Executive Speaker Faculty! 

Joanne Proud

Joanne Proud

Chief Compliance Officer

MUFG Bank Ltd

Chris Whittingham

Chris Whittingham

General Manager of Risk and Fraud Operations

Westpac Group

Lachlan Hawes

Lachlan Hawes

Regional Head of Compliance, Fraud and Risk for Australia and NZ

Mastercard

Dr Jacqueline Drew

Dr Jacqueline Drew

Senior Lecturer & Program Director (CCJ/IT), School of CCJ

Griffith University

Gary Calder

Gary Calder

Head of Financial Crime Compliance

AMP Bank

Claudine Lamond

Claudine Lamond

Head of Determination (TCW) Targeting Criminal Wealth

ACIC

Steven York

Steven York

Executive Director of Financial Crime & ABC

CBA

Alan MacSporran

Alan MacSporran

QC Chairperson

Crime and Corruption Commission Queensland

Anthony White

Anthony White

Fraud & Counterfeit Manager for Oceania

Canon Australia & Chair of The Australian Online Fraud Council

Jason Nader

Jason Nader

Head of Fraud Risk Management

OFX

Kevin Houlihan

Kevin Houlihan

Group Investigations Manager

The Star Entertainment Group

Robert Wyld

Robert Wyld

Former Co-Chair

Internal Bar Association’s Anti-Corruption Committee

Rebecca Mallett

Rebecca Mallett

Financial Crimes Manager

QSuper Group

Keeping Pace with Digital Threats, Complex Compliance and Tighter Budgets in an Era of Crisis

Crisis, in any form, opens up opportunity for financial crime, as weaknesses are exposed and Covid-19 has been no exception. While new threats have arisen, many have been ongoing but have been magnified by the crisis.

Digital advancement and keeping pace with fraudsters has been a constant challenge in the space. The crisis put increased pressure on companies to deliver digital transformations which were already in the plans, as processes became digital overnight.

The challenge lie therefore in the need to simultaneously confront these developing threats, while adhering to complex compliance and fighting for budget from leadership, whose focus is on revenue activities and business continuity above risk mitigation.

This event is therefore coming at a pivotal time for the Financial Crime space.

Incredible Case Studies Including:

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Mastercard on how to strengthen risk mitigation by leveraging technology, education and collaboration

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Westpac on how to overcome to uncertainties pertaining to new forms of fraud, including the growth of romance scams and more

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ACIC on KYT & KYCC as the future of KYC 
- Identifying Risky Transactions 
and Customer Customers 
For Better Detecting Financial Crime

Secure Your Place at the Australian Financial Crime Summit in SYDNEY.

Register with the launch rate by 5th of February 2021 and save $1,800!

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