National Financial Crime Discussion Group

Next meeting: 24 October 2019

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This Discussion Group provides a forum where participants can openly raise, discuss, and debate various trends and issues faced by the superannuation industry in the area of financial crime.

Discussions encompass a variety of financial crime matters including fraud, corruption, money laundering, terrorism financing, and associated regulatory developments. Through discussion and exchange of ideas the group will identify issues with the operation of financial crime related laws, areas where the law may need clarification, and issues regarding proposed changes to the law.

Only ASFA members can attend Discussion Group meetings. To find out more about becoming an ASFA member see the membership section.

Next meeting

24 October 2019

Speakers and topics

  • ASFA Update: ASFA policy team member or a member of the Victorian ASFA Executive
  • Financial Crime alert tools: Eoin Burke, Senior Manager Financial Crimes, Link Group
  • ATO update/insights: Mercedes Cardozo, Maria Iacopino, Walter Di Vissi and Shane Moore, Risk Assurance Hub – Intelligence Team, Australian Taxation Office

A copy of the agenda can be downloaded here.

The minutes from the August 2019 meeting can be downloaded here.

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Discussion Group Chair

Andrew Margetts
Executive Manager Governance, Risk and Compliance,
Guideway Financial Services, AFSL/ACL 420367


Venue host


Discussion Group meeting dates

24 October 2019

CPD Points

Attendance at an ASFA Discussion Group qualifies for one Continuing Professional Development (CPD) point for members of ASFA’s Professional Accreditation Program.

More information

 Group Charter

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