Learn how to prepare for your audit with insights into current trends, practical advice and the role of technology in both reporting and proving compliance.
If you’re a New Zealand reporting entity, you have an obligation to detect and deter money laundering and terrorism financing, and your obligations include regular audits and reviews of your program.
Successful audits are fast and effective. And successful AML/CFT programs are always evolving in response to things like guidance from supervisors, business changes, new technology options, and impact of global phenomena.
Listen to the teams from Strategi, and Jade ThirdEye, along with a special guest from the FMA to make sure you’re in the know.
Colin Dixon is Senior Product Manager for Jade ThirdEye and a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS).
He's been working on Jade ThirdEye since 2012 and has helped scores of reporting entities around the world implement and upgrade their transaction monitoring and customer screening tools and evolve their AML programs with technology.
From rules based on risk profiles to compliance reporting, Colin uses his extensive knowledge of Jade ThirdEye and the AML landscape to set customers up for success.
Brandt Botha joined the FMA early in 2016 and has been appointed as Principal Adviser focusing on AML/CFT in the Supervision Team since October 2018.
Prior to joining the FMA Brandt has worked in the financial sector in various roles including internal audit, fraud investigations, security management and AML/CFT management both in New Zealand and abroad.
His experience includes auditing AML/CFT policies, processes and controls, investigating and reporting SAR’s and providing staff training.
Victoria holds a Bachelor of Laws and is currently studying towards her CAMS qualification.
Victoria started with Strategi in 2018 as an AML/CFT Auditor and worked her way up to manage the AML/CFT audit and assurance team.
Victoria has extensive experience in conducting AML/CFT audits, providing AML/CFT related training and consulting work for a wide variety of reporting entities.
Uresha has several years of experience in the field of AML/CFT and gained her Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist certification through ACAMS.
Prior to coming to New Zealand, she worked as a senior associate in the Audit and Assurance division of PwC Sri Lanka.
In addition to her finance degree, she has a postgraduate diploma in management (specialising in finance).