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Crypto risk - old dog, new tricks?

Anthony has worked extensively with organisations who are encountered cryptocurrencies by design or by accident. Both bring the potential for exposure to financial crime. How do you decide your risk appetite and manage relationships with crypto assets in a way which enhances business rather than threatens it?


Anthony is a financial crime barrister at Church Court Chambers and a director at Eskin Taylor, a DLT consultancy firm.

Anthony's background is in finance and law. He spent two years as an analyst on the foreign exchange desk at Goldman Sachs, and was subsequently called to the Bar where he has practised financial and business crime cases for the past six years.

Anthony advises companies on the legal and regulatory landscape of DLT, crypto-assets, and ICOs. He sat on KPMG's specialist cryptocurrency panel and has worked with various regulators and government agencies. He has trained and advised numerous national and international financial institutions on risk, compliance, and AML/CTF matters with regards to crypto-assets.

Avere is the Co-founder & Managing Director of Cynopsis and is responsible for the strategic expansion of the business into EMEA. He is a qualified accountant and accomplished senior financial services professional with over 25 years of international experience.

Avere started his career with JP Morgan in London and gained most of his international experience with BNY Mellon and Manulife Asset Management in Asia. His last role at Manulife was Senior Managing Director with responsibility for all client facing activity in the region including sales, relationship management, client service, marketing and product development an important part of which was regulatory compliant client on-boarding.


Streamlining KYC: What solutions can RegTech offer

As Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Countering Terrorist Financing (CTF) regulations become increasingly stringent and complex and their enforcement increasingly punitive, many firms that are relying on largely manual KYC processes are finding it harder and more costly to keep up.

Fortunately, help is at hand in the form of latest technological developments in e-KYC which are streamlining the end-to-end KYC process and making it more cost and labour efficient.   Find out more about latest trends in regulatory technology is helping firms to effectively and efficiently manage their KYC to better address both internal risk management and external regulatory requirements.

AML audits – are you asking the right questions?

An enterprise-wide AML risk management program is more than Know Your Customer. Asking the right questions as part of a meaningful audit of the AML governance framework dramatically impacts the usefulness of the results. Dawn’s session will consider the practicalities of the AML audit and how to conduct an audit that will provide meaningful outputs which can be fed back into the ongoing enterprise-wide risk assessment, rather than simply creating a table of audit points to close and forget about.


A FCP professional and the current Deputy MLRO at Arbuthnot Latham & Co., Limited, Dawn’s 19 years’ experience combines the practical application of FCP and AML as a hands on practitioner in a number of financial services firms, and a focus on thought leadership through her work as a Course Director for the ICA, covering multiple financial crime prevention disciplines at all levels from beginner through to Board level and for a variety of audiences including the wider regulated sector, regulators and law enforcement with engagements from the UK to the Philippines and many countries in between.

In conjunction with the International Compliance Association, Dawn’s session will consider the practicalities of the AML audit and how to conduct an audit that will provide meaningful results that can be fed back into the ongoing enterprise-wide risk assessment rather than simply creating a table of audit points to close.

How do I make RegTech work for my business? A non-technical discussion about implementing compliance software.

Compliance professionals often have to be a jack of all trades in our efforts to build and maintain a best in class compliance program - and this increasingly includes navigating the complexities of RegTech implementation. This discussion, led by a self-proclaimed digital immigrant, will explore three stages of implementation: selection, configuration and roll out. Learn lessons from our implementation of two online software solutions in a global business. Consider which business functions are needed to support the project; learn some key tech terminology; discuss tactics for employee engagement; and get excited about the possibilities for reducing compliance risk with better data and reporting.


Fiona is responsible for compliance across Hines’ European, Eurasian and Asian businesses.

Fiona joined Hines in 2006 as a member of the investment management function. Since 2010 she has shaped Hines’ response to a tightening regulatory environment, establishing a MiFID regulated entity in London, instilled proper policies and procedures within the Luxembourg regulated fund management business and created the internal control framework and compliance monitoring for a recently licensed investment advisory business in South Korea.

Fiona also work closely with the Hines CCO to ensure Hines has a robust compliance program creating a consistent culture of adherence to the highest ethical standards across the globe. 

Fiona has an MSc in Urban Regeneration from University College London and a BSc in Psychology from Durham University. She is a qualified Chartered Surveyor and a Fellow of the International Compliance Association. She also holds the ICA postgraduate professional diploma in Governance, Risk and Compliance awarded in association with Manchester University.


How ethical are you?

As compliance professionals, we all assume we act in an ethical manner. But can that be challenged? Might the way we behave change if we consider the ramifications of our actions? In this interactive session, Murray will use a number of branching scenarios to draw out what ethics means and whether any situation is black and white and provide tools to aid more effective conversations.


Gail is a risk specialist, compliance consultant and trainer with a solid track record in challenging international environments. She is passionate about designing and implementing principle-based, effective and relevant compliance programs. She applies her expertise to help clients achieve clarity, certainty and co-ordination in their compliance programs, bringing them peace of mind that their compliance program will withstand scrutiny. She is currently leading a culture of compliance project in a global systemically important bank and is a trainer for the ICA´s International Diploma in Anti-Money Laundering and the Advanced Certificate in Business Compliance. Her multi-cultural South African background, together with almost a decade of living in Spain, equips her with a unique tool-set. She has held various roles in retail and corporate risk, implemented significant transformation projects in the areas of compliance and technology and led multi-disciplinary teams across varied geographies. Gail is a regular speaker at international credit conferences, is a FICA member of the International Compliance Association, a member of the Law Society of South Africa and a registered insolvency practitioner. Gail´s academic qualifications include: Bachelor of Commerce (Economics and Law majors), Postgraduate Diploma in Governance, Risk and Compliance, Certified Auditor: ISO 19600 Compliance Management Systems & ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management Systems.

Jason Fox is a former Royal Marine Commando and Special Forces Sergeant. Now you are most likely to find him on our film & television screens and giving us a taste of action and adventure around the world. Jason joined the Royal Marine Commandos at 16, serving for 10 years, after which he passed the gruelling selection process for the Special Forces, serving with the Special Boat Service.

He’s planned and led operations including hostage rescue, counter terrorism, counter insurgency, maritime counter terrorism, surveillance, body guarding and counter narcotic missions. Jason also trained as a combat swimmer, demolitions expert, Special Forces dog handler and jungle survival expert. He left the Special Forces in 2012, moving in to the TV and Film industry, initially by using his wealth of experience in the Special Forces to support production crews who were working in environmentally hostile areas, such as the jungle, the arctic or the desert. It was during this period that Jason was one of the divers that found the lost treasure of Captain Kidd – one of the most prolific pirates of the 17th century – just off the coast of Madagascar.

Jason then went on to star in front of the camera for Channel 4’s first series of prime-time hit show, ‘SAS: Who Dares Wins’. We are now on series 3 of the successful series, which has been praised for drawing in a significant share of young audiences and receiving critical acclaim.

Spring 2018 saw Jason’s new primetime, ground-breaking and channel first series, ‘The Real Narco’s air on c4. Hailed as their flagship show for the year, Jason confronted the kind of criminals he once targeted, meeting cocaine cooks, cartel enforcers, underworld kingpins and traffickers to understand the complexities of the billion-pound narcotics industry. Jason also takes a producer credit on the series.

With a broad range of experiences, Foxy regularly leads and motivates teams in pressurised environments for the corporate world. Designing specific packages for the ultimate team building exercise; where the team can be put through challenging and gruelling Special Forces drills.

Jason is also Co-founder of Rock 2 Recovery (which helps preserve lives of distressed servicemen, veterans and their families) and an ambassador for Veterans 4 Wildlife (for the prevention of wildlife crime). Whilst also lending support to Movember to raise awareness for prostate cancer. Finally, Jason recently set two new world records, in a never been done before row across the Atlantic in aid of the NSPCC.

How can I raise my professional profile and why should I?

Understand the essential steps it takes to raise your professional profile, get to know the quickest and best approaches to enhance your visibility and have you heard especially when having those Big Compliance Conversations. Have you ever been shown effective ways to build and refine your personal success to raise your professional profile? This session will demystify how Visibility makes you memorable and magnetic.


Jenny Kovacs is a Visibility Specialist and creator of the Visibility VIBES™ system, she speaks, consults, trains and coaches on raising your visibility, confidence and profile.

Showing you key essentials to be seen, heard and noticed; so you’re positioned with credibility as the go to person in your organisation and field, to raise your profile and professional.

Jenny also works with organisations through The Speaking Out Authentically™ and Presentations That Sell™ Programmes.

Kathleen Wainwright is Regional Manager of Business Intelligence, EMEA at Refinitiv.  Kathleen previously worked as a journalist covering the energy sector for Argus Media.  She studied at Cambridge University, University College London and BPP Law School.

Going beyond the public domain - how does Business Intelligence enhance risk management?

Publicly available information has been the mainstay of understanding customer risk. But is it ‘enough’? In this session, Refinitiv will discuss real case studies involving Source of Wealth information to illustrate the value of the deploying business intelligence researchers with networks of personal contacts. This additional insight can mean the difference between accepting the information that you have, or uncovering the true picture behind the complex schemes designed specifically to mask it from the public domain.

Marios Skandalis FCCA, CFC, CFE, FICA, FCIS, is a Fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (UK), a licensed member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (US), a Fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators – ICSA (UK) and a Certified Financial Consultant.  He is also a Fellow member of the International Compliance Association (UK) and a professional member of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (US).

Today he is the Director of the Group Compliance Division of the Bank of Cyprus Group.  His professional career commenced in 1995 when he served as an Audit Supervisor and a Senior Management Consultant with Ernst & Young in the South-Eastern European region.  In year 2000 he moved to the Bank of Cyprus Group and took the post of Chief Financial Officer of the General Insurance of Cyprus for over a decade.  He then took the post of Manager for the Organization of the Bank’s Overseas Operations until 2013 when he was appointed as Legal Representative and head of the Bank of Cyprus’ operations in Greece.

Mr Skandalis is the President of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Cyprus and the Vice-President and founder member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (Cyprus).  He is the President of the Cyprus Integrity Forum and the former Executive Vice-President and founder member of Transparency International (Cyprus).  He is also an appointed Board member of the Technical Advisory Board of the International Compliance Association (UK).  He is an active anti-fraud/corruption and compliance professional and chairs or participates as key note speaker to related international conferences/forums in Europe.

Mr Skandalis is the winner of the 2016 Banker of the Year Award – Cyprus by the AI Magazine in the United Kingdom.  He is also the winner of the 2017 American Academy Nicosia Alumni Achievement Award in recognition of his remarkable success and achievements in his chosen career of compliance, corporate governance and anti-financial crime.


How ethical are you?

As compliance professionals, we all assume we act in an ethical manner. But can that be challenged? Might the way we behave change if we consider the ramifications of our actions? In this interactive session, Murray will use a number of branching scenarios to draw out what ethics means and whether any situation is black and white and provide tools to aid more effective conversations.


He and his team provide gamification training and other compliance services to clients internationally. Impact on Integrity is the ICA’s Regional Representative for Spain and Andorra for the delivery of compliance certifications in Spanish.

Murray is a qualified solicitor and worked for Dentons in London and then Allens in Sydney. He was Head of the Ethics and Compliance Programme Office at Airbus S.A.S. before moving to Madrid, where he is currently based. He is passionate about integrating compliance and ethics into the fabric of organisations and is the author of the article ‘Why effective compliance is about so much more than the law!’.

Nicholas is currently the Global Head of Client Intelligence Unit for Deutsche Bank. Before joining Deutsche Bank, he was the Global Markets Compliance leader for a business division of GE Capital Energy Financial Services. He was also the Chief Compliance Officer for GE Capital Ltd and the CF1, CF10 and CF11 for this FCA regulated entity.

Prior to this Nicholas provided risk management and external affairs advice to Board members of a FTSE 100 oil and gas service company. Before joining the FTSE 100 oil and gas service company, Nicholas was a senior British diplomat for over 13 years for the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, where he focused on geopolitical, intelligence and global financial crime issues including sanctions, anti-corruption and anti-money laundering investigations.

Nicholas also represented the UK Government on the UN Security Council in Geneva, Switzerland, where he participated in nuclear disarmament and export controls negotiations.

Nishanth Nottath (“Nish”) is a senior Financial Crime Risk management professional with 19 years overall experience covering Audit, Consulting, Manufacturing, Services, Forensic Consulting and Banking, leading large teams covering AML governance, Surveillance (monitoring) operations covering Middle East, Africa and global remit.  At HSBC, he heads the Transaction Monitoring risk stewardship function globally.  In this role, he provides advice to Group MLRO and Global Head of AML on all matters related to Transaction Monitoring, including strategy, governance, oversight, policy / appetite setting and stewarding various global multi-year Programmes.

Passionate about technology in the AML space, Nish works closely with teams and vendors working on research and deployment of next-generation capabilities including augmented monitoring using Machine Learning / AI.  He is a keen observer of DLT, network analytics, entity consolidation and its potential in fighting financial crime sustainably and improving the efficiency and effectiveness of TM programmes.  Experience in AML, Sanctions, Governance, Surveillance operations, Regulatory relationship (including US, UK, Middle East and Monitors), people, project and cost-centre management / oversight.

Prior to this role, he headed a regional team of 40+ staff covering AML Policy, Governance, Projects and Investigations in the MENA and Turkey region. 

Earlier in his career, Nish led regional teams at Standard Chartered Bank performing Transaction surveillance operations covering 24 countries in Middle East, Pakistan and Africa and developed Financial Crime Analytics capabilities globally.  At Standard Chartered, he gained valuable experience advising consumer (retail, priority, SME and private banking) and wholesale banking (local and gobal corporates, cash management, trade operations and gobal / financial markets) business in the areas of AML, CDD/KYC, Sanctions and managing automated transactions monitoring.

Nish is a qualified CA (India), CIMA (UK) and CAMS (US).  He started his career at Ford India and Hewlett Packard as Financial Analyst and Six Sigma Black Belt gaining experience in Financial Analysis, Reporting and Project Management.  In 2005, he Joined KPMG Forensic in Dubai where he led various financial fraud investigations in the region involving, in certain instances, sums exceeding US$ 20 million.  At KPMG, he managed multi-year, multi-disciplinary AML and Sanctions assignments for various multinational banks.


Is this a new era for transaction monitoring?

In this forward looking session, Nishanth will be exploring all things transaction monitoring and considering the evolution of transaction monitoring in these digital times. Gaps in current monitoring approaches will be considered, along with techniques for optimisation. Can we shift transaction monitoring from the traditional rule based approach to a holistic view? What does robust training look like in this area and how can it be a tool to bring wider benefit? These questions and more will be discussed.

Do businesses need a Director of Compliance?

As the prominence of the Compliance function continues to rise, the regulated sector is beginning to see the increased creation of the Director of Compliance position. However, many businesses below the upper echelons of the FTSE 100 still choose not to have Compliance representation at their most senior level. Indeed, of the upper quartile FTSE 100 very few have a dedicated Compliance position. Shouldn’t Compliance be as important as Marketing, Sales, or Finance in terms of Board prioritisation? In this talk, Paul Asare-Archer, a Fellow of the ICA, and Telefonica UK’s first ever Director of Compliance, talks about his own career journey, and what he feels are the benefits that Telefonica UK (O2) has derived from having a Director of Compliance. Are these benefits transferable across any business? Or is this dependent on the effectiveness of the Compliance function, personality of the Compliance Officer and culture of your business? This talk will challenge your own perspectives and create a discussion point as to whether Compliance should now sit on every Board.


Paul has been at Telefonica UK Limited (O2) since 2012, and in 2018 became the organisation’s first ever Director of Compliance.

Paul was a Financial Service Leader of the Year Finalist at the Black British Awards in 2017, and was recently recognised in the Financial Times as within the UK’s Top 100 BAME Leaders in Tech. Paul is a Law Graduate, a MBA and a Fellow of the International Compliance Association.

Away from work, Paul is a supporter of the mental health charity YoungMinds UK, and has completed a number of charitable events on their behalf including multiple marathons. Paul is married with two kids and lives in Buckinghamshire.

Have you bench-marked your financial crime risks?

Richard will facilitate an interactive Chatham House rules session whereby participants will discuss in small groups the current FC challenges and risks faced by their own organisations, and why. The following all-group feedback session will produce an output of a benchmarked and ranked list of FC risk priorities - and generate some lively debate!


He joined from Prudential plc where he was the Group Head Financial Crime Prevention, responsible for the Group’s Global Financial Crime Prevention Strategy including Fraud and Anti Bribery & Corruption.

He has performed roles within Investment, Retail and Insurance markets at a Global, European and UK level. Other previous experience includes Consulting Services Director at the MHA Group (across a multitude of Industry sectors), Vice President and European MLRO at Credit Suisse, Group MLRO and Deputy Head of Special Investigations at Nationwide Building Society.

He has also held a broad range of Financial Services roles within: Head Office Audit, Special Investigations, Operational Management, Finance, ATM’s, Payment Services and Banking.

He sits on a number of Industry panels and working Groups and forums and is a well-known and respected Financial Crime professional with a practical approach. Richard is married with three children, has an MBA from Henley Management College, is fluent in Polish and was a Senior District Polish Scout Instructor. He is also a certified NLP practitioner.

Are you a compliance leader?

Compliance professionals are increasingly at the forefront of business critical decisions. Engaging with the business, influencing stakeholders, managing teams. We need to be leaders. So how would you rate your leadership skills? In this session, we’ll be looking more at leadership to provide you with some insight into this area, along with some practical hints and tips.


Robin has been coaching professionally since 2004 and enjoys working with individuals and teams on developing leadership skills and personal development in both private and public sectors.

Robin has 22+ years experience in the corporate world working initially in Williams and Glyn’s Bank and then for BT. This has helped develop his business, management and leadership skills, andhas seen him build high performing teams, run successful projects and work closely with some large companies such as Philips, Microsoft, Sage and Apple as well as many UK small and medium enterprises.

His corporate career involved product and project management roles which led to him delivering a world first. He then headed up a marketing department within BT, managing a £3m budget in a £750m turnover division. He left in Dec 2003. In 2004, Robin served a year on the board of the London Borough of Waltham Forest’s Housing organisation, Ascham Homes, as a non-executive director which helped build better bridges between the residents and the staff.

Robin is the founder and director of Matrix7 Ltd, a company he set up in 2004 to provide coaching and development services to professionals, specialising in leadership, personal effectiveness, team
development and communications. Robin spent a year studying and practising to obtain his diploma in coaching.

Robin created the highly regarded Every Teacher Matters® Programme providing leadership development and personal effectiveness for teachers. It was used by schools including Plumstead Manor, Wanstead High, Wormley, Broadfields and Christ College Finchley. Robin has been an associate of The Leadership Trust since 2000 following his own leadership training and is also an accredited executive coach with them.

He is one of the few John Adair Accredited Trainers for ‘Action Centred Leadership’. He is also BPS
accredited in the use of Psychometric profiling tools, in particular the TalentQ suite of Dimensions and Elements. In 2018, he qualified as a Mental Health First Aider.

Robin’s Course Directing work with The Leadership Trust led to the creation of the high impact 1-day
‘Leadership Foundations’ open course as well as codevelopment of the 3-day open course ‘Leading with Impact’. Robin also facilitates the 5-day ‘Leadership in Management’ open course. Robin is skilled at designing and delivering customised development and has worked with a number of clients including, Indigo Vision, Peak Scientific, NHS Scotland, The Haven, Arts Council, Williams Medical, NHS Salisbury, National Aids Trust, South Gloucester and Stroud College, Emirates Foundations, Creo Medical, Kent University, CSL Behring, Harmonics, CTG, Middx Uni, MWUK Ltd, British Wheelchair Basketball, Network Rail. Housing Quality Network, Prodrive, Bird Luckin, GE Healthcare, Medtronic.

Robin is also involved with creating and attending public events for The Leadership Trust and has represented them as MC / guest speaker. He has also created and delivered masterclasses at the request of clients such as NHS Salisbury and taster sessions at the CIPD L&D Shows at Olympia.
Robin also enjoys golf and photography.

Compliance in the legal sector or financial services - two sides of the same coin?

Samantha will use her unique personal perspective to explore what the legal and financial services sectors can learn from one another, and how developing an effective professional network as your career develops can add real value to the modern compliance practitioner.


Samantha Pointon is a solicitor with 28 years post qualification experience. Originally a litigator she moved into compliance following successfully obtaining a diploma in anti money laundering through the International Compliance Association.

She has worked in compliance for over 15 years both in a local authority and in private practice, as Director of Risk and Compliance, MLRO and COLP.

Simon joined the ICA in 2011 just as he moved into a second line risk and compliance role responsible for Digital Banking within Lloyds Banking Group. He attained a distinction in the ICA Compliance Diploma and, now as a Fellow of the ICA continues to operate in LBG where he oversees the Group’s Transformation division responsible for delivering all major change programmes.

Over the past 12 years he specialised in risk & compliance roles, working in both 1st and 2nd lines of defence. Simon started his career in the branch network and states “having worked in branches, customers are part of my DNA; this is something that I never lose sight of and, in my view, is an increasingly important principle for all risk and compliance professionals. In a digital world where financial services is facing huge transformation driven by technological advances, it would be easy to feel removed from the decisions we make and the impact that they have on customers”. He enjoys the tensions that working within a dynamic, fast changing environment demands, and adopts an agile and pragmatic approach to compliance & risk management.

Simon's relationship skills and ability to manage conflict under pressure are best demonstrated by his involvement with the UK Challenge, an iconic, televised annual sporting event for major corporates where he has been the Independent Arbiter for over 10 years. “Handling conflict from senior executives, applying rules in real time is challenging but great fun, and probably not too dissimilar to the day job!” he says.

Having recently passed the 30 year milestone with LBG, Simon’s decided to take a well-earned break and will be starting a six-month sabbatical in May. This sees him attempt the c500mile pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago where he hopes to continue to be ‘compliant’ and follow the right path!

How risky is the third sector?

The third sector encompasses community and voluntary organisations (including registered charities) social enterprises, mutuals and co-operatives. Charities and voluntary organisations are often considered as high risk customer types by financial institutions. Conversely, third sector organisations (such as mutuals) often consider themselves low risk for financial crime. So who is right? Trevor is a NED at a Building Society, Quality Director at the Fairbanking Foundation and Executive Director for a risk advisory business, and will be taking us through the different perspectives, based on his own experiences.

Is it time to look beyond systems and controls?

Using his personal experience of the LIBOR investigation as a backdrop, Tyrone will be discussing the evolving nature of risk, where and how it can manifest, the cultural implications and why we need to look past systems and controls to the roles of both first and second line staff.


Tyrone has held senior positions for over 25 years in the financial sector, predominantly in the Anti-Money Laundering & Regulatory Compliance space. He has held the MLRO, Compliance Oversight Officer and a Nominated Officer positions – registration with the Financial Conduct Authority, the US National Futures Authority and the National Crimes Agency (formerly SOCA).

Tyrone has been involved in many AML regulatory reviews and a high profile financial criminal case. His in-depth knowledge and practical experience of implementing anti-money laundering & counter-terrorist financing systems and controls has proven invaluable to firms. This has never been more important when regulators and law enforcement agencies demand that regulated firms can demonstrate that they are meeting their requirements to reduce the opportunity of their firm being used for money laundering and its predicate crimes.

Tyrone holds the following qualifications:

  • Currently studying for his MSc Law and Financial Crime (The University of Law)
  • Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Crime Compliance - Prof.PgDip(FCC)
  • BSc Hons in Management and Compliance - The University of Manchester
  • Diploma in Anti-Money Laundering – Dip(AML)
  • Diploma Financial Crime Prevention – Dip(FinCrime)
  • Diploma in Compliance – Dip(Comp)
  • FICA - Fellow of the International Compliance Association
  • Certified Professional - International Compliance Association
  • Ambassador - International Compliance Association

What role should compliance play in digitisation initiatives?

Compliance professionals are increasingly required to assess digitisation initiatives and provide advice and/or sign-off. But is there enough help available in terms of understanding of the innovation types such as Application Programme Interfaces (APIs) and Artificial Intelligence, and the risks they pose from a business and regulatory standpoint? Vivek will help guide you through some of the key risk themes and considerations you face when in a digital change situation.

After completing my LLB Law and LLM in International and European Law, I got straight into banking. After my initial training with Halifax Bank of Scotland, I joined HSBC and was with them for almost 15 years. At HSBC, I worked initially in the Wealth Management space in London but the majority of my tenure was in International Compliance in a number of jurisdictions including the UK, Sri Lanka, India, United Arab Emirates and the USA.

My experience in Compliance has been quite wide, ranging from setting up and leading the Compliance function in the outsourced entities in Sri Lanka and India, to managing the regional Securities Services Compliance function in the Middle East and Africa region and subsequently in North and South America. After a relatively short stint with Bank of New York Mellon in London, I joined Standard Chartered Bank in May 2017 to lead the Regional TB Compliance team in the Africa and Middle East region.

I hold an International Diploma in Compliance and I am a Fellow Member of the International Compliance Association (FICA). I am also a US Certified Corporate Trust Specialist (CCTS) and a Member of the American Institute of Certified Bankers.

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