Financial Crime & Forensics Partner, EY
Breakfast roundtable - Advanced analytics in financial crime
Join your peers from various industry domains for this interactive session to share use cases, challenges and best practice in fraud and financial crime detection.
In this discussion, led by Rachel Sexton of EY, we will review the key findings from the recent ACFE Anti-fraud technology benchmarking report and discuss how organisations are using data analytics and other technologies in their anti-fraud initiatives.
- What sources of data are organisations using in their anti-fraud initiatives?
- What emerging technologies are organisations using to fight fraud?
- Are organisations contributing to data-sharing consortiums to help prevent or detect fraud? What are the implications?
|Wednesday 6th November 2019|
|08.30 - 09:00||Registration & Breakfast|
|09.00 - 10.30|
|10:30 am||Networking and Close|
Rachel is a partner in the Financial Crime & Forensics practice at EY. She has over 25 years’ experience in financial crime compliance, anti-fraud and investigations. She has worked with clients on strengthening their anti-fraud and anti-financial crime compliance frameworks by advising on framework components, performing comprehensive risk assessments, testing the effectiveness of controls and advising on regulatory requirements. She has worked with banks to assess their fraud alert systems to improve efficiency whilst ensuring risks are mitigated. She has led investigations into large, complex frauds and other misconduct which has included performing a root cause analysis of what went wrong and the controls that were over-ridden or exploited to allow the fraud to occur.
Rachel has a BSc. in Business Administration (Accountancy and Information Systems) from California State University. She is a US Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a member of the International Compliance Association (ICA), Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE).