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Forum to discuss risks associated with politicians and dirty money

Forum to discuss risks associated with politicians and dirty money

Tuesday 26 November 2019

Forum to discuss risks associated with politicians and dirty money


The former Deputy Director General of the Jersey Financial Services Commission will be joining an anti-money laundering forum to discuss the risks associated with politicians and dirty money.

Helen Hatton will be one of the speakers at BPP's second Bi-Annual Anti-Money Laundering Forum on 17 March 2020.

She is currently the Managing Director of BDO Sator Regulatory Consulting and is a retained and trusted advisor to a number of major institutions in Jersey and Internationally.

She will be delivering a presentation on ‘Politicians and dirty money – what are the risks?.'

“Politicians live in a rarefied world of power, and deals only size-challenged by the egos at play," Mrs Hatton commented. "Risks are taken; profits made. Here lies peril for financial institutions. Let’s talk PEPs."

She will be joined by Tom Fothergill, Government's Lead Policy Advisor for Financial Crime, Andrew Mitchell, Founder of Equilibrium Futures Ltd and James Mews, Counsel at Pinel Advocates.

The half-day forum aims to explore the key risks which financial services businesses in Jersey face and will propose risk management solutions to help those working within these businesses to manage the risks.

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