The introduction of the Proceeds of Crime and Anti-Money Laundering (Amendment) Act 2017 in Kenya was designed to reduce vulnerabilities in money laundering and financial fraud. Two years on Fiserv, in partnership with moData, take a look at whether the regulation has achieved its aims, what it really means for financial institutions and insurers, along with whether risk reduction has actually been achieved?
You are invited to join our upcoming webinar on 22 January at 15:00 EAT to hear thought leaders address:
VP, Global Market Strategy, Financial Crimes Risk Management, Fiserv
25 years’ experience in financial services and risk management with particular focus on AML, fraud, risk management, settlement risk and payment processing. Responsible for working with Fiserv customers around the world to design and deploy effective financial crime risk management solutions.
Experience working for and with organisations like Nomura, The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the Continuous Linked Settlement Bank, ING, Sun Life, Manulife Financial, Citizens Bank, Deutsche Bank and the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi among others.
Senior Client Manager, Sub-Saharan Africa, Fiserv
After 35 years’ experience in banking in the UK, Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa, Phil joined Fiserv 18 months ago to manage Fiserv’s existing clients and grow the client base using AML and Fraud solutions as well as Reconciliation and Physical Cash Supply Chain Forecasting and Device Management. Phil is based in Johannesburg, co-located with moData, Fiserv’s accredited distributor for the region.