Intelligence-Driven Approach to Financial Crimes ManagementNick Davison from EY Australia and Paul Franks of SAS discuss the Evolving Role of Advisory Services
Financial crimes against financial institutions have become more significant. These risks now represent one of the biggest areas of concern for the industry and one of the largest drivers of IT and compliance costs. Nick Davison of EY Australia and Paul Franks of SAS share new financial crime management strategies.
In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Davison and Franks discuss:
- New drivers in financial crime analytics;
- Technology solutions deployment trends;
- The growing role of advisory services in financial crime management.
Davison is the Financial Crime Lead, EY Asia-Pacific. Based in Sydney he works with clients on complex financial crime compliance and transformation challenges. His experience includes setting up and leading both onshore and offshore teams focused on financial crime consulting and operations, and he is passionate about reducing the devastating impact of financial crime on businesses and communities around the world.
As Director, Financial Services for SAS Australia and New Zealand, Franks is responsible for sales and industry strategies for banking customers and risk management solutions. During his time at SAS, he has been executive sponsor for several of its largest Australia and New Zealand financial services customers, and he is a member of the Global Banking Council for SAS. Franks has over 30 years of professional and commercial experience in financial services, covering banking, insurance and wealth management. He is a former partner at Deloitte and Ernst & Young.