Standard Chartered CBA: COVID Fraud

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Peter Barnes I Jamie Brown I Adam Munro I Patricia Sullivan

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8:30 AM (GMT) / 4:30 PM (SGT) Participants in the US will have access to a recording Standard Chartered Correspondent Banking Academy Virtual Classroom Series Fighting Financial Crime Part 2 - COVID Fraud In times of crisis, incidences of fraud and dishonest behaviour invariably increase. The crisis caused by the outbreak of COVID-19 will be no exception. The pandemic has led to a plethora of new opportunities for the experienced and opportunistic fraudster. At the same time, it is creating new cover for the laundering of the proceeds of financial crime. This discussion will help uncover what is actually happening and where the industry currently sees its largest Covid-related fraud and financial crime risks. We will examine previous case studies and look at why the risks are currently greater now than ever, while exploring ideas on how to be prepared for the inevitable fraudster by using Cressey’s Fraud Triangle. We hope that you will join us for a fascinating and practical discussion on how financial institutions can best prepare and tackle Covid fraud . Speakers Peter Barnes, Group Head of i3 Financial Crime Investigations, Standard Chartered Bank Jamie Brown, Head, Fraud Intelligence, Standard Chartered Bank Adam Munro, Group Manager, Cyber Financial Intelligence Unit, Standard Chartered Bank Moderator Patricia Sullivan, Co Head Financial Crime Compliance , Standard Chartered Bank

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