Join us on the AML Intelligence Boardroom Series with Keynote Speaker Alexandra Jour-Schroeder, Deputy Director General of Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union (FISMA), at the European Commission, as we discuss the EU’s new AML Authority (AMLA).
At this Roundtable event Ms Jour-Schroeder will discuss in detail the new Authority and the accompanying legislation. The Deputy Director General will participate in a Q&A. Ms Jour-Schroeder is one of the official’s at the helm of Europe’s finance policy, including AML/CFT and this event will give attendees a vital insight into the EU’s new anti-money and counter terrorist financing regime and structures.
This will be the first opportunity to hear Ms Jour-Schroeder speak and explain in detail the plan and its effects for the European Union.
We are also delighted to be joined on July 22 by Jesper Berg, DG of Denmark’s FSA; Carolin Gardner, Acting Head of AML/CFT Unit at the European Banking Authority; and Vivienne Artz OBE, Chief Privacy Officer at the London Stock Exchange. Be sure of your place at this unmissable event with the top speakers and panelists as we learn more about the EU AML Authority, the Single Rule Book and the bloc’s plans for its national FIUs.
Meet Our Speakers
Deputy Director General
Alexandra Jour-Schroeder is Deputy Director General of the European Commission´s Directorate-General for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union since March 2021. In her function, Alexandra Jour-Schroeder supervises and monitors the policies of the Directorate General.
Alexandra Jour-Schroeder is a graduate in law. Following initial assignments in the German federal government, she started working for the European Commission in 1996, holding several positions in competition, enterprise and industry policies as well as justice. From 1998 to 2007, she was Member of Cabinet for the Commissioners responsible for regional policy and justice and home affairs and for the Vice-President for enterprise and industry. Since 2017, she has been the Director for Criminal Justice in the Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers, working inter alia on the establishment of a European Public Prosecutor´s Office and Anti-Money Laundering policies. From 2018 to 2021, she was also overseeing consumer policies as Acting Deputy Director General in DG Justice and Consumers.
Vivienne Artz OBE
Chief Privacy Officer
London Stock Exchange Group
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Vivienne is Managing Director and Chief Privacy Officer at the London Stock Exchange Group, leading the global Privacy Office and overseeing global privacy strategy and practice.
Previously, Vivienne was the Chief Privacy Office at Refinitiv and Thomson Reuters, and Managing Director and Global Head of Privacy Legal & Head of International for the Intellectual Property and Technology Law Group at Citi. Prior to joining Citi in 2000, Vivienne worked in private practice in London.
Vivienne chairs the International Regulatory Strategy Group Data Working Group and is the Vice Chair on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). Vivienne is also on the Business and Law Advisory Board of St Mary’s University, the Alumni Advisory Board of Pembroke College Oxford University, and is on the Founding Editorial Board for the Journal of AI and Ethics. Vivienne was recognised in the 2019 PrivSec200 list of privacy and security professionals across Europe.
Vivienne is on the Advisory Board of Women in Banking and Finance, having been President and CEO from 2017-2020. Vivienne is a recognized gender champion and leader having been awarded the Champion for Women Award at the Women in Banking and Finance Awards for Achievement 2016. Vivienne received the 2019 WeAreTheCity Rising Star Editor’s Choice Award in recognition of her tireless efforts in the diversity space, and as an individual who is pushing for change within her industry. Vivienne placed in the top 20 Executive Women Role Models in the HERoes List 2020, was awarded Woman Solicitor of the Year in the Law Society Excellence Awards in 2020, and has many years of experience leading a broad range of diversity initiatives and groups both within firms and across sectors. Vivienne was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours in 2021 for services to financial services and gender diversity.
Danish Financial Supervisory Authority
Jesper Berg is the General director Danish Financial Supervisory Authority since 2015.
Previously he served as General Director at Nykredit Bank, Head of Division at the Danish National Bank, Head of Division of the European Central Bank and Head of Section at the International Monetary Fund.
He holds a Master of Business Administration, from the IMD and Master of Science in Economics, from the University of Copenhagen. He is the author of several books.
Head of Unit (AML/CFT)
European Banking Authority
Carolin Gardner is the Head of the European Banking Authority’s AML/CFT Unit.
She oversees the development of common European AML/CFT standards for credit and financial institutions and their supervisors, and work to foster cooperation and information exchange among key stakeholders. She is also responsible for a programme of reviews of competent authorities’ approaches to AML/CFT supervision.
Prior to joining the European Banking Authority, Carolin was a technical specialist for financial crime policy at the UK Financial Conduct Authority, and a policy officer at Transparency International, an international anti-corruption charity.
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