20 - 21 August, 2019 | Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour, Sydney, NSW
Marlene Sadhai, Manager – Financial Crime Response Risk & Assurance at Unisuper

Marlene Sadhai


Manager – Financial Crime Response Risk & Assurance
Unisuper

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Conference Day One: Tuesday, 20th August 2019

Tuesday, August 20th, 2019


2:20 PM Utilising Emerging Technologies in Your Anti Crime Strategy to Detect Criminal Activity in Real Time

In the current financial landscape, the rise of digital technology has given criminals the new potential to defraud the system with 49% of organisations globally said they’ve been a victim of fraud and economic crime – up from 36%. However, this also presents as an opportunity as businesses can use new and emerging technology to tackle these criminals head on. This includes using data, regtech and AI.

Panellists will discuss:
  • Developing effective cyber security programs to prevent breaches
  • Utilising new data analytics to evaluate compliance effectiveness and reduce the cost of non-compliance
  • Automating and enhancing processes to give a better understanding of departments and help coordination
  • Enhancing the KYC process and transaction monitoring for better understanding and screening of customers

Conference Day Two: Wednesday, 21st August 2019

Wednesday, August 21st, 2019


1:50 PM How Unisuper is Working Proactively to Fight Financial Crime through a Dynamic and Adaptable Model for Member Experience and Protection

Unisuper is building and expanding their capabilities to fight financial crime as fraud is becoming more sophisticated and superannuation is now a huge target as they manage over $70billion in funds and the average member balance is $158,000. This heightened risk has led to Unisuper developing a more proactive response to financial crime and making sure there is a consistent member experience for those impacted.

In this session:
  • Developing a dynamic model where the rules and monitoring measure risks in real time to capture the changing landscape
  • Establishing an awareness and education program for staff and external stakeholders to align protection and controls
  • Simplifying procedures and policies and having ongoing education to build the right skill sets and capabilities
  • Utilising new and emerging technology to increase the speed of detection and verifying the quality of work