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About This Webinar

COVID-19, a situation that has impacted all our lives in one way or another, together with economic and political upheaval, which means compliance in our industry has never been more essential.

Pat Lordan, Detective Chief Superintendent:

• FIU Ireland …what we do
• Overview of 2020 …Covid pandemic…working from home
• Joint Intelligence Group.. Public Private Partnership
• New Trends in money Laundering
• Good news stories for 2020
• The return of cash in Organised Crime
• Establishment of International Relations and Policy Unit at FIU Ireland

Julia Carmichael, Chief Risk Officer:

• Compliance in COVID-19
• Governance Structures in COVID-19
• Risk Management - its moment to shine

Pekka Dare, Director Stakeholder Engagement & Delivery Excellence:

• Latest trends in Anti Bribery & Corruption (AB&C), emerging risks and regulatory
actions
• Best practice in systems and controls – managing risks linked to AB&C and Ethics
• Update on Sanctions, trends in risk, enforcement and risk mitigation

Agenda
  • Pat Lordan 4:05 - 4:25pm
  • Julia Carmichael 4:25 - 4:45pm
  • Pekka Dare 4:45 - 5:15pm
When: Thursday, March 4, 2021 · 04:00:00 PM · London
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Language: English
Who can attend? Anyone with the event link can attend
Dial-in available? (listen only): Yes
Dial-in Number: Please register for this Webinar to view the dial-in info.
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Detective Chief Superintendent at an Garda Siochana, Head of Garda National Economic Crime Bureau, Financial Intelligence Unit and Garda Cyber Crime Unit
Pat who is originally from Drimoleague, West Cork, joined An Garda Síochána in 1986 and has served mainly in the Dublin Region but also worked in the South Eastern and Eastern Garda Regions. Pat has worked in Community Policing, Drugs, Prostitution Investigations, Serious Crime Investigations, Fraud and Financial Investigations, Financial Intelligence and Cybercrime. He has held the position of Detective in all ranks and has been at the forefront of the investigation of serious crime for many years. Pat is a Senior Investigating Officer (S.I.O.) and holds a B.Sc in Management Law from Trinity College Dublin.

In 2015, Pat took up his current position as Head of the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau. The Garda National Economic Crime Bureau is involved in many high profile investigations and is supported by Gardaí throughout the country trained in Fraud Investigation. Pat was also the lead representative from An Garda Síochána in the 2017 Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Review of Ireland. Pat sees education and crime prevention as being the most beneficial ways of reducing fraud into the future.

Pat’s interests include: Charity work, Hill walking, Sailing, Travel, Gardening and Motor Sport
Webinar hosting presenter
Chief Risk Officer - Trinity College Dublin
Julia Carmichael is a Chief Risk Officer at Trinity College in Dublin. With over 20 years of experience in her career, Julia is having a very successful career in both the public and private sector of financial services and in the education industry. She is best known for her expertise in enterprise risk management, security, management, corporate governance, and financial risk.

Julia has welcomed opportunities to expand her skill set and been instrumental in business regenerations and start ups in the corporate and public sector with balance sheets in excess of 700 million euro.

She is very passionate about empowering young emerging women leaders and supporting them as they work to become part of the fibre of the economy and be recognized as such. She is also known for her commitment to the continuous improvement in corporate governance and ethics in financial services.

Julia is currently a member of several professional organizations including the Respond Housing Association. In her role as non – executive Director with the PRTB SINCE 2018, Julia is the Chair of the audit and risk committee. In a former role she was Chariperson of the Ethics Committee at St. James hospital.

Julia speaks fluent English, Gaelic, French, German and some Spanish and Italian.
Webinar hosting presenter
Vice President ICA
Pekka has extensive experience as a practitioner, including roles as an MLRO for a multinational life and pensions firm and Head of Financial Crime Prevention of a division of a major UK bank. A qualified solicitor in the UK and New Zealand, Pekka has conducted prosecutions for tax evasion and provided legal advice in respect of organised crime groups, complex frauds and corporate tax evasion. He has also worked for the UK Department of Trade and Industry (now BERR) in the investigation of corporate fraud and misfeasance