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Financial institutions are under significant pressure to improve the effectiveness of their financial crime and fraud controls, whilst also increasing efficiency and reducing the costs of compliance.

Many compliance teams are now focusing on risk orchestration as a means to manage multiple vendor data integrations, enable quick, low code or no code updates to decisioning rules and give their teams the flexibility to design dynamic policies for different risk events.

But the question is whether to purchase one of the growing number of orchestration platform solutions on the market, or whether to build their own orchestration layer.
  • How are fintechs approaching financial crime and risk management? Is this approach sustainable or does it need to change?
  • What are the hidden costs of compliance? How can these impact your operational efficiency and overall revenue figures?
  • Is risk orchestration the future of financial crime and risk management? What value can companies get from investing in orchestration solutions compared to developing in-house solutions.
Senior Director of New Business Sales at LexisNexis Risk Solutions
Edward has nearly two decades of experience in fraud and financial crime roles across a broad range of sectors. Edward has worked as a Future Financial Crime Risk Manager for a tier 1 bank, helping shape the future systems technology.

Edward now leads the United Kingdom and Ireland teams across all markets, helping to solve fraud, risk, compliance, and customer data management challenges with LNRS’ range of innovative technologies.
Strategic Advisor at Datos Insights
David has over 15 years of experience in the payments industry designing, building, and launching fraud and dispute systems. Fraud constantly poses financial and reputational risks to parties on both sides of a transaction, and David's customers have included merchants and financial institutions, giving him a unique and comprehensive perspective of these issues.

Prior to joining Datos Insights, David was Vice President and Senior Leader of Product Management for Worldpay, managing a team responsible for fraud and dispute solutions for 1,400 financial institutions, more than 1 million merchants, and 40 billion transactions annually. David and his team constantly monitored evolving industry technologies and fraudsters’ emerging attack vectors, and created strategic product plans and operational processes to mitigate those attacks. He has over 30 years of experience delivering innovative solutions that drive customer value and is a frequent speaker at industry events.
Strategic Advisor at Datos Insights
Jim Mortensen is a Strategic Advisor in Datos Insights’ Fraud & AML practice, covering the identity, fraud, and authentication areas. He has been in the financial services industry for over 30 years in various product and risk management roles, delivering and managing fraud prevention, identity verification, and credit underwriting solutions to top-tier financial institutions.

Prior to joining Datos Insights, Jim held several product roles and led the identity product line Early Warning Services. He also held several leadership positions at American Express over his 20-year tenure there managing credit risk, fraud risk and merchant servicing. Jim holds a B.S. from Arizona State University and is a C.P.A., licensed in the state of Arizona.
Interim Chief Operating Officer at Dapio
As a founder of two international fintech businesses and C-level contributor to many more, William an experienced and agile leader with an in-depth understanding of financial technology, payments, and the challenges of growing a business. After a management consultancy start to his career William co-founded Ixaris in 2002 and worked to grow the company from 3 to 100 employees, in excess of £15m revenue per annum and delivered a 10x exit to early-stage investors. In 2013 he repeated the cycle with Kwanji, and again worked across the business to grow headcount and revenues.

William recently completed five years at Modulr as their Payment Strategy Director, securing and maintaining core payment relationships in the fiat and DeFi/web3 worlds, with the business growing from 30 to 300+ employees and doubling its transaction volumes every year during his tenure. He has also completed a range of fintech projects as a consultant or mentor and is now pursuing a portfolio career with early-stage businesses including Dapio, Arf, and the Digital Pound Foundation.
Principal, Remote Payment Channels | UK Finance
Dianne is a Remote Payment Channels threat lead UK Finance working closely with financial institutions and other sectors to close vulnerabilities beyond the perimeter of the banks. Dianne primarily engages with companies outside the financial sector to encourage and foster collaborative initiative to protect mutual customers, and leverages her insights to develop preventative policy recommendations which promote a stronger control framework across the ecosystem.

Prior to joining UK Finance, Dianne worked in the gambling sector mitigating economic crime and meeting regulatory reporting requirements.