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Asset Reality - Crypto Assets, Asset Recovery and more
In this episode you will hear about the connection between suspicious activity reports and asset recovery, and what does asset recovery need. Also, what can we learn from crypt assets and do they provide a blueprint?
Guest on Compliance Time is Aidan Larkin - the Founder of Asset Reality Ltd. He is a former Criminal Investigator for Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs, and has over 10 years financial investigation experience including tracing and realizing assets seized under proceeds of crime and insolvency legislation. Throughout his career he ran the world's first series of seized crypto auctions and managed a multi-million pound portfolio of criminal’s seized and confiscated assets spread around the world. His background in asset recovery also includes presenting to global regulators and representing the private sector in front of intergovernmental agencies such as OECD, UN, FATF and EU Commission on best practices in seized asset management. Aidan works with law enforcement agencies and governments directly on an advisory basis and continues to act as asset management consultant on some of the worlds largest and most high profile fraud and corruption cases managing and realizing assets on agencies behalf.
He remains a visiting lecturer for a number of overseas academies and universities and is a highly sought after guest speaker at events in international asset recovery, asset management best practices and storage & sale of crypto currencies. He also delivers asset management training to government agencies around the world.
In this episode our guest is Erica Stanford - a serial entrepreneur in the cryptocurrency space. She launched "Cryptocurrency Simplified" in 2017, a leading educational platform that provides information on cryptocurrency, blockchain, tokenization and future tech in easy to understand language. Following that, she also launched and now runs the UK's biggest and most recommended crypto networking and events organization, Crypto Curry Club. She is also the author of a book "Crypto Wars: Faked Deaths, Missing Billions and Industry Disruption". This book shows how market-wide manipulation schemes, unregulated processes and a new collection of technologies that are often misunderstood, have been exploited to create the wild west of crypto, run by some less than reputable characters. From OneCoin to PonziCoin to Trumpcoin and everything in between, Crypto Wars uncovers the scandals, unpicks the system behind them and allows you to better understand a new technology that has the potential to revolutionize banking and our world for the better.
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In this episode we are asking are we ready to experiment with compliance in order to make it better and more efficient? Can we implement different ways and use tools from other areas of business which would inspire compliance within the firm?
In this episode we are going to explore the connection between compliance and behavior science. Guest on the podcast is Christian Hunt - the founder of Human Risk, a Behavioural Science led Consulting and Training Firm, specialising in the fields of Ethics & Compliance. He was formerly Managing Director at UBS where he was Head of Behavioural Science. Christian joined the Firm in Compliance & Operational Risk Control, leading the function globally for UBS Asset Management. Prior to joining UBS, he was COO of the UK Prudential Regulation Authority, a subsidiary of the Bank of England responsible for regulating financial services.
Christian speaks and writes regularly about Behavioural Science and human risk. He also hosts and produces the Human Risk podcast - you must check that out! Links will be in the show notes.
Website is www.human-risk.com
Twitter account is @humanriskltd
LinkedIn is www.linkedin.com/in/humanrisk
In this episode we will talk about insider trading - how it happens, how do people rationalize it and how compliance can help. Our guest sharing his experience with us is Tom Hardin.
Tom Hardin previously spent much of his career as a financial analyst in the U.S. In 2008, as part of a cooperation agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice, Tom assisted the U.S. government in understanding how insider trading occurred in the financial services industry.
Known as “Tipper X,” Tom became one of the most prolific informants in securities fraud history, helping to build over 20 of the 80+ individual criminal cases in “Operation Perfect Hedge,” a Wall Street house cleaning campaign that morphed into the largest insider trading investigation of a generation. As the youngest professional implicated in the sting, Tom was tasked with wearing a covert body wire on over 40 occasions to help the FBI bring down some of its biggest targets in the industry.
Later Tom was invited by the FBI's New York office to speak to their rookie agents in 2016 and is now a global keynote speaker, corporate trainer and board advisor on behavioral ethics, compliance and organizational conduct and culture risk. Through rigorous self-examination, Tom took responsibility for his actions as a young professional, used the experience to transform his life and is now on an on-going journey into human behavior and why we sometimes make the wrong decision.
Guest in this episode is Robert Nordlander - the host of Fraud Fighter podcast, a former special agent 20 years of experience in fraud investigations, forensic accounting and criminal financial investigation. As part of his career he has seized...
[Rewind 2020] How to be better financial crime professional in 2021?
While working on Compliance Time season 2, we prepared for you this episode featuring all the great advices and recommendations of our last year guests on how to be better financial crime professional. You will hear once more how to prepare for a career...