Unlocking business opportunities while
mitigating privacy risks
May 5th 2021, 10:30 AM EST | 16:30 CET
Virtual live event
Sharing and analyzing data across borders promises financial institutions to unlock new business opportunities, increase efficiencies and enhance their financial crime and compliance processes. Yet, tightening and unharmonized privacy regulations increasingly hamper information sharing between different jurisdictions. In this fireside chat, Duality will be joined by privacy and compliance experts across law firms, leading banks and the FFIS think tank to discuss the business potential and regulatory challenges associated with cross-border data transfers, and present emerging technology solutions that can help institutions mitigate compliance risks.
This is a live event, followed by an interactive Q&A session.
This fireside chat will cover the following topics:
Head of Data Sharing, Access and Privacy, HSBC's Compliance function
Jeannette Gunderson is the Head of Data Sharing, Access and Privacy for HSBC's Compliance function. Leveraging her experience as a financial crime and asset recovery prosecutor at the US Department of Justice and as chief of staff for FinCEN, as well as her work in legal internal investigations, Jeannette oversees the HSBC Compliance function's work to ensure it shares data to effectively identify transnational financial crime while preserving customers' privacy in line with the laws of each of HSBC'S 60+ global markets.
Global Head of Financial Crimes Compliance Regulatory Strategy, Credit Suisse
Sarah Runge currently serves as Global Head of Financial Crimes Compliance Regulatory Strategy at Credit Suisse. In this role, Sarah works across the FCC and Regulatory Affairs teams in Credit Suisse to develop a global plan to engage with and manage regulatory relationships related to FCC. Prior to joining Credit Suisse, Sarah spent over ten years in the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes developing domestic and international initiatives to address illicit finance.
Partner & Chair of GDPR Compliance and International Privacy, Fox Rothschild LLP
Odia Kagan is a partner and Chair of GDPR Compliance and International Privacy at Fox Rothschild LLP. She regularly advises clients on compliance with laws and regulations in the privacy and data security fields. She utilizes her in-depth knowledge of EU privacy law to assist clients of varying sizes and industries in preparing for compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
Strategy & Product Marketing, Duality
Ronen Cohen leads strategy and product marketing for Duality Technologies, helping clients leverage privacy-preserving data collaboration solutions. Previously, Ronen worked in the Financial and Regulatory technology markets, including at NICE Actimize, where he focused on financial crime investigations.
Nick J. Maxwell
Head of the Future of Financial Intelligence Sharing (FFIS) Research Programme, RUSI Centre
Nick J. Maxwell is Head of the Future of Financial Intelligence Sharing (FFIS) research programme, within the RUSI Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies that leads research into the role of public-private financial information-sharing partnerships to detect, prevent and disrupt crime.
Duality Technologies was founded by world-renowned cryptographers, including a Turing award winner, and data science executives, with the goal of delivering privacy-preserving solutions to the market. Duality sed by financial institutions to collaborate on financial crime and compliance investigations while preserving privacy and regulatory compliance. Duality is backed by Intel Capital, Hearst Ventures, and Team8, and Duality addresses the rapidly growing need of enterprises across regulated industries to collaborate on sensitive data.