Date: Tuesday, April 12, 2022
Time: 08:00 PDT (Los Angeles) / 11:00 EDT (New York) / 16:00 BST (London) / 17:00 CEST (Frankfurt)
Join our discussion with industry leaders and experts to hear first-hand accounts, actionable advice, and unique insights into maritime risk. Our panel will explore topics including:
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Tim Aquino is Windward's Compliance Solutions Expert, with a focus on optimizing Artificial Intelligence technology to detect sanction evasion and trade-based money laundering. Tim has spent the last four years in corporate compliance, building quality assurance and control programs for leading financial institutions. Tim has extensive experience in Know Your Customer (KYC) and Due-Diligence workflows with a rich foundation of knowledge in the maritime sector.
John is a senior reporter at Global Trade Review (GTR) in London. He covers all areas related to international trade and trade finance, with a particular focus on emerging technology, regulatory issues and financial crime. John was previously editor at PaymentsCompliance, a specialist legal publication based in London, and as a reporter has contributed to numerous trade publications in the financial services industry including BlockchainBriefing and The Fintech Times.
Amalie is the global Head of Sanctions & Embargo for the Danske Bank Group and has overall responsibility for the global development, implementation and enhancement of the Danske Bank Group’s sanctions compliance program, as well as leading the Sanctions Compliance unit in Danske Bank and associated teams.
Scott Stevenson is the Senior Vice President of Trade at BAFT. Stevenson leads the association’s trade-focused policy, practices, and education initiatives, and supports its trade-related councils and committees. Prior to joining BAFT, Stevenson was a senior advisor for AF Capital Partners, which provided expertise in emerging market structured and project finance for development banking institutions. For two years, he consulted development banks and export credit agencies following a 17-year career at the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and World Bank Group in various trade and investment project leadership roles. Before joining the IFC, Stevenson was the regional head of financial institutions at Standard Chartered Bank in Singapore. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Colgate University, and his MBA from York University.