Fraud and Financial Crime Europe 2018

Fraud and Financial Crime Europe

Assessing the interaction and convergence between fraud and financial crime for effective monitoring, detection and prevention 

Fraud and Financial Crime Europe | 17-18 April, 2018 | London

Join our Fraud & Financial Crime Europe (FFCE) 2018 Summit to hear from senior practitioners and to network with your peers.

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With fraud and financial crime departments starting to converge and work ever-closer together, over two days we will review this interaction, as well as best practices and technologies to enable effective fraud and financial crime monitoring, detection and prevention. We look to bring together industry professionals and peers to provide a platform for thought leadership, networking and idea sharing.

Key Topics include:

Fraud and AML Convergence

Understanding risks across both disciplines to increase convergence across departments

Scams

Handling increase in different types of scams and ensuring customer awareness

Risk Appetite

Setting an effective risk appetite framework for fraud and AML in a vacuum of guidance

Internal Fraud

Effective controls to monitor and mitigate insider risk

Cyber Crime and Fraud

Understanding interactions between cyber crime and fraud prevention

Monitoring Techniques

Optimising monitoring techniques and AML transaction monitoring for effective fraud and money laundering detection and prevention

Regulatory Environment and PSD2

Managing volume of upcoming regulations and PSD2 compliance whilst reducing the opportunities for fraudsters

Card Fraud

Establishing effective controls and detection techniques to limit card fraud

Data Privacy and Protection

Handling upcoming data sharing restrictions across borders and monitoring effectively

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Robotics

Incorporating the use of AI, machine learning and robotics to enhance fraud and money laundering detection and prevention

Terrorist Financing

Countering terrorist financing for effective identification of terrorist activity

Hear from more than 20 senior fraud and financial crime professionals including:

Carolin Gardner

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AML Policy Lead

European Banking Authority

Brian Dilley

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Group Director of Fraud and Financial Crime Prevention

Lloyds Banking Group

Anne Markey

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Global Head of Group Fraud and Financial Crime Innovation

UBS

Paul Cain

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Global Head of Research Analytics, Financial Crime

HSBC

Eric Wagner

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Head of Group Financial Crime

Erste Group Bank AG

Giovanni Cariello

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Head of Group Fraud Prevention and Protection

BNP Paribas

Fraud and Financial Crime Conference Agenda

Day One | April 17th | London

08:00 Morning Registration & Coffee

08:50 Chair’s Opening Remarks

PANEL DISCUSSION – CONVERGENCE

09:00 Understanding risks across both fraud and AML disciplines to increase convergence across departments

  • Classifying fraud and AML
  • Where fraud and AML sit: Risk, financial crime, compliance, legal?
  • Communication between teams
  • Handling alerts or SARs through both lenses
  • Cross skilling of teams focused on different financial crime disciplines
  • Workflow, surveillance and monitoring tools to support convergence
  • Hand-over stage between a fraud and money laundering case

Brian Dilley, Group Director, Fraud and Financial Crime Prevention, Lloyds Banking Group

Mark Gale, Global Head of Independent Fraud Risk, Managing Director, Citigroup

Chris Felton, Detective Inspector, National Fraud Intelligence Bureau

RISK APPETITE

09:50 Setting an effective risk appetite framework for fraud and AML in a vacuum of guidance

  • Defining risk appetite
  • Ensuring risk appetite is written and communicated effectively
  • Responsibility in driving risk appetite
  • Ensuring risk appetite is embedded across the organisation
  • Demonstrating that risk appetite is being followed

Mark Gale, Global Head of Independent Fraud Risk, Managing Director, Citigroup

10:30 Morning Refreshment Break & Networking

11:00 Assessing the exposure to risk and techniques to continually identify and manage new risks

  • Understanding where risks lie in a dynamic environment
  • Ensuring risk assessment reflects risks
  • Internal and external exposure to risks
  • Documenting and demonstrating controls that mitigate risk
  • Interplay of first and second line

Kevin Lindsay, Deputy Head of Financial Crime Group, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Limited

INTERNAL FRAUD

11:40 Ensuring effective and up to date controls are in place for monitoring and mitigating insider risk

  • Ensuring not overshadowed by external fraud
  • Supervision of tech savvy employees
  • Ensuring test environment is separate to live environment
  • Increase in algorithmic trading
  • Implementation of analytical tools to monitor inside behaviour
  • Mitigating threat of data leakage
    • Keeping CID secure and limiting access

Richard Huebler, Deputy Head of Financial Crime Management, Raiffeisen Bank (tbc)

12:20 Lunch Break & Networking

PANEL DISCUSSON – CYBER CRIME & FRAUD

13:20 Understanding the interactions between cyber crime prevention and fraud prevention in a fast changing environment

  • Increased inventiveness of attackers
  • Use of malware to commit fraud
  • Protection of data and making data unusable if compromised
  • Solutions to manage risk
  • Managing the impact of third party data loss
  • Constant customer education
  • Lack of test cases in court to determine liability

Brian Dilley, Group Director, Fraud and Financial Crime Prevention, Lloyds Banking Group

Sven Kivvistik, Head of Anti-Financial Crime and Investigation Services, Swedbank

Giovanni Cariello, Head of Group Fraud Prevention and Protection, BNP Paribas

MONITORING TECHNIQUES

14:10 Assessing the use of monitoring techniques for effective fraud detection and prevention

  • Types of activities to monitor
  • Agile systems to monitor effectively
  • System flexibility to develop new rules or scenarios to spot fraud trends
  • Incorporating AI into techniques for monitoring activity
  • Banks architecture keeping up with transaction monitoring

Sven Kivvistik, Head of Anti-Financial Crime and Investigation Services, Swedbank

AML TRANSACTION MONITORING

14:50 Optimising transaction monitoring processes to stay ahead of increasing complexity of criminal operations

  • Moving to behavioural based transaction monitoring
  • Use of network analytics: Interactions with peers across networks
  • Optimizing AML monitoring whilst maintaining compliance
  • Identifying mule accounts
  • Taking regulators and governments along on this journey
  • Transaction monitoring for fraud vs. AML

Paul Cain, Global Head of Research Analytics, Financial Crime, HSBC

15:30 Afternoon Refreshment Break & Networking

SCAMS

16:00 Approaches for handling the increase in different types of scams and ensuring customer awareness

  • Phishing, SMiShing, telephone deception, push payments
  • Governmental focus on customer protection
  • Customer and employee education and awareness
  • Re-programming customers’ thinking when they suffer losses from scams
  • Improving cyber controls so customers are less likely to be scammed

Niels Halse, Deputy Global Head of Fraud Management, Danske Bank

IMPERSONATIONS AND FALSE ID

16:40 Reviewing the identification of false documents and the rise in new technology enabling impersonations

  • The move to electronic identification
  • ID verification overseas: Lack of verification tools
  • Identifying scenarios and data fraudsters using
  • ID fraud and ID theft
    • KYC: relying on documents that could be false
  • Remote banking and the lack of face-to face-interaction
  • Lack of communication across banks giving rise to impersonations

17:20 Chairs Closing Remarks

17:30 End of Day One & Evening Cocktail Drinks Reception

Day Two | April 18th | London

08:15 Morning Registration & Coffee

08:50 Chair’s Opening Remarks

PANEL DISCUSSION – REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT

09:00 Managing the volume of upcoming regulations to balance compliance and restrict fraud and money laundering

  • Regulatory expectations in different jurisdictions
  • Impacts of upcoming regulations: PSD2, GDPR, Image clearing system
  • 5th EU Money Laundering Directive: Key considerations
  • Ensuring regulations limit customer impact
  • Sharing of information between public and private partnerships
  • Upcoming regulations improving or worsening fraud and AML landscape
  • Potential opportunities for fraudsters through regulation

Larry Potter, Head of Compliance and MLRO, Starling Bank

Carolin Gardner, AML Policy Lead, European Banking Authority

PSD2

09:50 Ensuring PSD2 compliance whilst reducing the opportunities for fraudsters

  • Emergence of and loss of information to third party providers
  • Customer acceptance around authentication
  • Limiting negative impact on customers
  • Issuing new authentication devices
  • Performing transaction monitoring and identifying suspicious transactions
  • Effective security and fraud layers

Larry Potter, Head of Compliance and MLRO, Starling Bank

10:30 Morning Refreshment Break & Networking

CARD FRAUD

11:00 Establishing effective controls and detection techniques to limit card fraud

  • Increased sophistication of attackers and volume of card fraud
  • Managing card not present fraud
  • Data leakage on the dark web and worldwide
  • Effective controls of banks, merchants, card schemes and acquirers
  • Detection scenarios to spot trends when card compromised
  • Implementing anti-fraud devices for new payment means
  • Contactless payments
  • Use of two factor authentication

Peter Bayley, Global Head of Fraud Strategy and Executive Director Ecosystem Risk, Europe, Visa

DATA PROTECTION AND PRIVACY

11:40 Handling upcoming data sharing restrictions across borders and the ability to monitor effectively

  • GDPR compliance: Legislative penalties for data loss and ensuring due diligence
  • Handling high volume and sensitivity of data
  • Having good quality data to put into investigation environments
  • Gathering data into one place for analysis
  • Local data privacy restrictions vs. requirement to monitor supranational
  • Data protection laws post-Brexit

Brendan Leddy, Head of Compliance and MLRO, British Arab Commercial Bank

12:20 Lunch Break & Networking

PANEL DISCUSSION – TECHNOLOGY LANDSCAPE

13:20 Keeping up with the pace of the technological landscape for competitive advantage whilst developing fraud and AML monitoring techniques

  • Limited resources to monitor transactions in real time environment
  • Increase in digitalisation: Authentication risk
  • Mobile apps: Balancing customer ease of access with security
  • Use of AI to prevent potential fraudulent transactions in real time
  • Data intelligence to build scenarios to detect fraud and money laundering
  • Application fraud in the digital space: Instant decisions and access to funds

Niels Halse, Deputy Global Head of Fraud Management, Danske Bank

Giovanni Cariello, Head of Group Fraud Prevention and Protection, BNP Paribas

MACHINE LEARNING AND ROBOTICS

14:10 AI/Machine Learning and Robotics to enhance fraud and money laundering detection

    • AI and robotics overview
    • Machine Learning to reduce false positives and increase true positives
    • Robotics to overcome deficiencies
    • Integrative approaches for fraud and money-laundering detection
    • Cultural changes in the organisation

Eric Wagner, Head of Group Financial Crime, Erste Group Bank AG

ARITIFICAL INTELLIGENCE AND ROBOTICS

14:50 Incorporating the use of AI and robotics to enhance fraud and money laundering detection and prevention

  • Increasing efficiency of processes
  • On-boarding AI and robotics
  • System integration into on-boarding of clients
  • On-boarding of tools and storage
  • Using AI to reduce false positives
  • Cultural changes in the organisation

Anne Markey, Global Head of Group Fraud and Financial Crime Innovation, UBS

15:30 Afternoon Refreshment Break & Networking

16:00 Effective information sharing between public and private partnerships to aid the prevention of fraud and financial crime

  • Information sharing between banks and peer banks, law enforcement, NGOs
  • Traditional reluctance to share information due to risk of breaking customer confidentiality mandate
  • Competition law increasing difficulty to share information
  • Involvement in Wolfsberg group, FATF and JMLIT

Jonathan Groom, Head of Engagement, Financial Crime Threat Mitigation, Europe, HSBC

TERRORIST FINANCING

16:40 Countering terrorist financing for effective identification of terrorist activity under money laundering regulations

  • Identifying low cost and low level terrorism
  • Monitoring terrorist financing
  • New threats to monitor
  • Need for Police intelligence: Potential patterns of behaviour to be looking for
  • Use of AI to understand which scenarios to look for
  • Patterns globally to help with international response

17:20 Chairs Closing Remarks and End of Fraud and Financial Crime Europe 2018

Conference Speakers

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Peter Bayley, Global Head of Fraud Strategy and Executive Director Ecosystem Risk, Europe Visa

Peter Bayley Heads Fraud Strategy for Visa globally, whilst also running European Ecosystem, risk which includes the control and prevention activities in respect of fraud, compliance and illegality in Europe. This means Peter’ has overall responsibility for developing and managing Visa’s payment systems and risk management strategy with the objective of mitigating risks to its clients and other stakeholders from losses whilst ensuring the integrity and reputation of the Visa brand. Peter re-joined Visa Europe in August 2011, having previously worked in the company’s fraud management division between 2000 and 2008. During the interim period, Peter ran Fraud Management for Santander in the UK. Peter has also previously worked at HSBC for 20 years in a number of roles including heading issuing fraud operations and acquiring credit and fraud risk. Peter sits on the Global Board of the Merchant Risk Council.

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Paul Cain, Global Head of Research Analytics, Financial Crime, HSBC

Paul is the Global Head for the Research Analytics team within the Financial Crime and Threat Mitigation (F.C.T.M.) function. Responsible for managing a highly skilled data science and complex data analytics function, designing innovative solutions across the financial crime and fraud threat landscapes.  HSBC operates in 67 Countries worldwide and seeks to leverage the full extent of the HSBC data & intelligence network to identify criminal activity. Paul joined the HSBC Group team in 2009 and became the Global Head for Fraud Analytics and System Strategy for HSBC.  This new position was designed to manage the global fraud system development and deployment roadmap, working collaboratively with key vendors to transform the core capabilities.  In recent years HSBC created a centralised strategic Hub function that designs fraud analytical solutions that are then deployed globally across different platforms. Previously Paul coordinated analytical ‘best practice’ activity across the different HSBC UK Brands (Marks & Spencer Bank, First Direct, HFC, John Lewis and the main HSBC Branded Cards).  Paul has over 30 year’s industry experience working in all aspects of analytics and system development including application, credit and behavioural strategies.

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Giovanni Cariello, Head of Group Fraud Prevention and Protection, BNP Paribas

Giovanni Cariello is Head of Fraud Prevention Protection at BNP Paribas Group. Mr. Cariello has nearly 20 years of banking experience. In the past few years he has held different positions within the operational risk framework at BNP Paribas Group. Mr. Cariello specializes in risk monitoring, bank-merger integration, budgeting, management accounting and operations. Previously in BNL (BNP Paribas-Italy) Mr. Cariello served as a manger in Budgeting and Strategic Management Control, Retail Digital Transformation Projects, and Back Offices optimisation. At Banca Monte dei Paschi de Siena Mr Cariello setup the first mobile banking service in Italy. He holds a MBA from MIP – Milan Polytechnic.

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Brian Dilley, Group Director of Fraud and Financial Crime Prevention, Lloyds Banking Group

Brian has over 20 years of financial crime experience, the last 17 of which have been in financial services. He oversees Fraud and Financial Crime prevention for all Lloyds Banking Group brands. He is also Chair of Financial Fraud Action UK and the Economic crime and Cyber Resilience Board of UK Finance. Prior to joining LBG he was the Global Head of Anti-Money Laundering Services and he led the UK FS Forensic team at KPMG. Brian spent more than four years at the FSA where he was Head of Department in the FSA’s Enforcement Division during the implementation of FSMA and the development of the FSA’s financial crime strategy. Whilst at the FSA, Brian conducted the FATF mutual evaluation of Latvia and was part of the team that responded to the mutual evaluation of the UK. Brian then spent over 3 years at UBS Investment Bank where he became a Managing Director and Global Head of AML Compliance.

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Chris Felton, Detective Inspector, National Fraud Intelligence Bureau

DI Chris Felton is a career detective with 25 years’ service with the City of London Police and Metropolitan police. Most of his career has been spent in the area of Economic Crime including postings to fraud investigation teams, the London Regional Asset Recovery Team, with major corruption enquiries and as a trainer in the Fraud Academy at CoLP. He has also worked on the London riots investigation leading an investigation team. His current role is as a crime manager within the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB), running teams dealing with cyber crime, banking and corporate fraud and investment fraud. He has graduate level qualifications in Anti Money laundering and Prevention of Financial Crime. He is currently on a secondment to the Cabinet Office as part of the Fraud and Error team working on the professionalisation of fraud investigation across government.

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Mark Gale, Global Head of Independent Fraud Risk, Managing Director Citigroup

Mark Gale is Head of the Global Independent Fraud Risk Management function at Citi. Global Independent Fraud Risk (GIFR) is an enterprise level independent risk management function responsible for leadership and oversight of fraud risk management across all business lines and geographies. The GIFR team has responsibility for Fraud Policy, Fraud Risk Appetite, Strategy and Close & Continuous oversight across the Citi franchise. Citi operates as two client facing businesses:- Citi’s Global Consumer Bank (GCB), a global leader in credit cards, wealth management and commercial banking, serves as a trusted partner to more than 110 million customers in 19 countries worldwide, Citi’s Institutional Clients Group (ICG) provides large multinational corporations, public sector entities, ultra-high-net-worth households and investment managers with wholesale banking products. Operating across 98 countries, we maintain one of the largest global financial infrastructures and facilitate approximately $4 trillion of flows daily Mark has 30+ years’ experience in the banking environment and has a wealth of fraud prevention and risk management knowledge. He holds an MBA from Edinburgh University.

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Carolin Gardner, AML Policy Lead, European Banking Authority

Carolin is the European Banking Authority’s AML/CFT policy lead. Her responsibilities include the development of common European AML/CFT standards for EU credit and financial institutions and their supervisors. Prior to joining the European Banking Authority, she was a technical specialist for financial crime policy at the UK Financial Conduct Authority and a policy officer at Transparency International, an international anti-corruption charity. Overall, Carolin has been drafting national and international financial crime guidance and standards for more than 15 years.

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Jonathan Groom, Head of Engagement, Financial Crime Threat Mitigation, Europe HSBC

Jonathan is part of the European management team of HSBC’s newly established Financial Crime Threat Mitigation team. This capability blends all stages of financial crime case management as well as stakeholder engagement to provide an industry-leading investigations, intelligence and analytics capability able to identify emergent risk issues and financial crime proactively, quickly and effectively. Jonathan is also HSBC’s representative at the public/private sector partnership of the Joint Money Laundering Intelligence Taskforce (JMLIT); sitting on the Senior Management Team, chairing the Trade Based Money Laundering Expert Working Group, and being the professional representative on both the Human Trafficking/Organised Immigration Crime and Terrorist Financing expert groups. He also represents the bank at a variety of other public private initiatives. A professional Intelligencer with deep experience on counter terrorism and counter espionage focussed intelligence collection, analysis and exploitation in both the public and private sectors. His career has encompassed a combined all-source ideology to counter a range of threats and criminal actors. He holds an MBA, Masters in Intelligence Management and is CAMS accredited.

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Niels Halse, Deputy Global Head of Fraud Management, Danske Bank

Niels Halse will be presenting at Fraud and Financial Crime Europe 2018

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Richard Huebler, Deputy Global Head of Fraud Crime Management, Raiffeisen Bank

TBC -Richard will be presenting at Fraud and Financial Crime Europe 2018

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Sven Kivvistik, Head of Anti-Financial Crime and Investigation Services, Swedbank

Mr. Sven Kivvistik is a head of the Anti-Financial Crime and Investigation Services within Swedbank Baltic Banking. He has over 20 years of experience in the field of regulatory compliance, risk management and fraud investigations. Before re-joining Swedbank in 2017, he worked in public sector as a head of Risk Control & Advisory department in the Estonian National Cyber Security Agency (RIA). Previously his experience was within financial and telecommunications sector both as manager and as an expert specialist.

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Brendan Leddy, Head of Compliance and MLRO, British Arab Commercial Bank

Brendan M. Leddy serves as Director, Head of Compliance and MLRO and leads the compliance and financial crime function for BACB on a global basis. Before joining BACB, Brendan has overseen compliance and financial crime functions at a number of international banks based in the UK, Ireland and the United States. In 2017 he completed a Master of Laws in International Business Law, with a focus on the Single Market and International Money Laundering Regulations. He also has a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from the University of Wales and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) English, Sociology and Political Science from the National University of Ireland, Galway.

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Kevin Lindsay, Deputy Head of Financial Crime Group, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Limited

Kevin is the Deputy Head of Financial Crime Group for Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Limited (SMBCE). He is responsible for all matter relation to anti-money laundering, financial crime, anti-bribery and corruption and sanctions. He has been with SMBCE since October 2014. Prior to joining SMBCE Kevin was with Lloyds Bank for 28 years, holding a number of appointments throughout the Group. Most recently he was a Senior Manager with responsibly for imbedding financial crime controls into the Wealth Management and International Businesses.

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Anne Markey, Global Head of Group Fraud and Financial Crime Innovation, UBS

Anne Markey will be presenting at Fraud and Financial Crime Europe 2018

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Larry Potter, Head of Compliance and MLRO, Starling Bank

Larry is the Head of Compliance and MLRO at Starling Bank, a fully licensed mobile-only current account provider, and has nearly 20 years experience working in financial services compliance. Starling gained full authorization to provide banking services from the Prudential Regulation Authority in April 2017 and since then Larry has been leading the design and implementation of the Bank’s money laundering controls. Prior to joining Starling, Larry was the Head of Assurance at Direct Line Group following a Senior Manager role within KPMG’s Risk and Regulation team where he led a wide range of regulatory projects at major banks and insurers. Larry started his career at the Financial Services Authority, supervising large insurance and banking groups with a focus on conduct and financial crime risk.

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Eric Wagner, Head of Group Financial Crime, Erste Group Bank AG

Mr. Wagner studied Economics and Informatics and acquired a PhD in Operations Research. He started his professional career at IBM as an Expert for Parallel Supercomputing, UNIX and Databases and continued to get into the Banking Business since more than 20 years. First he led almost 10 years at Accenture as Senior Manager projects for Post-Merger Integration, Controlling and eBusiness Strategy. Then he held several positions at Raiffeisen Bank International for more than 12 years as Head of IT Portfolio and Architecture, Head of IT Payments and Compliance, Senior Group Program Manager for Financial Sanctions, Anti-Money-Laundering, MiFID II/MAD II and Exposure & Limit Management. Mr. Wagner is now at Head of Group Financial Crime at Erste Group Bank AG with focus on Fraud, Conflict of Interest, Anti-Corruption & Bribery and Whistleblowing. He is also involved in and supports various Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain pilots at Erste Group.

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