia webinar

A webinar from NICE Actimize and Kapronasia

Fighting financial crime has never been more difficult, and with the digitization of financial services bringing both great opportunity and increased risks for banks and other industry players, it is imperative that industry leaders keep their eye on the ball. But what efforts have financial services firms put in place to tackle financial crime? What new risks would emerge as we start to place more trust in the digital world?


A webinar from Kapronasia and Jumio in partnership with Fintrail Asia

Digital ID and identity verification provide a critical service for eKYC in the financial industry, but an important element of digital ID and identity verification is maintaining a smooth customer experience. Finding a balance between customer user experience, accuracy, cost of human verifications, and verification response time, is critical. During this informative 45-minute webinar, we’ll talk through some of the key customer experience opportunities and challenges of eKYC as well as some of the key industry best practices. We'll also look at the critical digital identification implications of the FATF.

Profit at China's Big Five banks is declining as the popularity of internet banks such as WeBank grows. Can China's banks find their place in the new fintech world?


The Asian payments landscape is rapidly evolving as consumers, retailers, banks and corporations have new options and channels to move their money. Although the traditional debit/credit, ACH, and wire transfer rails all remain in place, the ecosystem that uses them has vastly expanded due to open APIs and enhanced mobile technologies. And in certain countries, like China, the race to cashless may already have been won.

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