[Webinar] Improving Effectiveness and Sustainability in Financial Crimes Compliance and Risk Management - June 18th, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm ET

K2 Intelligence Investigations · Compliance Solutions · Cyber Defense

June 18th, 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET

K2 Intelligence Financial Integrity Network's Tom Bock and Chip Poncy will join Sarah Runge, global head of FCC regulation strategy at Credit Suisse, on a live webinar, "Improving Effectiveness and Sustainability in Financial Crimes Compliance and Risk Management" on 18 June 2020.

In this webinar, our panel of financial crimes risk and compliance experts will discuss challenges and best practices in developing effective and sustainable financial crimes compliance risk management regimes, particularly on an enterprise-wide basis. Tom Bock, Chip Poncy, and Sarah Runge – with over 50 years of combined experience combating financial crime in the public and private sectors – will address breaking down silos while incorporating specialized expertise, leveraging investments in data and analytics, and developing robust information sharing and outreach programs to bolster and sustain FCC program effectiveness and sustainability.

Speakers:

  • Chip Poncy, Global Co-Head, Financial Crimes Risk and Compliance, K2-FIN
  • Tom Bock, Global Co-Head, Financial Crimes Risk and Compliance, K2-FIN
  • Sarah Runge, Global Head of FCC Regulatory Strategy, Credit Suisse

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