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Financial Crime

The Financial Crime working group has the specific objective of delivering community-driven thought-leadership on the challenges of, and solutions for, problems posed by fraud and financial crime, as well as lobbying key stakeholders on financial crime-related regulation impacting members of the association.

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Strategy and Approach

The Financial Crime Working Group has clear objectives for what it hopes to achieve, who we do it for, and how we will get there.

Our mission

Hear from our Financial Crime Working Group Leaders, Mentors and Sponsors about our mission and why it is so important.

Team members

Our Financial Crime Working Group is made up of dedicated individuals who volunteer their time to deliver its objectives

Alia Mahmud

Comply Advantage
Regulatory Affairs Practice Lead

Alison McDowell

Co-Founder and Director

Ben Tallick

Bank of London

Clarinda Grundy

Associate Director Economic Crime Advisory / Financial Services Advisory

Daniel Palmason

Chief Commercial Officer

Jane Barber

Head of Payments Regulatory Engagement

Jane Jee

Jee Associates

Jessica Cath

Thistle Initiatives
Head of Financial Crime

Joanna Wands

Head of UK and Europe

Keith Stanton

Head of Data Services

Kellyann Ripnar

Fincrime Dynamics

Laurence Fletcher

Post Office
Financial Crime Manager

Lisa Lee Lewis

Addeshaw Goddard

Lucy Hawley

Director FX Product Management

Mark Bish


Mark Goldspink

TPA Ambassador

Matt Clare


Michelle Bailey

Shapes First
Senior Consultant

Mitch Trehan

Neil Turner

Payments Compliance Manager

Nick Fleetwood

Form3 Tech
Senior Product Manager

Ryan Platt

Director of Risk and Compliance

Sarah Jordan

Director - Fincrime team

Tim Pigott

Payments Industry Lead

Tom Pilling

Trust Payments
Chief Risk Officer

Victoria Preece

Director of Compliance and Regulation

Companies involved

We are grateful for the support of our members who contribute time and expertise to our Financial Crime Working Group.


Access a selection of recent and ongoing projects and outputs produced by our Financial Crime Working Group

The Financial Crime Working Group supported TPA’s lobbying campaign to highlight the systemic issue of fraud, particularly APP fraud, in the U.K. This also included championing members concerns around the development of a new reimbursement framework, as set out by the PSR. 

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