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Welcome to FinCrime Spotlight, the podcast that looks to shine a light on the FinTech community and their fight against financial crime. FinTechs have disrupted the financial services industry and have transformed the ways in which we identify, monitor and expose bad actors and criminal organisations. FinCrime Spotlight will offer listeners the opportunity to hear from the FinCrime fighters on the front line, delve into fincrime investigations, examine the technology underpinning the industr ...
 
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What can we understand about the actions and greed associated to powerful and wealthy people caught up in crime and corruption, from a real life story interpreted to film? Quite a lot, it seems! Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Matthew to explore all of this, and more, based on the American crime film ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ and …
 
What can we discover about the impact the ‘80s Colombian cocaine trade had on society, from the portrayal of real life events in a TV show? Quite a lot, it seems! Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Hanna to explore all of this, and more, based on the TV series ‘Narcos’ and true story of drug kingpin Pablo Escobar. Hanna is a regulato…
 
What can we realise about the violence associated with organised crime and drug traffickers in London today, from its portrayal on TV? Quite a lot, it seems! Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Koos to explore all of this, and more, based on the 2020 British action–crime drama TV series ‘Gangs of London’. Koos Couvée is Senior Reporte…
 
What can we understand about corruption, competition, power and wealth that drives the energy industry, from its depiction in a film? Quite a lot, it seems! Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Tamara to explore all of this, and more, based on the 2005 American geopolitical thriller film ‘Syriana’. Tamara is currently the Managing Dire…
 
What can we learn about why people get tempted into bad choices through their own life narratives and the incentives and circumstances they are exposed to, from its portrayal in film? Quite a lot, it seems! Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Niels to explore all of this, and more, based on the 1993 American legal thriller 'The Firm'.…
 
What can we discover about the evolving networks of international organised crime and human trafficking from its representation in a TV drama? Quite a lot, it seems! Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Charlotte to explore all of this, and more, based on the BBC TV series adaptation of Misha Glenny’s book ‘McMafia’. Charlotte is curre…
 
What can we learn about responses to terrorist financing from its portrayal on TV? Quite a lot, it seems! Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Tom to explore all of this, and more, based on Amazon Prime’s Jack Ryan series. Tom is the Director of Royal United Services Institute’s (RUSI) Centre for Financial Crime & Security Studies (CFC…
 
What can we takeaway from this true story of a privileged, well educated women caught up in money laundering? Quite a lot, it seems! Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Elizabeth to explore all of this, and more, based on the TV series and story of Piper Kerman: ‘Orange is the New Black’. Elizabeth Bramlage is Chief Marketing Officer …
 
Are new business models like BNPL disrupting or a disruption? Are non-fungible tokens (NFTs) worth the investment? What are the challenges of building a digital bank from scratch during a pandemic? On this very first episode of Oracle’s podcast Next in FinServ, Chris Skinner, futurist and fintech influencer, and Saleem Arshad, CTO at W1TTY, dive in…
 
What can we learn about employee fraud and amateur criminals involved in money laundering from its interpretation in a late 90s American comedy film? Quite a lot, it seems! Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Micah to explore all of this, and more, based on the film ‘Office Space’. Micah Willbrand is VP of product for AML services at …
 
What can we learn from insurance fraud and a pair of Panama City law partners exploiting the world's financial system in a Hollywood movie? Quite a lot, it seems! Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Jas to explore all of this, and more, based on the film ‘The Laundromat’. Jas is the Head of Financial Crimes for Stripe's (US) and leads…
 
Why is a universal approach so crucial in anti-financial crime? What knowledge and expertise can BAME individuals bring to a compliance team? How can this knowledge and expertise help detect suspicious activity and prevent financial crime? Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Dev to explore his personal and professional journey, especi…
 
Why are there differences to how banks and FinTechs approach diversity? How can an anti-financial crime team of people from different cultures help with analysing customers' financial patterns? What can we do to support socio-economic changes? Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Pravin to explore his personal and professional journey,…
 
Why are there barriers for BAME individuals accessing financial services? How can FinTech companies with a racially diverse workforce, build inclusive products to serve more customer groups? What efforts have TransferWise made to understand the diversity issues in anti-financial crime? Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Perpetua to e…
 
Why is there still a lack of BIPOC representation in the industry past senior management roles? How can we support BIPOC professionals to break through that ‘glass ceiling’? What can we do differently to shine a light on our unconscious biases? Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Stephen to explore his personal and professional journe…
 
Why can BAME FinCrime professionals bring value to the role? What are the differences between overt bias, covert bias and unconscious bias? How can these biases and the ‘black tax’ have an impact on the BAME professional and how can they be reduced? Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Shilpa to explore her personal and professional jo…
 
Why is it important to have diverse teams in the fight against financial crime? What is the difference between ‘cultural add’ and ‘cultural fit’? How the FINTRAIL team are exploring diversity issues? Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Payal to explore her personal and professional journey, especially how it pertains to equality and d…
 
Why should you embrace traumatic events and failures? How can creativity, discipline and intuition shape your professional journey? What advice would a CTO give to a young data scientist? Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Jeff to explore his personal and professional journey. Jeff has most recently been with the Federal Reserve Bank…
 
Have you discovered your FinCrime niche? How understanding the everyday realities of the FinCrime professional will help improve of policy making? Why private and public partnerships will become even more crucial in the fight against financial crime? Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Isabella to explore her personal and professional…
 
Why is it essential for compliance to be a core feature for all new products? How can FinCrime professionals utilise the art of storytelling? Adapting to new systems, teams and cultures; what does it mean to be a consultant? Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with John to explore his personal and professional journey. John is the AML/BSA …
 
Why is it critical for a young analyst to be patient? How does the ‘hero complex’ manifest itself in startups that experience hyper growth? What are the differences in compliance cultures in the US, the UK and Ireland? Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Kate to explore her personal and professional journey. Kate Hotten built and now …
 
Why facing your fears can become the gateway to new opportunities? How personal branding can strengthen your network? What traditional financial institutions can learn from a digitally enabled approach? Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Stephen to explore his personal and professional journey. Stephen Brent Sargeant is an Anti-Money…
 
How can you effectively operate as a compliance professional within a FinTech? Why being open and exploring change can create new and exciting opportunities? How being both a mentor and a mentee can help you reach your professional goals? Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Marta to explore her personal and professional journey. With …
 
Why are agile structures are so important for business and fighting financial crime? How do your own biases affect your objectivity? What FinTech myth is real? Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Dinu to explore his personal and professional journey. Dinu Popa is the AML / Financial Crime Lead at MarketFinance. He has over 5 years of …
 
Why is data and tech crucial in the fight against financial crime? How does mentoring enrich your personal growth? What is the connection between, drugs, financial crime and the music industry? Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Willem to explore his personal and professional journey. Willem Wellinghoff is the Chief Legal and Complia…
 
Why is your network important? How do you apply transferable skills in a FinTech environment? What links protests, doping and infatuated individuals? In this episode, Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL sits down with Rebecca to explore her personal and professional journey. Rebecca is Vice President of Risk & Compliance at Tide, as well as being th…
 
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