8:50 Chair’s opening remarks

Moderated by: Matthew SalisburyCo-Founder & CEO, Honey Badger


9:00 Reviewing the regulatory landscape to stay ahead of continuous change

Session details 

  • Assessing the reform of Companies House
  • Reviewing FATF Guidance on Proliferation Finance
  • Recent changes to the UK money laundering regulations
  • Understanding updates to the Economic Crime Act
  • Overview of the European Union Comprehensive AML Action Plan

Riley PetersonDirector, Head of Strategy and Governance, MUFG


9:35 Managing the increased globalization of regulatory expectations and enforcement

Session details 

  • Enhancing global collaboration on enforcement
  • Managing disconnect across international expectations and enforcement
  • Reviewing impact of regulatory disparities on assessment of risk and compliance resources
    • Addressing AML/KYC and beneficial ownership challenges
  • Approaches to meet regulatory expectations.

Robertson Park, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Alexandra (Zandi) J. Marinzel, Counsel, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

10:10 Morning refreshment break and networking


10:40 Managing increasingly complex scams landscape as tactics continue to evolve

Session details 

  • Global collaboration to address and track fraud across multiple locations
  • Identifying scams that are conducted through high level geolocation technology
  • Challenges detecting transfer of funds to multiple jurisdictions
  • Identifying falsified information and money laundering within lending products
    • Government controls in place to prevent falsified documents

Vinaya Parvate, Managing Director, Global Head of Fraud Risk Oversight, Citi
Howard Rawstron, Head of Economic Crime Prevention Oversight, Lloyds Banking Group
Serpil Hall, Head of Financial Crime and Fraud, Celebrus, Celebrus – D4t4 Solutions Plc


11:20 Whistleblowing: an alternative method of fraud detection to traditional fraud controls

Session details 

  • Why whistleblowing is a better alternative to traditional fraud detection techniques
  • How whistleblowing currently operates as a method of fraud detection globally
  • What steps organisations should take when using whistleblowing as a fraud detection method

Natalie Sookhoo, Vice President – CCO Investigations and Anti-Fraud, Credit Suisse


11:55 Automating across the financial crime lifecycle

Session details 

  • Positioning KYC as the gateway to all other related functions
  • Implementing AI standards with no bias
  • Challenges with using an external vendor solution for KYC
  • Ethical concerns within KYC
  • Managing the impact of future AI regulations on KYC
  • The potential challenge that climate risk could have on KYC

Guy Mettrick, Global Industry Lead – Financial Services, Appian
Rhys JonesGlobal Head of Banking, Vuram


12:30 How cloud-based AML can strengthen compliance and security?

Gion-Andri Busser, CEO, IMTF

12:40 Lunch break and networking


1:30 Managing an intensifying scams landscape within crypto and managing heightened fraud and money laundering risks

Session details 

  • Understanding cryptocurrency as an investment to avoid fraud
  • Detecting the vulnerabilities fraudsters capitalize on
  • Educating novice cryptocurrency investors
  • Understanding why and how cryptocurrency is used to commit crime
  • Tracking cryptocurrency that has been laundered between jurisdictions
  • Recovering assets related to cryptocurrency
  • Future state involvement in cryptocurrencies

Faizal Nunes,  Deputy Global Head of Anti-FraudCredit Suisse
Dr. Sabine Dittrich, formerly Global Head of Regulatory Intelligence, UBS
Sam Bawtree, Technology Enabled Money Laundering Subject Matter Expert, Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs
Barbara Halasek, Head of Regulatory Affairs, Coinfirm


2:10 Managing increased money laundering activity caused by stricter sanctions

Session details 

  • Reviewing the money laundering risks of digital currency and sanctions
  • The role of cryptocurrency and blockchain in Russian sanctions
  • Assessing the challenges of using crypto to avoid sanctions
  • Understanding Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and the money laundering threats they pose
    • NFT money laundering risk mitigators

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


2:45 Tackling fraud & money laundering across payments and crypto

Session details 

  • Understanding fraud and money laundering patterns across payments and crypto
  • Insight into the latest tactics and techniques being employed by bad actors
  • Red flags for suspicious crypto activities
  • Options for defining and managing cryptocurrency risk appetite

Pamela Clegg, Vice President, Financial Investigations, CipherTrace
David Divitt, Vice President, Financial Crime Product, Mastercard

3:20 Afternoon refreshment break and networking


3:50 Managing complex sanctions requirements and approaches for effective implementation of changes

Session details 

  • Understanding the resources behind sanctions which make them effective and efficient
  • How technology can and has assisted with implementing sanctions
  • Ensuring systems can keep up with ever-changing sanctions
  • Managing allocation of resources amidst the geopolitical crisis
  • Lessons learnt from fast paced Russian sanctions
  • Maintaining a team with consistent understanding of sanctions, laws and regulations
  • How organizations are mobilizing themselves around such intense sanctions
  • Reviewing sanctions strategy and what are separate regions trying to achieve

Chloe Cina, Head of Global Sanctions Advisory, Deutsche Bank
Svetlana Zarubina-Thomas, Head of Sanctions Compliance, Nordea
Hugo Veazey, Financial Crime Compliance Industry Practice Lead, Moody’s Analytics


4:30 Reviewing the digital identity lifecycle & best practice

Session details 

  • Improving the identity customer lifecycle
  • Use of technology to enhance digital identity verification
  • Challenges with the current digital KYC process
  • Assessing the increased use of biometric technology
  • Enhancing the user’s journey and overall experience
  • Anti-spoofing techniques best practice

Travis Joseph, Client Manager, Mitek Systems


5:05 Exploring the role of technology in protecting increasingly complex digital identity

Session details 

  • Authenticating identities online
  • Role of design and technology in identity
    • Looking beyond digital wallets and information sharing
  • Understanding value of identity and methods to protect it
  • The role of designers, developers and users
  • Fraud and financial crime prevention and opportunities

Dr Philip Bonhard, Head of Design – Security, Authentication and Identity, Lloyds Banking Group

5:40 Chair’s closing remarks

5:50 End of day one and networking drinks reception

8:50 Chair’s opening remarks

Moderated by: Mona Vaswani, Partner,  Milbank LLP


9:00 Managing cybercrime in an increased digitalized working environment

Session details 

  • Managing intensified cyber attacks on financial institutions influenced by the ongoing global crisis
  • Detecting new techniques being used by cyber criminals
  • Understanding the threat cyber attacks pose on your institution
  • Ensuring your organizations security is advanced enough to protect against the increasing intensity of cyber attacks
  • Heightened risk of cyber attacks on countries with stronger sanctions against Russia
  • Measures to be taken to protect your institution from data breaches

Fabrice Brossart, CRO, General Insurance and International, AIG


9:40 Managing fraud versus friction in the customer lifecycle

Session details 

  • Customer onboarding in an increased regulatory environment
    • Managing regulatory challenges
  • Identifying moments of vulnerability
  • Best practices for customer onboarding and continuous trust
    • Reducing onboarding fraud and minimizing friction
  • Industry best practice hints and ideas

Surash Patel, VP EMEA, TeleSign Corporation

10:15 Morning refreshment break and networking


10:45 Balancing fraud prevention and customer experience

Session details 

  • Reviewing the impact of fraud prevention on customer experience, and why it shouldn’t be ignored
  • Leveraging continuous monitoring, dynamic real-time decisioning, and identity orchestration for fraud prevention
  • Adapting user experience and minimizing friction without opening the back door to fraudsters
  • Maintaining the balance between security and seamlessness
  • Designing a lasting fraud prevention strategy

Mansoor Qureshi, Senior Manager – Fraud, Ping Identity


11:20 How can data and intelligence support transaction monitoring?

Session details 

  • Understanding the purpose of transaction monitoring
    • Compliance, risk management or crime prevention?
  • The importance of information exchanges and feedback loops
  • Discussing future developments for surveillance monitoring
    • Intelligence-led monitoring and data-driven perpetual KYC

Alexander FisherDirector, Group Financial Crime Intelligence and Investigations,
Standard Chartered Bank


11:55 Turning the tide of payments fraud: Navigating and managing the evolving threats

Session details 

  • Reviewing the evolution of fraud tactics
    • Move to Payments fraud, authorized push payments and business email compromise
  • The role of mules and opportunities to combat fraud
  • Preparing for potential liability shift on the horizon and updating approaches
  • Profiling customers to identify receiver of payments and identify mules vs. safe accounts
  • Case study leveraging consortium based analytics in other jurisdictions

Colin Parsons, Head of Product Management, Fraud and Scams Prevention, Verafin


12:30 How is artificial intelligence and data analytics transforming the way firms are combatting fraud and financial crime

Saeed Patel, Group Director of Product Development Management, Eastnets

12:40 Lunch break and networking


1:30 Managing an increased risk of internal fraud as a result of financial strain and controls with remote working

Session details 

  • Detection techniques of internal fraud and understanding causes
  • Correlating the increase in internal fraud with recent global events
  • Using technology as a tool to identify internal fraud
  • Cost-optimization of internal fraud
  • Distinguishing internal fraud between criminals and employees
  • Preventing internal fraud in a hybrid working environment
  • Creating a good working culture to prevent internal fraud

John KeoganHead, Fraud Risk – Internal Fraud PreventionStandard Chartered Bank
Andy Slater, Commercial Director, FACT360


2:30 Defining and managing culture and conduct and moving towards an industry standard

Session details 

  • Focusing on looking at culture and conduct through a financial crime lens
  • Defining conduct and culture and the influencing factors that impact the definition
  • Increased appetite of culture and conduct from regulators
  • Identifying responsibility of defining culture and conduct
  • Creating conduct issues with unrealistic targets
  • Lack of guidance and prescriptive standards from regulators
  • Culture and conduct impact on varying stakeholders

Paul CoadyGlobal Head of AFC People, Education & Culture, Deutsche Bank

Moderator: William Charles, Partner, Milbank LLP


3:05 Viewing greenwashing as a fraudulent activity and the impact of uncertainty on the industry

Session details 

  • Addressing the reputational risk associated with green investing
  • Guidance from regulatory authorities on defining what ‘green’ means
  • Consequence for falsely reporting on green metrics of your organization

Dr Liliya GelemerovaHead of UK Financial Security, Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (CACIB)
Jacobo Munoz Agra, Head of Compliance UK & Europe, Rabobank
Jane Alimonda, Regional Audit Director for Financial Crimes, Fraud and ESG EMEA, MUFG


3:45 Model risk and model validation of fraud and KYC models having AI and ML as emerging trends

Session details 

  • Model Risk Management at ING
    • What we do as a team
  • Solution and Dilemma of KYC/ Fraud model validation
  • Challenges in AI models within KYC and Fraud domains
  • Future of KYC and Fraud
  • Model Ethics

Ayan MukherjeeSenior Product Owner, VP, Model ValidationING Bank
Michiel van LunsenData Science Model ValidatorING Bank

4:20 Chair’s closing remarks and end of Summit