This Forum is fully remote. 24 May, 2023 - Time 18:00 GMT
Morning: San Francisco, Chicago, Seattle Detroit, Vancouver
Afternoon: Boston, New York, South Carolina, Miami, Toronto, Caymans, Bermuda, Curaçao, Belize
Evening: UK, EU, UEA, West Africa
Early morning: AUS, NZ (25 May)
Disappearing crypto assets, inflated asset values (e.g. NFTs) and even manipulated smart contracts: it's just what you'd expect.
But the technology that facilitates these crimes, that helps to take steps to reduce their incidence and to take action for recovery of losses is far from what most of us have any exposure to.
And then there's the out and fraud, theft and embezzlement. How do they do that, you might ask.
Let's see, shall we?
|Financial Crime Risk and Compliance Officers
Chief Compliance Officer
Head of Investigation
Head of Financial Crime Risk and Compliance
(money laundering, terrorist financing, bribery and more)
CFO, CEO, CTO and CIO
Head of Cybersecurity
Head of Risk management
Head of Audit
Head of Internal Audit
Head of Anti-Corruption
Head of Fraud Prevention and Investigations
Legislators, policy makers and regulators
C-Suite officers in commerce, trade and industry
On-line marketing practitioners
Customer engagement specialists
17:45 Platform opens for login
18:00 Welcome and introduction
18:30 Speaker 1 Chris Skinner: The legitimacy of crypto-currency and some regulatory matters.
19:30 Speaker 2 Muhammad Hemdani : The view from the bench in Crypto-related trials.
20:30 Speaker 3 Jinisha Bhatt : Protection against fraudulent crypto activity.
21:30 Wrap up and Thanks.
22:45 Platform closes.
Preventing crypto crime
Jinisha is a specialist in crypto compliance and blockchain investigations and a researcher into human trafficking. She specialises in investigating well-known and emerging typologies in crypto fraud schemes and scams.
The legitimacy of crypto-currency
Chris Skinner is known as one of the most influential people in technology and a best-selling author. He is an independent commentator on the financial markets and fintech through his blog, the Finanser.com, which is updated daily. He helped to found one of the first mobile banks in the world, and has advised CEOs and leaders from every continent of the world including the United Nations, the White House, the World Bank and the World Economic Forum.
The View from the Bench
Mohamed joined the Egyptian Judiciary in 2003, as a prosecutor for 8 years and a judge for 12 years. He was member of the Legislation Dep. Of the ministry of justice. He is an expert of cyber terrorism and crypto assets with the UNODC and senior expert for Eurojust in cybercrime, e-evidence and data protection. Mohamed is a lecturer of cyber laws and money laundering at the Egyptian National institute of judicial training and the Egyptian institution for prosecutors training, cyber crimes, money laundering investigations techniques. He holds a masters in cyber laws from , UK and a masters in international commercial law Cairo University and Daufine University, France.
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