Prior to his retirement, Mr. Chapman was a career banker with over 42 years of professional experience.
In his last role at Westpac Banking Corporation, he was responsible for managing a number of functions including Group Fraud Control, Physical Security, Business Continuity Services, Cash and ATM Services as well as managing the group’s compliance with AML/CTF legislation.
Since his retirement, Mr. Chapman has been consulting in both the public and private sectors, not only in Australia, but also internationally. He specialises in controls against financial crime and management of cash services. His international experience includes assignments for the United Nations, the Asian Development Bank, The Eurasian Group on Money Laundering (on behalf of the FSVC), Bank Negara Malaysia, Institut Bank-Bank Malaysia and the Labuan Offshore Financial Services Authority. He has been a guest speaker at a number of international AML/CTF conferences and international conferences associated with the cash services industry.
Mr. Chapman is a foundation member and Co-Chair of the ACAMS Australasian Chapter, a member of the ACAMS Education Task Force and received the ACAMS AML Professional of the Year award in 2009. Mr. Chapman is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) and a certified CAMS-Audit member of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS). He is a member of the ACAMS Education Taskforce and is a member of the CAMS and CAMS-Audit instructor faculties and is also a member of the Advanced Certification Review Board.
At the ACAMS 8th International Anti-Money Laundering Conference held in Las Vegas on 29 September to 2 October 2009, Aub received the prestigious ACAMS AML Professional of the Year award.
Mr. Chapman is also a Fellow of Blockchain Australia and a member of Australian Digital Commerce Association’s AML Committee which (amongst other tasks) assesses eligible Digital Currency Exchanges for certification.