Financial fraud is a worldwide issue. Huge losses incurred due to fraud, costing the economy billions of RM each year. Even the financial stability of large institutions or a nation could also be at stake. Therefore, the understanding of this issue is critical in order to identify, to detect and to prevent fraud in the organization.

Realizing the importance to prevent this issue, ADFIM has succesfully conducted a training program o Fraud Awareness and Prevention in Banking which was held on 20 to 21 July 2020 at Premiera Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.





2020 is anything but a clear vision. The business and social landscape are not experiencing change, but a shock. While there are expert views on what the future of our economy would look like, the truth is that nobody knows how will these new norms settle.

In such chaos, business strategies would not matter if the team’s execution is based on past thinking patterns. The greatest resource that is available to us is the way we think of a situation. Having the whole team geared to a more resourceful thinking will enable them to play this new game meaningfully and choose their best response. As such, ADFIM is proud to organize a complimentary webinar for our members:

Title: New Paradigms of Thinking for An Unsettled Business Landscape

Speaker: Mr. Jegatheeswaran Manoharan

Date: 24th June 2020

Time: 10 am

We are proud to bring to you Mr Jegatheeswaran Manoharan, a Team Effectiveness Specialist, Simulation Designer, Thought Catalyst. Mr Jegatheeswaran Manoharan is the Director of Accordia Training & Development. He designs business simulations that help organizations uncover solutions for their people and performance issues. Jega believes that games unlock and connect the different faculties of human thinking and behaviours, that provides opportunities for personal and organizational reflection. In the webinar, bring home the following Key Points:

  1. Realize that we are playing an infinite game with no winners but the game itself.
  2. Using the power of calm observation to see possible patterns.
  3. Mindset of an explorer instead of a settler to see boundaries as horizons. 
  4. Recognizing the players in the game and the indirect players that we are not seeing.



This webinar will explore the major mental health issues facing organisations and employees today. The focus of this webinar will include:

  1. Major organisational stressors
  2. Common signs and symptoms of stress and potential mental health issues
  3. Attitudes to mental health in Malaysian organisations
  4. Leading proactive responses to stress and mental health for health workforce

Title: Leading A Mentally Healthy Workplace

Date: 17th June 2020

Time: 10 am

Speaker: Dr. Steve Brown




Risk management is not an optional activity for successful project management. Post Covid 19 will certainly be a big challenge for many. The survey results of PMI’s  2020 Pulse of Profession revealed  an average 11.4% of investment is wasted due to poor project performance. That is RM 114 Million for every RM 1 Billion ringgit investment.  With good project risk management , the negative consequences of unexpected events can be mitigated.

As such, ADFIM is proud to organize a complimentary webinar for our members. Join us to uncover Effective Project Risk Management Strategies to prevent catastrophic project failure.

Title: Practical Project Risk Management in 60 Minutes

Date: 10th June 2020
Time: 10 am
Speaker: Major Dr. Prebagaran Jayaraman




With over 500 million members, in over 200 countries, LinkedIn is the largest networking platform for professionals. Join us to explore how a professional LinkedIn profile allows you to create a professional online brand that can open doors to networking and sharing. Therefore, ADFIM is proud to organize for its members:

Title: LinkedIn For Career Growth

Date: 8th July 2020

Time: 10.00am


Hanie Razaif-Bohlender

The Career Doctor

100 Most Inspirational LinkedIn Icons In Malaysia You Should Follow In 2020




ADFIM telah berjaya menganjurkan satu program latihan untuk memartabatkan penguasaan bahasa Melayu dikalangan kakitangan ahli ADFIM iaitu Kursus Bahasa Melayu Tinggi. Penganjuran kursus ini juga adalah selari dengan usaha Bank Negara Malaysia dalam memartabatkan penggunaan bahasa kebangsaan dalam urusan perbankan.

Kursus ini telah diadakan pada 7 dan 8 Julai 2020 bertempat di Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur dan dihadiri oleh seramai 17 orang peserta dari SME Bank (2 orang), Malaysian Technology Development Corporation (8 orang), Bank Simpanan Nasional (5 orang) dan juga Malaysian Industrial Development Finance (1 orang). Fasilitator bagi kursus ini adalah Dr. Hasmidar Hassan, iaitu seorang perunding akademik bagi syarikat Brainy Bunch Sdn Bhd.

Peserta yang mengikuti Kursus Bahasa Melayu Tinggi ini telah diberi pendedahan tentang sistem bahasa Melayu (tatabahasa), penggunaan bahasa yang betul dari segi makna dan berkesan dalam pelbagai bidang (laras bahasa), pengetahuan ilmu semantik dan pragmatik (penggunaan bahasa yang betul dari segi makna mengikut konteks dan situasi yang betul), khususnya tentang aspek kesantunan dan ragam bahasa (pengaruh sosial terhadap bahasa).

Setelah mengikuti kursus ini, para peserta dijangka telah:

  1. Peserta kursus dapat memahami konsep bahasa Melayu tinggi yang betul; dan
  2. Peserta kursus dapat menggunakan bahasa Melayu yang betul dan tepat dari segi tatabahasanya dan semantiknya, menggunakan gaya dan laras bahasa yang betul mengikut bidang yang tertentu dan menggunakan bahasa yang pragmatik mengikut norma budaya dan agama yang tertentu.