White Collar Crime Tech 2018 – Amsterdam Series

November 21, 2018

Venue: Bilderberg Garden Hotel, Amsterdam


About WCCT


White collar crime is on the rise. And almost all crimes involve some type of technology. Whether it's a computer, cell phone, or GPS - criminals are becoming more tech savvy. The motivation behind these crimes is financial and these are not victimless crimes as a single scam can destroy a company.

Organisations worldwide have to know more than ever identify, disrupt and investigate white collar crimes. With today’s fraud schemes more sophisticated than ever, both technology and skills are needed to fight white collar crime.

"White Collar Crime Tech is designed to explore the digital arena within legal, compliance, risk and litigation market."

White Collar Crime Tech 2018 will focus on topics including artificial intelligence, machine learning, data analytics, cyber intelligence and their roles in fraud, anti- money laundering, bribery, cryptocurrency and cybercrime with business transactions have increasingly been crossing national borders, thereby presenting greater opportunities for white collar crime and for the externalization of risks.

White Collar Crime Tech will take place at various cities around the world. These exclusive and multi-sectional sessions bring together multinational companies, governments and law enforcements. The aim is to unite key decision makers to address, debate, share ideas, raise awareness and deep dive around current pressing issues globally pertaining to white collar crime and its implications on transnational risks.

Who should attend?

  • Anti-Money Laundering (AML) directors
  • Compliance officers
  • Specialists Auditors – Internal and external
  • Chief Compliance Officers
  • Chief Technology Officers
  • Chief Information Security Officers
  • Compliance analysts
  • Consultants
  • Corporate counsel
  • Correspondent banking relationship officers
  • Credit card fraud unit personnel
  • Cyber security Executives
  • Due diligence and customer acceptance officers
  • Financial crime analysts Financial crime risk managers Financial institution examiners
  • Forensic accountants
  • Fraud analysts
  • Fraud detection and investigative officers
  • Government regulators and supervisors
  • Investigators – Government and private sector
  • Information and intelligence analysts
  • Information technology specialists
  • Insurance company fraud unit personnel
  • Inspectors general
  • Internal affairs officers
  • Investigative analysts
  • Receivers and monitors
  • Risk officers
  • Securities officers
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WCCT 2018 – Amsterdam Series Key Focus Areas

  • Insights on Emerging Trends and Technologies in Detecting and Preventing White Collar Crime
  • When Machines Fight Machines: Cyber Battles & the New Frontier of Artificial Intelligence
  • How Can Big Data Steer the Prevention and Fight Against Financial Crime?
  • Artificial Intelligence – Improving Risk Management in AML?
  • Keeping in Step with the Latest Sanction Changes
  • Designing Compliance Models to Mitigate Unique Cryptocurrency AML Risks
  • Leveraging on Emerging Tech and Advanced Analytics in Fraud Examinations
  • The Battle Against Synthetic Identity Fraud
  • Converging Man and Machine: AI-Assisted Fraud Investigations
  • Navigating the Minefield of a Multinational Bribery Case
  • Cyber Resilience in the Financial Services Sector
  • AI-Driven Detection of Attacks
  • Preventing Data Security Breach to Mitigate Losses
  • How is Blockchain Revolutionising Cybersecurity?

Arnon Tirosh

International VP of Advanced Solutions


Susan Ning

Senior Partner & Head of Compliance Group

King & Wood Mallesons

Ennio di Rosa

Director Benelux


René Oldenbeuving



Ian Hill

Group Head of Cyber Security

Royal BAM Group NV

Pierre Lommerse

Senior Risk Expert


Elmer Hoeksema

Co-Director Cybersecurity Program

University of Lynchburg

Eric Strom

FBI Liaison & Assistant Legal Attache

Europol Cyber Crime Centre

Neil Meikle

Head of Forensic Technology, Europe and Africa

Control Risks

Peter Goossens

Customer Success Manager Benelux


Dr. Floris van den Broek



Jaccy Gascoyne

Subject Matter Expert (AML/CTF) & Midlands Community Co-ordinator


Micael Brewitz

Solution Expert


Elisabeth Enjes

Account Manager


Maarten Westerman

Compliance Adviser

TMF Netherlands

Shairil Yahya

Head of FICS IT, Fraud Investigation and Customer Screenings Department

Philips International B.V.

Mark Tissink


(ISC)² Netherlands Chapter

Tahsin Ertan

Head of Compliance

Yapi Kredi Bank Nederland NV

Dr. Bernold Nieuwesteeg LLM MSc

Centre for the Law & Economics of Cyber Security

Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics

Seemant Sehgal

Head of Security Assesment

ING Bank

Thom Eijken

Senior Manager



Special Clientele

Gold Clientele

Silver Clientele

Special Partner

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