Private Sector Information Sharing

Sponsored by

exisNexis Risk Solutions
  • When: June 27, 2019
  • Time: 1-2pm BST
  • Level: All

One of the most promising AML compliance trends for 2019 is the prospect of increased information sharing between financial institutions. Considered a cornerstone of an effective AML/CFT framework, information sharing is a key component of the recommendations set out by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).

Learning Objectives

  • How early initiatives globally have shown that bridging the gap between different players makes a big difference
  • What obstacles need to be overcome to ensure a culture of collaboration is cultivated, and supported by timely guidance from regulators?
  • How can technology solutions can help organisations perform counterparty due diligence or customer profiling

Who Should Attend

  • Compliance Personnel
  • General Counsel
  • Industry Consultants
  • Risk Managers

Industry/Region

  • Financial Institutions
  • Fraud Detection
  • Europe

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Speakers

  • Nina Kerkez

  • Market Planning Manager
  • LexisNexis Risk Solutions

Bio

Nina Kerkez is a part of the International Financial Crime Compliance Market Planning team. From her base in London, Nina leads FCC market strategy in EMEA, our largest International region in terms of revenue and client numbers.

Nina has started her career in business-to-business marketing, eventually transitioning her talents to technology product development, including pricing. She specializes in go-to-market strategies and new product development for the risk and compliance sector with attention toward know your customer (KYC) efforts, for the last five years.


Matt Lowe
  • Matt Lowe

  • Technical Specialist / RegTech & Advanced Analytics Strategy & Competition Division
  • Financial Conduct Authority

Bio

Matt Lowe is the Senior Technical Specialist within the Innovation team at the Financial Conduct Authority. Matt is responsible for leading on the technical requirements for FCA TechSprints and is currently leading on the Global anti-money laundering and financial crime TechSprint to be held in London on 29 July – 2 August.

Matt has worked across many projects in the regulatory environment over the past 8 years and after an 18 month secondment at the European Securities Markets Authority delivering MiFID II, Matt has returned to the FCA to help drive the innovation strategy for the FCA.