Edinburgh: Financial Crime Business Breakfast

HSBC, 76 Hanover Street, Edinburgh EH2 1EL
Wednesday 29th August 2018 8:30am to 10:15am Add to my calendar
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Financial Crime and the Growing Cost of Behaviour Enabled Cyber Crime

The financial services sector faces challenges when it comes to tackling financial crime. This criminal activity not only results in losses for businesses, but can impact consumers too. Additionally, if the proceeds of crime go undetected, these funds could then be used to finance illegal or violent acts such as terrorism. When the real consequences of financial crime are understood, it becomes clear that legislators, regulators and firms themselves must all be actively engaged in managing this risk. Join us to hear more from our two leading industry experts in this field.

Maggie Titmuss is HSBC’s UK Head of Financial Crime Threat Mitigation (FCTM) and is responsible for the improving the understanding of evolving financial crime risk at the country level and developing capacities to mitigate that risk. Maggie has an extensive law enforcement background having served within HM Customs and Excise, the National Criminal Intelligence Service (NCIS) , the Serious Organised Agency (SOCA) and the National Crime Agency (NCA). Her last position was as the UK’s senior law enforcement representative to North America and the Caribbean.

Paula Kershaw is Regional Head of Cybersecurity for HSBC (Europe & UK) and is responsible for driving cyber security strategy and technology delivery in the region, ensuring alignment with business strategy and local legal and regulatory requirements. A seasoned security and risk professional, prior to joining HSBC, Paula has more than 20 years’ experience within the Financial Services and has held a number of senior leadership roles covering Security, Technology, Enterprise Risk and Operational Risk.


08.30 Registration and Breakfast

09:00 Introduction and Speakers: Maggie Titmuss and Paula Kershaw

10:00 Q&A

10:15 Close & Network

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