Risk is dynamic but compliance processes have been static. Are you ready for change?
The pressure is on. As businesses return to a new sense of normal there is renewed energy for the adoption of digital processes. There is no escape, and compliance teams must meet the challenge head-on and realise the benefits that automation can bring. Risk is dynamic and compliance processes must deliver against these fast-moving changes.
Regulated industries have learnt that digital transformation can be delivered ahead of the agenda.
Watch the latest webinar on demand as we discuss how compliance teams can now take advantage of the change in a positive step forward to drive operational efficiencies within your organisation.
Topics for discussion:-
- UK government’s upcoming update to the Money Laundering Regulation 2017
- The propensity for financial crime as the world opens-up for business
- Taking advantage of change – demonstrating what automation can achieve
- How businesses can implement positive change into their compliance roadmap
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Chair of Advisory Board for the Global Compliance Institute
Martin is one of the world’s leading AML commentators, best known as the “Wachovia Whistleblower”, Martin was formerly a Metropolitan Police Officer and latterly the Head of Financial Crime at Thomson Reuters.
Martin has experience with major compliance cases and settlements from a number of perspectives. He now applies his experience to the analysis and subsequent commentary of current compliance investigations and settlements. Previously, he advised bankers, regulators, the United Nations, central bankers, and law enforcement groups from around the world.
Digital Transformation Lead at Crowdz
Based in London Aiman serves as a director for Crowdz, an innovative fintech headquartered in Silicon Valley USA, which is focused on digitizing and automating trade finance. For the last four years Aiman has held a number of managerial positions in Barclays Corporate and Private Bank within the trade finance and working capital businesses focusing on origination, structuring and execution. Prior to joining Barclays in December 2014, Aiman spent almost a decade as a structurer at Standard Chartered Bank in their offices in New York and Dubai, where he was responsible for arranging and executing structured trade and commodity financings. During his banking career he has also held roles covering Treasury Sales and Trading, Hedge Funds and Asset Management. Aiman holds a B.A. with Honours in Economics and Management Studies from the University of Sussex.
Managing Director of EA Compliance
Lori is a pioneer of estate agency compliance. Lori joined the industry 20 years ago with Foxtons as an Accounts Assistant. Lori was then put in charge of a team and ran the Property Management and Lettings Accounts department for eight years. In 2008, Lori set up Foxtons’ Compliance Department when the word ‘compliance’ did not even feature in agency vocabulary.
Co-founder of RegTech Associates
Sian founded RegTech Women in 2019 after noticing that despite there being many fabulous women working in RegTech, there was no community bringing them all together.
In her day job, Sian is Co-Founder at RegTech Associates where she works with technology clients to help them refine, grow and scale their RegTech products and companies and with regulated firms to ensure they select the solutions that meet their regulatory needs. She leads the research and content generation activities. Sian is a recognised expert and influencer in RegTech and financial regulation and is featured on the Innovate Finance Women in FinTech Powerlists of 2019 and 2020.