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Next meeting: 21 May 2020
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.
21 May 2020
As a result of the coronavirus outbreak, anybody who has travelled internationally over the past couple of months or is feeling sick/unwell will need to dial-in remotely for the discussion group meeting rather than attending in person at the PwC office.
Executive Manager Governance, Risk and Compliance,
Guideway Financial Services, AFSL/ACL 420367
Andrew has a strong management, technical and legislative background in the financial services industry, predominately within the superannuation field.
He commenced his career with KPMG, followed by service with AXA, Aviva/Navigator, NAB and most recently with Vision Super where he headed up the Risk and Compliance team. Since March 2017 , he has been in the role of Executive Manager Governance, Risk and Compliance.
Andrew has been Chair of the ASFA National Financial Crime Discussion Group for the past five years.
21 May 202013 August 202029 October 2020
Attendance at an ASFA Discussion Group qualifies for one Continuing Professional Development (CPD) point for members of ASFA’s Professional Accreditation Program.
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