Cross Border Payments at Unusual Times
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Learn how mutual banks stay relevant and remain competitive in these unusual times.
Our speakers discuss:
- How banking leaders are optimising the cross-border payment experience and addressing the need for speed.
- Which security and compliance vectors to prioritise and what payment paths are most at risk.
- How a modular approach to partnerships enables banks to scale efficiently.
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Meet the speakers
He’s worked in senior roles in financial crime risk management at financial institutions across Europe, the US, Latin America, Asia, and Australia. He's also worked on the regulatory side developing AML regulation and regulatory supervision techniques.
Neil has acted as an AUSTRAC authorised external auditor, and has acted as an expert witness in AML/CTF enforcement actions.Neil Jeans Grant Thornton
Stuart is a senior banking executive with over 20 years experience in Financial Markets & Transaction Banking - having worked in multiple geographies with a heavy focus on global Payments.
Stuart has deep expertise and extensive knowledge in: FX risk management, cross border payments, working capital, technology integrations and Fintech partnerships.Stuart Walker Heritage Bank
Adam is a product, project and client management professional with over 20 years experience in the FX industry both locally and internationally.
Adam is currently the Regional Director for Financial Institutions and Education at Convera (previously known as Western Union Business Solutions) who prior to this led the regional Product and Pre-Sales function.Adam Curtis Convera
Patrick is currently Enterprise Account Director at First AML. He has an extensive background in transactional banking, treasury and payments with a particular focus on cross border and FX.
Having worked for some of the world's largest financial institutions, he has a unique perspective on the challenges banks face in delivering a delightful customer experience while ensuring compliance with AML/CTF obligations.Patrick Lynch First AML