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General David H. Petraeus
Following retirement from the military and after Senate confirmation by a vote of 94-0, he served as Director of the CIA during a period of significant achievements in the global war on terror, the establishment of important Agency digital initiatives, and significant investments in the Agency’s most important asset, its human capital.
There will be limited signed copies of his new book available at The Financial Crime Summit: Conflict: A Military History of the Evolution of Warfare from 1945 to Ukraine, which has been shortlisted for the Military History Matters Book of the Year Award.
Rufino is an Associate Regional Director in in the New York Regional Office (NYRO) of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). He joined the Division of Examinations (EXAMS) as co-head of the NYRO Broker-Dealer Exchange Program responsible for overseeing broker-dealers, municipal advisors and transfer agents located in New York and New Jersey He is also the Associate Director of the Office of Security Based Swaps in EXAMS responsible for overseeing security based swap dealers and major security-based swap participants registered with the SEC.
The Financial Crime Summit - New York is a unique opportunity to hear from leading banking practitioners who are pioneering best practice in tackling economic crime globally.
Plenary sessions will highlight how strategic objectives can be achieved, focusing on how financial crime teams are moving away from technical compliance to a function that actively combats crime, how all three lines of defence can help achieve an optimum operating model for financial crime prevention, and how banks are establishing effective public-private collaboration. Throughout the day, streamed sessions will drill down into latest thinking and practices for AML, KYC, Fraud, ABC and Sanctions with plentiful opportunity for practitioners to network with their peers at private roundtable discussions.
Financial crime teams are under pressure to increase efficiencies and implement technology and automation to reduce costs. Attend the Financial Crime Summit to hear how global leaders are leveraging technology, data, collaboration and organisational structure for maximum impact.
Highlights from our 2023 Financial Crime Summit - London
Must do better: a financial crime scorecard
Industry leaders, regulators and representatives of law enforcement gathered at 1LoD’s New York Financial Crime Summit recently to exchange insights on the latest developments in anti-money laundering (AML), combating the financing of terrorism (CTF), fraud, anti-bribery and corruption (ABC) and sanctions.
Optimise the operating model and determine the roles of all three lines of defence
Increase efficiencies and reduce costs
Actively fight financial crime rather than purely meet technical compliance
Leverage technology and automation to maximise efficiencies and cost savings
Enhance collaboration, coordination and integration within the organisational structure
Develop enhanced intelligence and data sharing strategies
Facilitate data sharing across diverse financial crime teams
Managing Directors, Directors & Heads of:
Anti-Financial Crime / Anti-Fraud / Anti-Money Laundering (AML) / Anti-Bribery & Corruption (AB&C)/ Sanctions / Know Your Customer (KYC) / Client & Enhanced Due Diligence (CDD / EDD) / Financial Crime Intelligence / Financial Crime Investigations (Unit) / Transaction monitoring / MLRO / SMF17 / Financial Crime Risk Management / Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) / Financial Crime Operations / Economic Crime / Sanctions Audit / Financial Crime Audit / Fraud Risk / Heads of Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) / 1st line COOs and Heads of Financial Crime within the 1st line
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