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The second session of the conference will focus on the impact that COVID-19 has had on risk profiles and anti-money laundering programmes. The session will also focus on the key business and risk differences and similarities of Casinos and Entertainment venues and Banks. Various speakers will discuss how technology can be used as an enabler in times of change for better compliance outcomes in these businesses, including protecting the business and guests from the harms of money laundering and what it means from a governance perspective for compliance.
Risk Solutions Sales Director - Pacific at Refinitiv
Richard joined Refinitiv in November 2014 and is responsible for all buy-side, sell-side and Corporate client engagements for its risk data, managed services and workflow solutions offerings.
Richard joined Thomson Reuters after spending many years in structured product, private equity and consulting. His experience included the development and implementation of KYC, AML & CTF processes and policies, as well as responsibility for managing his firms’ responses to banks’ and other counterparties’ requests for KYC data.
Product Manager at Jade ThirdEye
As a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (ACAMS), Colin is the AML lead for Jade ThirdEye. Colin has been working on and enhancing Jade ThirdEye since 2012. From rules based on risk profiles to compliance reporting, Colin uses his extensive knowledge of Jade ThirdEye and the AML landscape to set up customers for success.
Executive Vice President of Strategic Operations at eConnect
Having spent his entire career in the gaming industry, Malcolm’s experiences spans across sales, operations, AML compliance, security, and more. Malcolm brings deep insights in project leadership, particularly with system modernisation and next-generation data analytics tools.
Group GM Regulatory Affairs AML
Phil commenced working in the gaming industry in the mid 1980s as a gambling inspector with the Department of Internal Affairs. Phil joined SkyCity in 2002 and currently holds the position of Group General Manager, Regulatory Affairs and AML where he oversees the regulatory and anti-money laundering portfolios at the Company’s casino properties.
Phil completed his LLB at Auckland University last year and has been a member of ACAMS since 2009 where he was certified as anti-money laundering specialist.