Disrupting Financial Crimes

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Fighting financial crime has never been more complex. The convergence of technology with unprecedented amounts of data presents both opportunities and challenges. Recent updates included in the 2022 Federal Budget mean that government bodies and the private sector will have to work both smarter and faster to fight global financial crime that is wide-ranging, from tax evasion and fraud against government programs to money laundering, market misconduct, bribery and corruption.

Jessica Davis
President & Principal
Consultant, Insight
Threat Intelligence

Phil Thibodeau
Sr. Business Development Executive,
Justice & Public Safety, SAS
Former Assistant Commissioner, RCMP

Marc Tassé
Financial Crimes Expert and
Professor, Executive MBA & Faculty of Law,
University of Ottawa

Carl Hammersburg
Senior Manager, Government and Health Care Risk and Fraud Prevention, SAS