The Financial Integrity Hub has announced the launch of a podcast series, proudly sponsored by Identitii.
The Financial Integrity Hub (FIH) was created to bring academia, industry, and government together to build a central eco-system to support financial compliance and AML interests. The new podcast helps drive those objectives forward, with financial crime experts across the country shedding light on some of the key issues facing the AML/CTF industry. The series features renowned guests, such as:
Nathan Lynch, author of the Lucky Laundry,
Neil Jeans, Partner, Risk at Grant Thornton, and
Anthony Quinn, Founder of Arctic Intelligence, to name a few.
Speaking on the podcast launch, Dr Doron Goldbarsht, Financial Integrity Hub Director, said:
“The podcast provides a platform for experts to share their knowledge and insights on a particular topic. By featuring experts in a particular field, the Financial Integrity Hub provides valuable information to its audience and helps them better understand complex issues related to financial crime and integrity. In addition, creating a podcast is a way for the Financial Integrity Hub to engage with the public and raise awareness about its work.
Listeners can deepen their understanding of complex issues related to financial crime and integrity, and learn about the latest research, developments, policies, and best practices in this field. Through diverse perspectives from academics, policymakers, and practitioners, listeners can broaden their understanding and gain valuable insights.”
Speaking on the sponsorship and podcast launch, Clare Rhodes, Head of Marketing and Sales at Identitii, said:
“Identitii is continuously looking for ways to support its clients to achieve best practice compliance through technology and insights. FIH forge the way with market leading research that uplifts the industry by improving the approach to AML compliance. Identitii is excited to partner with FIH and help share their vast knowledge with the compliance community.”
The first episode of the podcast is now live and features Anton Moiseienko, a renowned lecturer in Law at the Australian National University. His expertise in transnational crime, economic crime, cybercrime, and targeted sanctions will give listeners a unique perspective on the critical issue of transnational crime and sanctions.
To listen to the podcast, visit the FIH hub.