The Payments Association’s Project Financial Crime team have launched its newest report, ‘Data Sharing to prevent Financial Crime: Why you can now share data with confidence.’, supported by benefactor Form3.Download this report by clicking the button below and unlock invaluable insights into data sharing and financial crime, and receive your copy of the report when it is published.
Project Financial Crime team had a successful in-person project meeting to kick off 2023.
The meeting was kindly hosted by project benefactor Form3 and was a great opportunity for the team to come together and discuss plans for the year.
Join us in the fight against financial crime and be a part of shaping the future of the payments industry. Together, we can make a difference.
Emerging Sector Risk
Investigating the potential risk that a lack of regulation of cryptocurrencies and other emerging sectors poses to consumers.
Exploring the important role of data sharing initiatives and platforms in preventing and combatting financial crime.
Examining how biometrics and a digital identity trust framework could support businesses to improve their security and processes.
Members that have been a part of Project Financial Crime have benefited from learning the latest developments across the sector, their involvement has helped to contribute to some exciting initiatives happening in the financial sector. Watch to learn more.
To deliver community-driven solutions that address the problems posed by digital and financial criminal activity and position The Payments Association and its members as leaders in tackling financial crime.
Jane Jee, Director, Jee Associates and Hilda Project
Mitch Trehan, Head of Compliance and MLRO, Banking Circle
Nick Fleetwood, Head of Data Services, Form3
Neil Turner, Compliance Manager, Mastercard
Chryssi Chorafa, CEO, StarLix
Andrew Churchill, Director, Technology Strategy
Keith Stanton, International Product Manager, FIS
Sara George, Partner, Sidley Austin
Ryan Platt, Director of Risk and Compliance, Vyne
Serghei Minciuna, AML & Compliance Officer, Salt Edge
Brendan O’Keefe, Anti-Financial Crime, Nasdaq/Verafin
Francisco Mainez, Financial Crime and Regulatory Transformation SME, Lucinity
Jane Barber, Regulatory & Trade Association Lead, NatWest
Hugo Moss, Business Development Manager, Netcetera
Alia Mahmud, Regulatory Affairs Practice Lead, Comply Advantage
Richard Daniels, Director of Economic Crime, Santander
Michelle Bailey, Senior Consultant, Shapes First
Jessica Cath, Head of Financial Crime, Thistle Initiatives
Victoria Preece, Director of Governance, allpay
Alison McDowell, Co-Founder and Director, Beruku
David Capezza, Vice President, Risk, Visa
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