Please RSVP before Friday 1 July 2016 (links below)
The Superannuation sector in Australia is substantial in terms of value and number of customer accounts. It has a number of unique characteristics that make it vulnerable to money laundering, terrorist financing and other crimes such as fraud and misappropriations. The volume of transactions, combined with a push to provide members with greater online access and features heighten the potential exposures and vulnerabilities for this vital sector.
Join First State Super’s Chief Risk Officer, Suzette Thurman and David Hawkins, Director, AUSTRAC Strategic Intelligence and Policy, as they discuss the 2016 Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Risk Assessment of the Superannuation Funds sector and share insights and commentary.
We are sure that this seminar will be invaluable to fraud investigation, AML/CTF and forensic professionals.
Suzette is responsible for Risk Management and Compliance approaches that protect and support the achievement of the business in a complex operational and regulatory environment.
Suzette´s team ensure First State Super meets all its fiduciary obligations under the laws and regulations relating to superannuation, investments, financial planning and advice.
She has over twenty years´ experience in the superannuation industry working in risk, compliance operations and project management roles for organisations including MLC, AMP and Towers Perrin.
Prior to joining First State Super in 2006, Suzette was employed with the Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority (APRA) where she was a Principal Analyst working in frontline supervision during the RSE licensing period.
|Date||Tuesday, 5 July 2016|
|Location||First State Super, seminar room
Level 21, 83 Clarence Street
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