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Managing Correspondent Banking Relationships

Tue, Mar 22, 2022 · 9:30 AM · London
About This Webinar

Correspondent banking serves a vital function within the global economy. However, if correspondent banking relationships are not managed properly, they can present considerable risks from an anti-financial crime perspective. Indeed, recent high-profile failings have seen many international banks significantly scale back such relationships.

This webinar will discuss recent examples and delve into the lessons learned.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
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Managing Director / Senior Consultant, FinCrime Protection
Tyrone has held senior positions for over 30 years in the financial sector, predominantly in the Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crime Compliance space. He has held the MLRO, Compliance Oversight Officer and a Nominated Officer positions – registration with the Financial Conduct Authority, the US National Futures Authority and the National Crimes Agency (formerly SOCA).
Tyrone has been involved in many AML / Financial Crime regulatory reviews and a high profile financial criminal case. His in-depth knowledge and practical experience of implementing AML/CTF and Financial Crime Risk Assessments, Policies & Procedures, Controls, Training and Reporting programmes have proven invaluable to firms.
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Senior Manager, Accenture
Luma is an economist and banking specialist experienced in Financial Crime policy setting and control implementation.

She designed and implemented compliance controls at strategic and operational levels working closely with business divisions, industry bodies and regulators to develop shared frameworks and an agreed approach on matters such as de-risking, facilitation of international transactions relating to humanitarian work and sectoral sanctions.

She is particularly experienced in working across functions and boundaries to translate global policies into operational practices supported by appropriate technology. She is active within the RegTech space, mainly focused on new tools to combat Money Laundering.

Luma is a Chevening Scholar and a Fellow at the International Compliance Association. She has a Bachelor in Economics, a Postgraduate Diploma in Fiscal and Monetary Economy and Master’s degree in Banking and International Finance.

She has a keen interest in technology and current affairs and their economic, social and political impact.
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Head of Compliance, Hugo Save
A seasoned financial industry professional with over 25 years of experience in policy implementation with a focus on client due diligence and operational risk management. She is a subject matter expert on correspondent banking, Securities Services and most recently Fintech in the areas of financial crime and regulatory compliance.

Having worked in consultancy, global banking and regulatory entities which include Standard Chartered Bank, HSBC, Deutsche Bank, KLOFFE and KPMG, she has considerable experience on implementation and design standards of control frameworks. Julia is passionate about innovative process re-engineering and change management and is an advisor on data analysis, remediation and digital transformation.
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Vice President ICA
Pekka is Vice President of ICA. Pekka has many years’ experience as a practitioner in Financial Crime Compliance and has spent the last 11 years helping ICA to become the world’s most respected professional body and training provider in Compliance and Risk.
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