Why should you attend?

Join us in London on September 20-21 for our anticipated 6th Annual Summit.

Join us for an extensive two-day Summit focusing on topical areas within both Fraud and Financial Crime.  Featuring presentations, panel discussions and insights from more than 30 industry professionals, this is the forum for like-minded professionals to network, exchange ideas and advance their knowledge.

Keynotes and plenary sessions

  • REGULATION:
    Reviewing the regulatory landscape and changes on the horizon to prepare for
  • SANCTIONS:
    Reviewing the sanctions landscape and keeping up with continued and upcoming change
  • INVESTMENT FRAUD
    Educating customers on investment fraud and identifying red flags to look out for
  • CRYPTOCURRENCY
    Identifying financial crime and fraudulent activity with increased use of cryptocurrency and crypto assets
  • FINANCIAL CRIME MODELS:
    Developing financial crime modeling approaches to more advanced capabilities
  • AI & MACHINE LEARNING:
    Implementing AI and machine learning and reviewing criminal approaches and use cases to mitigate risk
  • COLLABORATION
    Approaches to enhance public private collaboration in the fight against fraud and financial crime
  • FBI CASE STUDY
    FBI: Foreign bribery, kleptocracy and high level money laundering

Hear from subject matter experts and industry front-runners

An engaging and interactive agenda spread across 2-days

Participate in a comprehensive exploration of the topics at hand via presentations, panel discussions, and live Q&As to facilitate learning and engagement.

Listen in as subject matter experts share their knowledge

Our line-up of 30+ knowledgeable and experienced practitioners speakers bring the highest standard within the industry, offering fresh perspectives and insights for you to return to your department with.

7+ hours of available networking opportunities

Continue conversations from inside the auditorium over coffee, lunch, and at our complimentary drinks reception. Make meaningful career-long industry connections to use to your professional advantage.

Key speakers

Arjun Ahluwalia Trade and ESG Compliance Lead – Senior Advisor, Regulation Shell speaking at Fraud and Financial Crime Summit | CeFPro Events

Arjun Ahluwalia
Global Head of Sanctions
Santander Corporate & Investment Banking

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Patrick Killeen
Unit Chief – International Corruption Unit
FBI

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Dr Liliya Gelemerova
Head of UK Financial Security
Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (CACIB)

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Chloe Cina
Head of Global Sanctions Advisory
Deutsche Bank

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Igor Sumkovski
Head of Financial Crime Advisory and DMLRO
China Construction Bank Corporation London Branch

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Svetlana Zarubina-Thomas
Head of Sanctions Compliance
Nordea

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Adam Oyebanji
Managing Director, EMEA Head of Sanctions
BNY Mellon

Jim Hale, Head of Assurance for Financial Crime Prevention, UBS is speaking at Fraud & Financial Crime by CeFPro Events

Jim Hales
Head of Assurance for Financial Crime Prevention
UBS

Kevin Newe

Kevin Newe
Assistant Director – Illicit Finance Strategy
HMRC

Allen Anthony, Head of financial crime and compliance management, NEST, speaking at CeFPro's Fraud and Financial Crime Summit | CeFPro Events

Allen Anthony
Head of Financial Crime & Compliance Management
NEST

Just some of the organizations that have sent attendees in the past include:

Session previews and related insights

Get an insight of what to expect from the Summit with our past and present speaker session previews.

Reviewing changes under corporate transparency act & beneficial ownership

Reviewing changes under corporate transparency act & beneficial ownership Sheri Levine-Shea, Counsel, Financial Crime Legal, Barclays Below is an insight into what can be expected from Sheri's session at Financial Crime USA 2024 {{ vc_btn: title=Find+out+more+about+Financial+Crime+USA&style=outline-custom&outline_custom_color=%23d51224&outline_custom_hover_background=%23d51224&outline_custom_hover_text=%23ffffff&link=url%3Ahttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.cefpro.com%252Fforthcoming-events%252Ffinancial-crime-usa%252F }} The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the thought leader as an individual, and are not

Managing the global geopolitical environment

Managing the global geopolitical environment Hunter Kreger, VP, FIU Deputy OFAC Officer, Atlantic Union Bank Below is an insight on managing the global geopolitical environment and managing fast-moving sanctions regimes provided by Hunter ahead of his session last year at Fraud and Financial Crime USA 2023. {{ vc_btn: title=Find+out+more+about+our+2024+Financial+Crime+USA&style=outline-custom&outline_custom_color=%23d51224&outline_custom_hover_background=%23d51224&outline_custom_hover_text=%23ffffff&link=url%3Ahttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.cefpro.com%252Fforthcoming-events%252Ffinancial-crime-usa%252F }} The views and opinions expressed in

Authentication strategies and the use of biometrics

Authentication strategies and the use of biometrics Rick Swenson, Managing Director Fraud Strategy and Governance, TIAA Below is an insight on authentication and biometrics provided by Rick ahead of his session last year at Fraud and Financial Crime USA 2023. {{ vc_btn: title=Find+out+more+about+our+2024+Financial+Crime+USA&style=outline-custom&outline_custom_color=%23d51224&outline_custom_hover_background=%23d51224&outline_custom_hover_text=%23ffffff&link=url%3Ahttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.cefpro.com%252Fforthcoming-events%252Ffinancial-crime-usa%252F }} The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the

Reviewing the fraud landscape and evolution of techniques and tactics to stay ahead

Reviewing the fraud landscape and evolution of techniques and tactics to stay ahead Mauriceo Castanheiro, Fraud Industry Expert, Verafin Below is an insight into what can be expected from Mauriceo's session at Fraud and Financial Crime Europe 2023. {{ vc_btn: title=Find+out+more+about+Fraud+and+Financial+Crime+Europe+2023&style=outline-custom&outline_custom_color=%23001c64&outline_custom_hover_background=%23001c64&outline_custom_hover_text=%23ffffff&link=url%3Ahttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.cefpro.com%252Fforthcoming-events%252Ffraud-financial-crime%252F }} The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the thought leader

Sponsors

Would your organisation like to partner with us?

To discuss how we can deliver your thought-leadership at the event, help you generate leads, and provide you with unique networking and branding opportunities, please contact sales@cefpro.com or call us on +44 (0)207 164 6582 for more information.

Knowledge partners

Co-Sponsors

Verafin - Industry - Leading Solutions for Anti-Financial Crime sponsoring CeFPro's Fraud and Financial Crime | CeFPro Events.

Associate Sponsors

Content and media partners

CeFPro Connect, Knowledge sharing platform for risk professionals

Agenda

8:00 – 8:50

Registration and breakfast

8:50 – 9:00

Chair’s opening remarks

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Day 1 Moderator: Zandi J. Marinzel, Counsel, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

9:00 – 9:45

SANCTIONS – PANEL DISCUSSION
Reviewing the sanctions landscape and keeping up with continued and upcoming change

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  • Managing unprecedented sanctions activity
  • Limited talent pool with sudden rise in demand
  • Driving efficiency and upskilling teams
  • Interaction with financial crime controls in place
  • Understanding and implementing sanctions
  • Data collection requirements for regulators across jurisdictions
  • Provision of services changes
  • Managing regulatory divergence post Brexit between UK and EU sanctions
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Arjun AhluwaliaTrade and ESG Compliance Lead – Senior Advisor, Regulation, Shell

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Louise MarshallHead of Strategy and Capability, OFSI

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Adam Oyebanji, Managing Director, EMEA Head of Sanctions, BNY Mellon

9:45 – 10:20

REGULATION
Reviewing the regulatory landscape and changes on the horizon to prepare for

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  • Minimizing impact to customers
  • Implementing ambiguous requirements
  • Reimbursement model impact on managing fraud
  • Reviewing the regulatory environment
  • Reviewing changes under the Economic Crime and Corporate
  • Transparency bill
  • Future of SARs under SARs reform
  • Reviewing the role of AML Authority in Europe
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Robertson Park, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

10:20-10:50

Morning refreshment break and networking

10:50-11:25

SANCTIONS – PANEL DISCUSSION
Monitoring and detection methods for sanctions evasion and breaches

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  • Identifying methodologies for sanctions evasion
  • Red flags to identify sanctions evasion
  • Beneficial ownership changes to avoid sanctions
  • Tactics of sanctioned entity to bypass sanctions
  • Tracking behavior patterns of sanctioned individuals
  • Monitoring for sanctions breaches
  • Capabilities of general due diligence
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Chloe Cina, Head of Global Sanctions Advisory, Deutsche Bank

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Sebastiaan Defourny, Director- Senior Sanctions Director, ING

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Svetlana Zarubina-Thomas, Head of Sanctions Compliance, Nordea

11:25-12:00


INTERNATIONAL APP FRAUD
Consortium analytics to detect and disrupt international Authorized Push Payment (APP) fraud

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  • Identifying APP fraud risk with consortium data and analytics
  • Uncovering fraudulent activity with cross-channel analytics
  • Profiling payees across a network of international banks
  • Identifying risky counterparties such as money mules
  • Reducing blocked transactions, false positives, losses and operational costs
Mauriceo Castanheiro
Mauriceo Castanheiro, Fraud Industry ExpertVerafin
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Jonathan Frost, Former Director of Technical Collaborations, Stop Scams UK

12:00-12:35


FRAUD SCORES
Experian Session Details to come.

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  • Session details to come soon
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Yaro Zozulya, Innovation Director, Identity & Fraud, Experian

12:35-1:35

Lunch break and networking

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Day 1 Moderator: Robert Wynn Jones, Partner, Mishcon de Reya LLP

1:35-2:20

FRAUD – PANEL DISCUSSION
Reviewing the fraud landscape and evolution of techniques and tactics to stay ahead

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  • Managing increased tactics of criminals
  • Use of technology in fraud attempts
  • Use of remote access devices
  • Financial implications as techniques evolve
  • Impact to customer experience and reputation

Click here to read Shyam’s pre-event interview.

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Gareth DaviesHead of Fraud, Allianz Global Corporate & Speciality (AGCS)

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Shyam Prasad Pratihari, Director – Fraud Risk – Financial Markets & Treasury, Standard Chartered Bank

Allen Anthony, Head of financial crime and compliance management, NEST, speaking at CeFPro's Fraud and Financial Crime Summit | CeFPro Events

Allen Anthony, Head of Financial Crime & Compliance Management, NEST

Mauriceo Castanheiro
Mauriceo Castanheiro, Fraud Industry ExpertVerafin

2:220-2:55

COLLABORATION
Approaches to enhance public private collaboration in the fight against fraud and financial crime

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  • Role of the serious fraud office
  • Benefits and crossovers of collaboration
  • Utilizing partnerships to mitigate fraud and financial crime
  • Leveraging private sector knowledge and expertise
  • Advancing technology utilization
  • Utilizing public sector knowledge and experience
  • Increased appetite to adopt UK model

Click here to read Nick’s pre-event interview.

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Alex Fisher, Director, Group Financial Crime Intelligence and Investigations, Standard Chartered Bank

2:55-3:30

INVESTMENT FRAUD
Educating customers on investment fraud and identifying red flags to look out for

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  • Advertisements of crypto as an investment
  • Social factors impacting investment decisions
  • Fast movement of criminals across products
  • Implementing internal controls to mitigate risk to customers
  • Gaining visibility across channels of communication

Click here to read Gareth’s pre-event interview.

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Gareth Dothie, Interim Head of Fraud Operations – Economic Crime Directorate (Acting Detective Chief Inspector), City of London Police

3:30-4:00

Afternoon refreshment break and networking

4:00-4:35


Artificial Intelligence in Anti-Financial Crime – the revolution that is yet to come

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  • We have come a long way – the state of affairs of AI in AFC
  • Productivity is king – speed up your compliance operations with AI
  • Solving the false-positive conundrum through AI
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Sebastian Hetzler, Co-CEO, IMTF

4:35-5:10

CRYPTOCURRENCY
Identifying financial crime and fraudulent activity with increased use of cryptocurrency and crypto assets

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  • Public Private collaboration in the cryptoasset ecosystem
  • Common cryptoasset money laundering methodologies
  • Finding a balance with cryptoasset development with risk of exploitation
  • Upcoming legislative changes
  • UK tax position on cryptoasset and addressing serious non compliance
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Sam BawtreeTechnology Enabled Money Laundering Subject Matter Expert, HMRC

5:10-5:20

Chair’s closing remarks

5:10-5:20

End of Day One

8:00 – 8:50

Registration and breakfast

8:50 – 9:00

Chair’s opening remarks

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Day 2 Moderator: Mona Vaswani, Partner,  Milbank LLP

9:00-9:45

FINANCIAL CRIME – PANEL DISCUSSION
Managing increased financial crime risk and opportunity in an adverse economic environment

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  • Increased risk in negative economic environment
  • Resources to tackle financial crime
  • Cost reductions impacting compliance programs and risk mitigation
  • Doing more with less
  • Tactical transformation measures to leverage analytics
  • Impact of geopolitical tensions on financial crime

Click here to read Kevin’s pre-event interview.

Hee Jung, Vice President, Financial Crime Advisory, Nomura, speaking at CeFPro's Fraud and Financial Crime Summit

Hee Jung, Vice President, Financial Crime Advisory, Nomura

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Igor Sumkovski, Head of Financial Crime, China Construction Bank Corporation London Branch

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Kevin Newe, Assistant Director – Illicit Finance Strategy, HMRC

9:45-10:20

FINANCIAL CRIME MODELS
Developing financial crime modeling approaches to more advanced capabilities

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  • Advancing model documentation
  • Challenges with rules-based models
  • Moving to more advanced modeling techniques
  • Connecting the dots from rules based to advanced modeling
  • Maintaining explainability of models
  • Setting thresholds based on expert judgement
Suvadeep Adhikari, senior Data Science Model Validator, ING speaking on Financial Crime Models

Suvadeep Adhikari, Senior Data Science Model Validator, ING

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Behrouz Raftari Tangabi, Senior Model Validator, ING

10:20-10:50

Morning refreshment break and networking

10:50-11:35

AI & MACHINE LEARNING – PANEL DISCUSSION
Implementing AI and machine learning and reviewing criminal approaches and use cases to mitigate risk

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  • Implementing deep learning capabilities
  • Leveraging unstructured data and pattern analysis
  • How AI can change the dynamic of the fraud landscape
  • Leveraging behavioral analytics and improving biometric data
  • ChatGPT opportunities to manage and create risk
  • Leveraging technology as a tool and protecting against external uses
  • Deepfake, voice biometrics etc…
  • Filtering hype from real change opportunities
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Andrew Fleming, MI and Reporting EMEA Lead, Deutsche Bank

Jim Hale, Head of Assurance for Financial Crime Prevention, UBS is speaking at Fraud & Financial Crime by CeFPro Events

Jim Hales, Head of Assurance for Financial Crime Prevention, UBS

11:35-12:10

SOCIAL MEDIA
Understanding interlinkages of social media and wider ecosystem’s role in enabling fraud

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  • Increased visibility into personal data
  • Ofcom empowerment to police websites
  • Increased focus on social media predators
  • APP fraud within social media markets
  • Online Safety Bill in minimizing investment fraud online
  • Role of telecommunication, Bigtech and social media in enabling fraud
  • Enhancing controls to identify fraud
  • Implementing a financial imperative across the ecosystem
  • Use of deep fakes in celebrity endorsements
Ionela Emmett

Ionela Emmett, Senior Manager, Financial Crime Controls, Risks and Policy & Advisory, ICBC Standard Bank

12:10-12:45

INTERNAL FRAUD
Managing increased internal fraud risk as economic volatility causes heightened risk

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  • Reviewing access of individuals and teams
  • Implementing the right controls to limit reliance on one individual
  • Independent review
  • Developing independent checks and balances
  • Oversight and review practices beyond audit
  • Higher risk of internal fraud in volatility
  • Reputation risks of embezzlement
  • Processes and reviews for employee access
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Alicja Hellak, Compliance Officer, Commerzbank AG

12:45-1:45

Lunch break and networking

1:45-2:20

WHISTLEBLOWING
Whistleblowing: An alternative method of fraud detection to traditional fraud controls

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  • Existing research on whistleblowing as a fraud detection method
  • Why whistleblowing is a better alternative to traditional fraud detection techniques
  • How whistleblowing currently operates as a method of fraud detection globally
  • Steps organisations should take when using whistleblowing as a fraud detection tool
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Natalie Sookhoo, Vice President – CCO Investigations, Credit Suisse

2:20-2:55

SOCIAL
Identifying slavery risks in banking 

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  • Increased focus from regulators and law enforcement
  • ESG and the Proceeds of Crime Act
  • The role of banks in fighting slavery – identifying and managing the risk
  • Educating companies
  • Culture, conduct and personal accountability
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Dr Liliya Gelemerova, Head of UK Financial Security, Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (CACIB)

2:55-3:25

Afternoon refreshment break and networking

3:25-4:00


Best practices for fraud prevention and 
detection

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  • How to structure fraud prevention
  • The changing fraud landscape
  • Team management best practises
  • The role of data vs. machine learning
  • What does good look like?
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Nicholas Clark, former Head of Data Science, Card & Payment Fraud Prevention, Danske Bank

4:00-4:35

FBI – CASE STUDY
FBI: Foreign bribery, kleptocracy and high level money laundering

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  • Tracing illicit funds across certain jurisdictions
  • Expansion of collaborating amongst law enforcement agencies globally
  • Collaboration to trace illicit funds
  • Awareness and training regarding foreign bribery and theft
  • Capabilities to investigate and prosecute
  • Approaches to expedite bank to bank request for information
  • Internationally and domestically
  • Reviewing Fincen top priorities
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Patrick Killeen, Unit Chief-International Corruption Unit, FBI

4:35-4:45

Chair’s closing remarks

4:45

End of Summit

Knowledge Partners

Verafin - Industry - Leading Solutions for Anti-Financial Crime sponsoring CeFPro's Fraud and Financial Crime | CeFPro Events.

Co-Sponsor

Associate Sponsors

Content and Media Partners

CeFPro Connect is content and media partner for Third Party & Supply Chain Risk USA
iNFRont Magazine is content and media partner to Third Party & Supply Chain Risk USA

Speakers

Hear from subject matter experts and industry front-runners

Suvadeep Adhikari, senior Data Science Model Validator, ING speaking on Financial Crime Models

Suvadeep Adhikari
Senior Data Science Model Validator
ING

Arjun Ahluwalia Trade and ESG Compliance Lead – Senior Advisor, Regulation Shell speaking at Fraud and Financial Crime Summit | CeFPro Events

Arjun Ahluwalia
Global Head of Sanctions
Santander Corporate & Investment Banking

Allen Anthony, Head of financial crime and compliance management, NEST, speaking at CeFPro's Fraud and Financial Crime Summit | CeFPro Events

Allen Anthony
Head of Financial Crime & Compliance Management 
NEST

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Sam Bawtree
Technology Enabled Money Laundering Subject Matter Expert
HMRC

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Chloe Cina
Head of Global Sanctions Advisory
Deutsche Bank

Mauriceo Castanheiro

Mauriceo Castanheiro
Fraud Industry Expert 
Verafin

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Nicholas Clark
former Head of Data Science, Card & Payment Fraud Prevention
Danske Bank

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Gareth Dothie
Interim Head of Fraud Operations – Economic Crime Directorate (Acting Detective Chief Inspector)
City of London Police

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Gareth Davies
Head of Fraud
Allianz Global Corporate & Speciality (AGCS)

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Sebastiaan Defourny
Director – Senior Sanctions Officer
ING

Ionela Emmett

Ionela Emmett
Senior Manager, Financial Crime Controls, Risks and Policy & Advisory
ICBC Standard Bank

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Alexander Fisher
Director, Group Financial Crime Intelligence and Investigation
Standard Chartered Bank

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Andrew Fleming
MI and Reporting EMEA Lead
Deutsche Bank

John Frost, Verafin will be speaking at CeFPro's Fraud and Financial Crime Summit | CeFPro Events

Johnathan Frost
Former Director of Technical Collaborations
Stop Scams UK

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Dr Liliya Gelemerova
Head of UK Financial Security
Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (CACIB)

Jim Hale, Head of Assurance for Financial Crime Prevention, UBS is speaking at Fraud & Financial Crime by CeFPro Events

Jim Hales
Head of Assurance for Financial Crime Prevention
UBS

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Alicja Hellak
Compliance Officer
Commerzbank AG

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Sebastian Hetzler
Co-CEO
IMTF

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Robert Wynn Jones
Partner
Mishcon de Reya LLP

Hee Jung, Vice President, Financial Crime Advisory, Nomura, speaking at CeFPro's Fraud and Financial Crime Summit

Hee Jung
Vice President, Financial Crime Advisory
Nomura

Patrick killeen

Patrick Killeen
Unit Chief – International Corruption Unit
FBI

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Louise Marshall
Head of Strategy and Capability
OFSI

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Alexandra (Zandi) J.Marinzel
Counsel
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

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Kevin Newe
 Assistant Director – Illicit Finance Strategy
HMRC

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Adam Oyebanji
Managing Director, EMEA Head of Sanctions
BNY Mellon

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Robertson Park
Partner
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

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Shyam Prasad Pratihari
 Director – Fraud Risk – Financial Markets & Treasury
Standard Chartered Bank

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Behrouz Raftari Tangabi
Senior Model Validator
ING

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Svetlana Rhodes
Head of Financial Crime Compliance and MLRO
Brown Shipley

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Natalie Sookhoo
Vice President – CCO Investigations
Credit Suisse

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Igor Sumkovski
Head of Financial Crime
China Construction Bank Corporation London Branch

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Mona Vaswani
Partner
Milbank LLP

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Svetlana Zarubina-Thomas
Head of Sanctions Compliance
Nordea

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Yaro Zozulya
Innovation Director, Identity & Fraud
Experian

Sponsors

Knowledge partners

Verafin - Industry - Leading Solutions for Anti-Financial Crime sponsoring CeFPro's Fraud and Financial Crime | CeFPro Events.

Co-Sponsors

Associate Sponsors

Content and media partners

CeFPro Connect, Knowledge sharing platform for risk professionals

Venue & FAQs

Thistle Hotel Marble Arch
Bryanston Street
Marble Arch
London
W1H 7EH

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I share my thought leadership at Fraud & Financial Crime Europe?

CeFPro are happy to discuss speaking opportunities at the Fraud & Financial Crime Europe Summit. For further information on this please contact production@cefpro.com if you are from a financial institutions / sales@cefpro.com if you are an information/service provider or call us on 020 7164 6582

Will there be opportunities to network with other attendees?

There are ample opportunities for networking and interaction throughout the Summit, such as:

  • Breakfast, lunch and refreshment breaks
  • Drinks reception at the end of day-1
  • Q&As, panel discussions, and audience participation technology

What is included within the registration fee?

Registration includes breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunches, the drinks reception at the end of day-1, full access to the sessions and exhibition area. Presentations from the sessions are also available via our post-event website, available on CeFPro Connect under Course Materials once the Summit has taken place.

Where can I find the Summit documentation and speaker presentations?

All registered attendees will receive an email with access to documentation and speaker presentations after the Summit* We will work with our presenters to include as many presentations as possible on our App during the Summit.

*Please note that our speakers often have to gain permission from their relevant compliance departments to release their presentations. On rare occasions compliance may not allow presentations to be distributed.

Will breakfast, lunch and refreshment be provided?

Yes. As with all of our events the Center for Financial Professionals will be providing brilliant coffee, breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and smaller bites during the networking breaks.

Are there any rules on dress code?

Business attire is requested. The Summit is a formal opportunity to network with like-minded professionals and to gain knowledge from the industry’s finest risk management experts.

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Register for Fraud & Financial Crime today and join the likes of 150+ industry professionals and subject matter experts looking to engage in meaningful conversation and discuss the latest developments and challenges within the fraud and financial crime sector.

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