The ‘Cybersecurity & Online Fraud Summit 2023’ will take place on November 29th in the Royal Dublin Society, Dublin. Leading speakers and panellists and sponsor partners will be announced soon.
Meet Our Speakers
Head of Economic, Transnational, and Organised Crime Policy
Department of Justice
Suzanne Gunn is the Director of Criminal Enforcement and a senior member of the management team at the Corporate Enforcement Authority (“CEA”), where she leads a multi-disciplinary team comprising members of An Garda Síochána, forensic accountants, and civil servants.
Suzanne is the Chair of the Economic Crime and Corruption Forum, a member of the Advisory Council Against Economic Crime and Corruption, and the CEA representative to the Anti-Money Laundering Steering Committee.
Suzanne was previously an Enforcement Lawyer with the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (“ODCE”), advising on all areas of the ODCE’s criminal and civil enforcement remit, and Advisory Counsel to the Houses of the Oireachtas, where she advised Members of the Oireachtas, Oireachtas Office holders, Oireachtas Committees and the Houses of the Oireachtas Commission on a broad range of parliamentary, constitutional and corporate legal issues.
Suzanne is a qualified barrister and practised law at the Bar for over nine years specialising in criminal, administrative and constitutional law.
Partner and Group Head of Financial Crime and Fraud
Aaron leads Revolut’s first line of defence teams responsible for building and operating models, systems and controls to prevent and detect financial crime and fraud globally.
Aaron joined Revolut in 2021 having previously spent nearly ten years at Ernst & Young consulting on financial crime technology, analytics and operations matters for global financial services organisations and fintechs.
Aaron also spent several years leading KYC and AML product development for RegTech vendor Quantexa, building technology products to help financial institutions connect large, disparate data sources and build sophisticated analytical models to better detect risk.
Head of the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau including the Irish Financial Intelligence Unit, Ireland
Pat who is originally from Drimoleague, West Cork, joined An Garda Síochána in 1986 and has served mainly in the Dublin Region but also worked in the South Eastern and Eastern Garda Regions. Pat has worked in Community Policing, Drugs, Prostitution Investigations, Serious Crime Investigations, Fraud and Financial Investigations, Financial Intelligence and Cybercrime. He has held the position of Detective in all ranks and has been at the forefront of the investigation of serious crime for many years. Pat is a Senior Investigating Officer (S.I.O.) and holds a B.Sc in Management Law from Trinity College Dublin.
In 2015, Pat took up his current position as Head of the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau. The Garda National Economic Crime Bureau is involved in many high profile investigations and is supported by Gardaí throughout the country trained in Fraud Investigation. Pat and his team have developed a Post Graduate Certificate in Fraud and E-Crime Investigation in association with University College Dublin. Pat was also the lead representative from An Garda Síochána in the 2017 Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Review of Ireland. Pat sees education and crime prevention as being the most beneficial ways of reducing fraud into the future.
AML Intelligence Publisher
Stephen is the Publisher at AML Intelligence based between our Brussels and Dublin offices. Stephen is former Group Editor-in-Chief at INM, Ireland’s largest media group, where he ran the newspaper and online operations.
A member of the Supervisory Board of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA), he has also served on the board of the World Editors Forum. Stephen is Principal at KOBN, a specialist European leadership advisory, with an emphasis on cybersecurity and climate change.
Publisher of StubbsGazette and Co-Founder AML Intelligence
James is the Managing Director at AMLi. James is also CEO at StubbsGazette, one of the oldest continuous credit bureaus in the world. He is one of the founders of the International Fraud Prevention Conference (IFPC), the fincrime and cybersecurity convention. James acquired the Stubbs brand from Dun & Bradstreet in 2008 and built the company’s reach. He was also the founder and chairman of the Irish Fraud Bureau.
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