Monday, June 18 | 3:35-4:50 PM
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
In 2017, AUSTRAC, Australia’s financial intelligence and anti-money laundering/counterterrorist financing (AML/CTF) agency, established a private-public partnership to combat money laundering and terrorism financing. In this session, you will hear from AUSTRAC’s director of compliance about how this alliance can be a model for others looking to form partnerships with law enforcement, the banking and payments sectors, policy and regulatory authorities, and academia to identify, disrupt, and prevent financial crime and terrorism.
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Tony Prior has a fraud risk management and financial crime career spanning more than 20 years. He’s the founder and current president of the ACFE Sydney Chapter. A CFE since 2001, he has both professional services consulting and corporate in-house experience.
Prior was a twice-commendation Australian Federal Police agent, and for 12 years investigated fraud, money laundering and other crimes. He’s a director at AUSTRAC, Australia’s AML regulator and financial intelligence unit.
He spent eight years with EY’s Fraud Investigation and Dispute Services. As head of fraud risk for AMP Limited, one of Australia's largest non-bank financial institutions, he led its fraud education, detection and investigation functions.
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