Welcome the 6th Australian Financial Crime Summit 2020

17 - 19 February, 2020 | Parkview Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC

Conference Day One: Tuesday, 18 February 2020

8:30 am - 9:00 am Coffee And Registration

9:00 am - 9:10 am Conference Opening

9:10 am - 9:50 am Keynote Address: Critical Improvement Areas For Financial Crime Management In The 2020 Regulatory Environment: Incoming Trends, Risks, And Priorities

Peter Soros - Deputy CEO Regulatory Strategy, AUSTRAC
Over the coming months, a series of regulatory changes is now contending for Business and Financial Crime team’s focus, adding a new level of complexity and opening up an imperative to refresh systems, processes and compliance frameworks. With AUSTRAC witnessing an increase in reported breaches, incidents, and suspicious activity, this opening session will set the scene for the main conference and identify the number one priorities businesses now need to be across:

  • Growing intelligence capabilities and joint initiatives to detect and disrupt money laundering and terrorism financing
  • The value of reporting & disclosure: preparing a team and compliance framework to work alongside more embedded regulatory presence
  • Industry impacts of legislation and enforcement on information sharing, scrutiny, and external risk
  • Tackling awareness and readiness for new and incoming financial crime trends
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Peter Soros

Deputy CEO Regulatory Strategy
AUSTRAC

9:50 am - 10:30 am Deutsche Bank: The Latest Financial Crime Risk Framework Recommendations With Insights From The Wolfsberg Group

Hugh Logan - VP- Anti-Fraud, Bribery & Corruption APAC, Deutsche Bank
As part of the global Wolfsberg Group, Deutsche Bank has determined a number of risk related controls, along with its 12 Banking counterparts, to refresh the policy, procedure, governance, and oversight around global risk assessments. This is in order to understand how organsiations can continue to manage preventative and protective means of risk reduction, in line with the changing landscape of digitalisation and vendor management. Hugh took part in the recent committee, and will be share outcomes from the regional discussion:

  • Measuring the extent of how digitalisation and fintechs change risk and control programs of management
  • What are the key steps to identify incoming risks and future proof ahead of regulatory action and monitoring with effective action plans?
  • Examples of new risks relating to fraud, bribery and corruption and how they fit into the latest recommendations for Financial Crime Management frameworks
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Hugh Logan

VP- Anti-Fraud, Bribery & Corruption APAC
Deutsche Bank

10:30 am - 11:00 am Speed Networking

11:00 am - 11:30 am Morning Tea

11:30 am - 12:00 pm Panel Discussion: Improving Collaboration Between Stakeholders And Regulators To Set Up A Proactive Base Against Financial Crime Developments

Patrick Ford - Global Manager AML Operations, ANZ
Andrew Lawrence - Senior Legal Officer, Fraud Security & Integrity Reform, Attorney-General’s Department
A coordinated industry approach is now critical to getting ahead of FinCrime developments by developing a solid network and cross-industry task force that can more easily share intelligence on a proactive basis. The flow of information and levels of collaboration are, however, far from seamless, requiring new levels of trust and confidence in partnerships to become more effective.

This Panel Discussion will draw together key industry representatives to reassess the ways organisations can improve approaches to data and intelligence sharing uplift:
  • Collaboration versus cooperation- how do we work more effectively across the ecosystem by establishing trust and relations that can prevent criminal activity before and as it happens?
  • How can we formalise external communications and data sharing against the backdrop of privacy issues?
  • How do you adapt culture to relieve pressure and resistance to disclosing concerns and/or breaches?
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Patrick Ford

Global Manager AML Operations
ANZ

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Andrew Lawrence

Senior Legal Officer, Fraud Security & Integrity Reform
Attorney-General’s Department

12:00 pm - 12:30 pm ANZ Case Study: Uplifting Critical Capabilities For FinCrime Provides An Opportunity To Collaborate Across Industry

Kathleen Gaynor - Learning and Development Lead- Group Compliance, ANZ
ANZ has recognised the strategic importance of people and the uplift of capabilities to help fight financial crime. Through the establishment of a dedicated learning and development team, the first strategic building block was investment in the design and development of a bespoke Financial Crime Capability Framework. Kathleen will share lessons learned, progress so far, and opportunities that have been identified; 

  • Sponsorship and responsibilities for learning to elevate the conversation internally and upskill with quick wins
  • Curate heat-maps to provide targeted learning and development and identify critical interventions for increased team flexibility
  • Assessing and embedding capabilities throughout the employee life cycle to enable more seamless and safer collaboration 
  • The opportunity to collaborate on how we might uplift capability and standardise accreditation across the industry
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Kathleen Gaynor

Learning and Development Lead- Group Compliance
ANZ

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm AMP’s Governance Overhaul To Improve End To End Visibility And Compliance Reporting Post-Royal Commission

Gary Calder - Head of Financial Crime Compliance, AMP Bank
Gary has been leading AMP’s first two lines of defence through a significant overhaul of their risk and control environment. The main piece has seen uplift in line 2 governance over the standards, procedures, technology, and processes managing and mitigating risk in the current climate, especially in line with the huge change in regulatory pressure post royal commission. In this session Gary will speak to the development and outcomes in their recent compliance journey:

  • Step up the management of information following into and out of Financial Crime and Compliance functions
  • Driving efficiency in controls to better track risks, incidents and breaches
  • Building up the internal capabilities of the team in line with technology and procedural frameworks
  • Streamline, standardise, and document processes and process owners to kickstart a proper conversation around the consistency of performance
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Gary Calder

Head of Financial Crime Compliance
AMP Bank

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Lunch Break

Interactive Discussion Groups
In this session you will have the opportunity to deep dive into two of the following topics. Each 45 minute rotation will be led by a subject matter expert- who will facilitate an opportunity to compare and contrast your experiences and thoughts with a small group of your peers.

IDG One

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm Delivering Organisational AML/CTF Training & Awareness Program with an Impact
Demet Kayali - Senior Compliance Manager, First State Super
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Demet Kayali

Senior Compliance Manager
First State Super

IDG Two

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm Capitalising On Limited Resources Within Anti-Fraud Teams To Stay On Top Of Fin Crime Management And Compliance
Anthony Hale - Manager- Risk Investigations, Betfair Australia
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Anthony Hale

Manager- Risk Investigations
Betfair Australia

IDG Three

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm Setting Up A Proactive Defence Against Digital Fraud Through Front End Fraud Detection & Identity Validation
Tracey O’Keefe - Fraud Risk Manager, Auswide Bank
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Tracey O’Keefe

Fraud Risk Manager
Auswide Bank

IDG Four

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm The Fraud Manager’s Cyber Security Toolkit To Detect & Prevent Lapses, Minimising Fraud Opportunity
John Kouroutzoglou - Information Security & Compliance Manager, Domain
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John Kouroutzoglou

Information Security & Compliance Manager
Domain

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm Afternoon Tea

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm RegTech Pitchfest For FinCrime

Anthony Stevens - CEO & Founder, 6clicks (Risk Assessment & Compliance)
The ecosystem is changing, and greater reliance on FinTech innovation is now a defining feature of an organisation’s ability to stay ahead of Financial Crime activity.

This closing session puts the latest innovators on stage to present quickfire presentations on solution use cases for the changing regulatory landscape and response to the future of financial crime:
  • Utilising emerging technology to redefine detection capabilities
  • How do you ensure you are trusted as a well as compliant?
  • Evolving capacity to respond to and mitigate cyber crime
  • Taking innovative ideas and products that can stand up in the real world, on the frontline
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Anthony Stevens

CEO & Founder
6clicks (Risk Assessment & Compliance)

5:00 pm - 5:00 pm Conference Closing