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Conference Day Two

8:30 AM - 9:00 AM Conference Registration and Arrival Coffee

9:00 AM - 9:10 AM Opening Remarks from the Conference Chair

Robert Wyld, Co-Chair, International Bar Association (IBA), Anti-Corruption Committee

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Robert Wyld

Co-Chair, International Bar Association (IBA)
Anti-Corruption Committee
  • Discussing what activity constitutes suspicious activity and what determines a red flag in money laundering
  • Examining the correct policies, procedures and processes that monitor and identify unusual or suspicious activity

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Robert Wyld

Co-Chair, International Bar Association (IBA)
Anti-Corruption Committee
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Sharon Thorpe

Managing Director- Head of Financial Crime Compliance (AUS & NZ)
Macquarie Group

Det. Superintendent Brett James

State Manager, NSW
Australian Federal Police AFP

Graham Leney

Head of Group Financial Crime Compliance
AMP

9:40 AM - 10:10 AM Solution Provider Thought Leader Session

10:10 AM - 10:50 AM Case Study: Protecting Institutions from Exposure to Corrupt Proceeds & Complying with Sanctions

Justine Braithwaite, Assistant Secretary, Sanctions, Treaties and Transnational Crime Legal Branch, DFAT
  • Discussing past financial cases such as the Panama Papers to identify best practices for monitoring shell firms
  • Reviewing third party agenda and foreign entities for potential PEP exposure
  • Utilising bribery and corruption typologies to detect and solve transactional red flags both internationally and domestically

Justine Braithwaite

Assistant Secretary, Sanctions, Treaties and Transnational Crime Legal Branch
DFAT

10:50 AM - 11:20 AM Solution Provider Thought Leader Session

11:20 AM - 11:50 AM MORNING TEA AND NETWORKING BREAK

  • Discussing the implications for where you draw the line with ethics
  • Collaborating around the notion of regulators regulating ethics
  • Examining workplace culture and its impact on the overall health of the organisation
  • How do you differentiate between positive workplace ethics and a culture that needs an update?

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Robert Wyld

Co-Chair, International Bar Association (IBA)
Anti-Corruption Committee

Adam Hing

Global Risk, Ethics & Compliance Officer (Asia Pacific) WSP
Parsons Brinckerhoff
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Anatoly Kirievsky

Head of Compliance
Bank of America- Merrill Lynch

David Shannon

Principal Executive Officer
Asia Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APGML)
This session will feature experts from the technology, compliance and law enforcement industries. The audience will form into 4 teams that will create action plans for detecting, halting and recovering varieties of common breaches.
  • Creating post-hack response plans to notify and cooperate with law enforcement
  • Communicating effectively with customers and correcting systemic flaws that allowed breach
  • Discussing best practices for assembling multi-discipline breach response teams to isolate and stop hacks to secure unaffected data and assets
  • Auditing the extent of hack damage and training staff on common cybercrime typologies

Hugo O’Connor

Head of Innovation
Bit Trade Australia
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Anatoly Kirievsky

Head of Compliance
Bank of America- Merrill Lynch

Det. Superintendent Brett James

State Manager, NSW
Australian Federal Police AFP

1:10 PM - 2:10 PM NETWORKING LUNCH BREAK


Det. Superintendent Brett James

State Manager, NSW
Australian Federal Police AFP

2:50 PM - 3:30 PM Case Study: Ensuring that Correct AML Controls are Implemented within Markets in the APAC Region

Wendy Ward, Regional Head of AML, American Express
  • Identifying standard pitfalls that occur in data collection and analysis to ensure metrics are accurately measuring AML risks
  • Defining how AML metrics ensure compliance effectiveness is quantified and identify data needs
  • Converting AML metrics into quantified presentation that satisfy the needs of stakeholders like examiners, relationship managers and senior management

Wendy Ward

Regional Head of AML
American Express

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM AFTERNOON TEA & NETWORKING BREAK

  • Automating and monitoring tech advances that are changing traditional AML roles
  • Strengthening skill sets to properly handle increasingly complex AML issues including sanctions, cyber defense and KYC/CDD
  • Preparing your organisation to deal with AML challenges of innovative businesses that utilize internet-based retail operations, crowd funding and Fintech

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Robert Wyld

Co-Chair, International Bar Association (IBA)
Anti-Corruption Committee
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Sharon Thorpe

Managing Director- Head of Financial Crime Compliance (AUS & NZ)
Macquarie Group

John Alfano

Senior Director, Global Financial Crimes Compliance
PayPal

David Shannon

Principal Executive Officer
Asia Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APGML)

Graham Leney

Head of Group Financial Crime Compliance
AMP
The audience will drive this session. They will have the opportunity to ask the Financial Crime experts questions in a panel format about the most pressing issues in the landscape today. The delegates will pick questions from the following categories that were deemed as “Hot Topics” from our 2016 evaluations of Australian Financial Crime Summit.

Topics:
  • Tax Evasion vs. Avoidance
  • Sanctions Compliance
  • Risk Appetite
  • AML Compliance Challenges
  • Cryptocurrenices
  • Regulatory Enforcement Actions

Wendy Ward

Regional Head of AML
American Express

Rachel Waldren

Head of Financial Crime Risk, Global Technology Services & Operations
ANZ

Carolyn Hanson

Head of Financial Crime Compliance
Commonwealth Bank

5:50 PM - 5:50 PM MAIN CONFERENCE CLOSE