Money Mules: "Mule cruelty - harming society"

  • Thursday, October 04, 2018
  • 17:30 - 20:30
  • UK Finance, 5th Floor, 1 Angel Court, London EC2R 7HJ
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Our next event, Money Mules: "Mule cruelty - harming society", is very kindly being hosted by UK Finance with guest speakers Tony Murray, National Protect Officer seconded to City of London Police National Coordinators Office and Nicole Tuckwell, Product Manager of Vocalink Analytics.

As students are back to school and university, this is a timely event which will provide an overview of the current UK landscape and how technology and analytics is being used to help financial institutions gain valuable insights to combat network level money laundering.  Also, a good reminder to share the Don't be Fooled campaign which was launched last year by UK Finance and Cifas, which aims to deter young people, particularly students, from becoming money mules.


17:30 to 18:30 - Networking reception and registration
18:30 to 19:30 - Speakers and Q&A
19:30 to 20:30 - Networking reception with drinks and canape

Speaker Bios:

Tony Murray is the National Fraud Protect Officer seconded to the City of London Police National Coordinators Office. A Police Officer and qualified Fraud and Financial Investigator, a National Trading Standards ‘Friends Against Scams’ ‘ScamBassador’ and award winning fraud expert. Tony delivers on a number of National Economic Crime Training Courses, has communicated advice via TV, online articles, newspapers and radio and works to protect and empower communities to reduce the harm caused by fraud and cyber crime. Tony is passionate about partnership work and believes TOGETHER we CAN protect many.

Nicole Tuckwell joined Vocalink Analytics, MasterCard in May 2018 as a Product Manager focusing on Financial Crime solutions. These solutions include the award winning Corporate Fraud Insights product and the first of its kind network level anti-money laundering solution, soon to go live in the UK.

Prior to joining Vocalink, Nicole worked as a Fraud Business Strategy Manager at a renowned global analytics and fraud consultancy; but most of her 17 year career history was spent in a variety of strategic credit and fraud risk roles within one of the major high street banks. Having gained an insight into the issues faced by the banks, Nicole is now able to assist with financial crime solutions that will certainly make a difference. | Fraud Women's Network, PO Box 60454, London E8 9DA | +44 (0)7534 494 779 | Terms of use  | Privacy Policy
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