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  2nd Quarter 2017 Newsletter  
     
Creating a New Centre for Asian Insights and Leadership Development
 
According to Deloitte's South East Asia 2016 Annual Human Capital Trend report, entitled "The New Organisation: Different by Design", leadership development continues to be the top Human Capital priority in Southeast Asia with 97% of business and HR leaders in the region ranking it above other talent issues in terms of importance. To tackle this growing human capital leadership develop need, TMS Academy, the integrated leadership development arm of Temasek Management Service (TMS) and the Human Capital Leadership Institute (HCLI) will merge on July 1, 2017 and form a new centre of excellence with a mission of developing leaders in Asia and beyond. The new organisation will retain the HCLI name and operate as a subsidiary of TMS, with Ms Wong Su-Yen as the CEO.

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Leading the Way
 
In May 2017, TMS Academy, the integrated leadership development arm of Temasek Management Services (TMS), hosted its 14th LEADERS! Programme in Singapore. The six-day event, which brought together 24 participants from 15 local and multinational companies, is designed to develop a high performance mindset and leadership capabilities in senior executives and leaders in the context of today's changing global business environment. The programme focuses on broadening perspectives by providing insights into the challenges and issues facing global businesses, while also offering a robust networking platform. The event was facilitated by John R. Weeks, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at IMD and Aneel Karnani, Professor of Strategy at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business.

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Helping Asia's Wealth Sector Beat Money Launderers
 
Money laundering and terrorist financing is a serious global issue. The International Monetary Fund estimates that the amount of money laundering occurring on a yearly basis could range between 2 and 5 per cent of the world's gross domestic product, or somewhere between $600 billion and $1.5 trillion. As an international business centre that hosts more than 1,500 financial institutions, Singapore is vulnerable to cross-border financial crimes. Furthermore, with rapid advancements in information technology offering greater speed, ease of use and anonymity, perpetrators now have more possibilities than ever before to launder illegal proceeds through global remittances, mobile money and virtual currencies. In view of this, the Wealth Management Institute (WMI) has developed a programme on anti-money laundering (AML) risk management. The programme is sponsored by UBS for a period of three years and aims to deepen AML competencies in the wealth management industry to fight financial crime.

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TMS Temasek Management Services (TMS) was incorporated in 1985, as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Temasek Holdings. Today TMS provides a full range of business services as well as leadership development programmes to help organisations achieve growth in a competitive landscape. These services are provided through the following TMS subsidiaries:
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