After qualifying as a barrister, Jane gained broad experience all types of payments – vehicle financing, card-based, e-money, internet and mobile. She held both commercial and legal roles in the payments sector before changing her focus to compliance.
Jane was Managing Director at Access 1992-96 and in 1997 she became Divisional Manager at Mondex International (e-money) . Jane has undertaken a broad range of legal and compliance work for a variety of companies – including internet payment gateways – WorldPay plc and SecureTrading (now Trust Payments), mobile phone payment companies, e-money issuers, pre-paid card companies and money transmitters.
In 2014 Jane obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Governance, Risk and Compliance from the International Compliance Association (ICA) and is a Fellow there. For 5 years Jane taught ICA post-graduate students about “The Future of Payments” covering regulatory changes and new developments in technology in the field of payments and compliance.
Jane was CEO and co-founder at Kompli-Global 2016 – April 2021 then Chair until September 2021. Kompli-Global offers SaaS to defeat fraud and money laundering.
Jane regularly speaks at conferences and publishes articles on anti-money laundering as it affects financial institutions and other regulated entities, as well as emphasising the enormous benefits that regulatory technology (RegTech) can bring in reducing costs and increasing the efficiency of the compliance function.
Jane has been the lead at Project Financial Crime for the Payments Association since the Project was formed in 2018. Since April 2022 she is Company Secretary at a Data Analytics company – Numitor Limited.
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