AD: Australian Financial Crime: Insights from NAB, Crime & Corruption Commission, and Unisuper

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Your Complimentary Copy of the Australian Financial Crime Summit Past Presentations

‘It was a very useful experience from a strategic and tactical perspective combining officers from the finance, regulatory and law enforcement sectors who work in the financial space.’

-    Manager, Proceeds of Crime, Crime and Corruption Commission

“The AFC Summit enables us to collaborate on common industry challenges in fighting financial crime and protecting our stakeholders.”
-    Manager of Financial Crime, bcu
The 5th Australian Financial Crime Summit wrapped up last August with a strong representation of speakers across Financial Services, Government, and Regulatory bodies. The conversation on the ever-changing financial crime landscape continues to grow as industry action is required to guard against today’s sophistication and complexity of Fraud, Money Laundering, and Terrorism Financing.

With this in mind, the 6th Australian Financial Crime is heading to Melbourne on the 17-19th February 2020. Ahead of the official program release, here is an exclusive selection of presentations featured from the 2019.

Access Past Presentation Packet Here

Explore 50+ pages of insights into fraud & misconduct in Local Government, auditing financial crime compliance controls, and dynamic and adaptable models for member experience and protection, shared from speakers including:

•    Alan MacSporran QC, Chairperson, Crime and Corruption Commission
•    Jawad Latif, Associate Director Financial Crime Risk Assurance, NAB
•    Marlene Sadhai, CFE Financial Crime Response Manager, UniSuper

Make sure you get your copy to see what you can expect for 2020.

More information
Dates: 17-19th February 2020
Where: Parkview, Melbourne
Registration: Email us at [email protected]
Pricing: Banking Day readers are entitled to a 10% discount. Simply quote BANKINGDAY10 at the time of registration to receive your discounted pass.

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