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RiskMinds International
18 - 21 November 2024
InterContinental O2London

Frankie Phua
Managing Director and Head of Group Risk Management at UOB


Frankie Phua is the Managing Director and Head of Group Risk Management at UOB, where he has been for over 20 years. In this role, he oversees all risk management matters for UOB Group including credit risk, market risk, balance sheet risk, operational risk, risk strategy, fraud risk, technology risk, product control and risk analytics. Prior to joining UOB Risk Management, Frankie spent more than 10 years in the frontline in Corporate/Commercial banking.

Frankie, a seasoned risk practitioner, is an active contributor to the risk management community. For the past 10 years, he has been the Chairman and a Director of the Board of the Singapore Chapter of the Risk Management Association (RMA), an organization associated with RMA USA. He is appointed by Risk Management Institute (RMI), National University of Singapore (NUS) as a lecturer for the Specialist Diploma course in Credit Risk Management – Corporate Banking. He is also regularly engaged by NUS RMI to teach customized risk management courses. Regionally, Frankie has also conducted credit risk training for banks in Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Laos, Myanmar, Taiwan and Vietnam.

Frankie was conferred the IBF Distinguished Fellow Award in Risk Management in 2022. The "IBF Distinguished Fellow" is a prestigious title conferred upon industry leaders who are the epitome of professional stature, integrity, and achievement. The Distinguished Fellows serve as a beacon of excellence for the banking industry in Singapore.

Agenda Sessions

  • Climate change and biodiversity loss endanger the entire financial system stability. How to ensure resilience and nature positive impacts?

  • Extended Q&A Boardroom - Climate change and biodiversity loss