Compliant Conversations Webinar Series
What Philippines EMI licence holders need to know to stay compliant
Are you an existing EMI licence holder in the Philippines or planning to apply for one?
The Philippines is one of the largest and fastest-growing economies in Southeast Asia. Its relatively young population and broad mobile network penetration have boosted the country’s internet-based businesses and made it a global hotspot for fintechs.
With regulatory compliance constantly evolving and requirements multiplying, it is important that you are never left behind. Whilst some fintechs were able to secure an EMI licence before Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP)'s two-year moratorium on new EMI licences, other fintech's with a strong value proposition will be looking for exemption under the new Regulatory Sandbox Framework.
With the BSP focused on promoting a safe, efficient and inclusive digital finance ecosystem by creating an enabling regulatory environment, there are periodic audits conducted to ensure compliance. If you are a new EMI licence holder, you will come within the purview of periodic audits. Hence, it’s crucial that you stay on top of any compliance or regulatory requirements.
Join our webinar and hear from industry-leading experts as they talk about what it takes to secure and retain an EMI licence in the Philippines and the importance of compliance as an integral part of your business investment strategy.
Meet Our Panelists
At Tookitaki, we have a disruptive vision to redefine the way FinTechs manage the scale of compliance challenges in this digital age. Leading banks and fintech companies in the ASEAN region rely on Tookitaki’s end-to-end AML operating system to transform their anti-money laundering compliance needs. Designed on three C-principles – Comprehensive, Convenient and Compliant – Tookitaki’s AML solution powered by innovative technology and deep domain expertise empowers financial institutions to strengthen their risk coverage and mitigate risks seamlessly in the ever-evolving world of regulatory compliance.