Financial Crime: Breaking the boundaries between Fraud & AML
  • Time: 6.00pm - 9.00pm
  • Date: Thursday 03 October 2019
  • Location: 35-41 Folgate St, Spitalfields, London, England, E1 6BX

We are delighted to invite you to our next Broadgate Search Social networking event in collaboration with the ICA titled ‘Financial Crime: Breaking the boundaries between Fraud & AML’. The panel discussion will focus on a variety of themes including:

 

- How much laundered capital are financial institutions missing due to lack of interaction between fraud and AML?

- Is it time for real-time transaction monitoring?

- How can we up skill employees to understand the gaps between Fraud & AML?

 

Bringing together thought leaders and practitioners from compliance and financial crime for a light-hearted interactive panel discussion.

Panel of speakers:

- Andy Clarke – ICA (Chair)

- Adam McLaughlin – Head of Financial Crime, Actimize

- Charlie Greer – Head of Financial Crime, WorldFirst

- Marta Lia Requeijo – MLRO, GoCardless

- Rob Tharle – Head of Fraud, Actimize

- Gemma Rogers - Co-founder, Fintrail

 

Adam McLaughlin

Adam possesses several years of operational experience identifying, investigating and mitigating financial crime risks. He previously worked as an AML compliance manager for J.P. Morgan and before that spent nearly 10 years as a Police Detective in the UK. Part of this was managing a Financial Crime investigation team in the City of London Police, the UK’s national lead force for Economic Crime. Adam has also been an operational member of the UK’s Joint Money Laundering Intelligence Taskforce (JMLIT). A joint public and private partnership, the aim of which is to work together to share intelligence and information to fight Financial Crime and identify new threats.

Adam possesses several years of operational experience identifying, investigating and mitigating financial crime risks. He previously worked as an AML compliance manager for J.P. Morgan and before that spent nearly 10 years as a Police Detective in the UK. Part of this was managing a Financial Crime investigation team in the City of London Police, the UK’s national lead force for Economic Crime. Adam has also been an operational member of the UK’s Joint Money Laundering Intelligence Taskforce (JMLIT). A joint public and private partnership, the aim of which is to work together to share intelligence and information to fight Financial Crime and identify new threats.

 

Charlie Greer

Charlie has been working in anti-financial crime for over ten years, most recently as Head of Financial Crime for international payments company, WorldFirst. Her current role incorporates the global strategic enhancement of WorldFirst’s anti-financial crime controls, in conjunction with the management of the AML Operations function. Following the acquisition of WorldFirst by Ant Financial, Charlie has been responsible for integrating the two anti-financial crime approaches to create a framework that is best in class.

Prior to moving to WorldFirst, Charlie spent seven years in Citigroup’s anti-money laundering department, working with Treasury and Trade Solutions clients operating within the correspondent banking and FinTech space.

Charlie’s passions are promoting financial inclusion through strong risk management practices, overcoming the issue of de-risking and using anti-financial crime as a commercial competitive advantage. She holds a master’s degree in transnational organised crime and an LLB (Hons) Law.

 

Marta Lia

Marta is an accomplished senior financial crime and compliance director with 20 years leadership experience in the financial services industry, including senior leadership roles in the banking and payment sectors, and as a regulator, in Portugal and in the UK, including the Portuguese Securities Market Commission, Worldpay, Citigroup, and HSBC.

Marta moved from Lisbon to London in 2015 and has since experienced first-hand both the challenges of migration and parenting in the workplace. With an extensive experience both as mentor and mentee, she brings valuable personal insights on the role of culture in diversity.

 

Rob Tharle

Rob Tharle, Fraud & Authentication Subject Matter Expert, NICE Actimize EMEA, is responsible for providing thought leadership on industry trends, challenges and opportunities. Prior to joining NICE Actimize in 2019, he worked for 17 years in a number of Risk Management and Fraud Prevention roles at both Natwest/RBS and TSB. During that time, Rob gained extensive experience with the technologies and design of fraud prevention and detection systems including application fraud, Apple/Google Pay, online and mobile banking payments fraud and PSD2.

 

Gemma Rogers

Gemma has a passion for changing the terms of debate around financial crime risk management, debunking the lethargic tick-box concepts of old and focusing on intelligent, inclusive and business-focused solutions. Drawing on her wealth of experience across disruptive services, international banking and the public sector, Gemma brings clients deep domain knowledge of financial crime risks, as well as an ability to execute intelligent frameworks across both emerging platforms and established financial services.

 

Please note if you are studying with the ICA you can obtain 1.5 hours towards your CIPD for attending the event.

 

All ticket proceeds will be donated to charity, donations are welcome - suggested price of £5 per person.

 

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