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Pekka Dare

Pekka Dare
Director ICT Training, Learning and Development

Pekka has oversight of the delivery and development of ICT programmes worldwide. His role involves management of the ICT Training Faculty, where he has developed a world class faculty that delivers best in class training and education programmes across a range of jurisdictions.

Pekka’s other responsibilities include managing the ICT Research and Development Team which creates new and innovative programmes to respond to emerging regulatory and industry issues.

Pekka is instrumental in business development and engages with clients across a range of industry sectors, including Banking, Insurance, Betting and Gaming, Telecoms, Oil and Gas, and the Public Sector (in particular law enforcement agencies and regulators). He has developed training programmes with a range of clients in multiple jurisdictions and has been instrumental in tendering for and securing key in house clients and programs.

Pekka continues to deliver engaging and innovative training himself and is regularly asked to lead training personally by clients. He acts in an ambassadorial role for ICT, speaking at industry events and providing insight into emerging best practice and regulatory trends in respect of anti-money laundering (AML), financial crime prevention (FCP) and  governance risk and compliance (GRC) issues. Pekka is chairman of the Money Laundering Officer’s Discussion Group (MLODG), a body which shares best practice amongst practitioners.

Pekka has extensive experience as a practitioner, including roles as an MLRO for a multinational life and pensions firm and Head of Financial Crime Prevention of a division of a major UK bank. A qualified solicitor in the UK and New Zealand, Pekka has conducted prosecutions for tax evasion and provided legal advice in respect of organised crime groups, complex frauds and corporate tax evasion. He has also worked for the UK Department of Trade and Industry (now BERR) in the investigation of corporate fraud and misfeasance. 

Regulatory Compliance

Jonathan Bowdler

Jonathan Bowdler
Head of Regulatory Compliance

Jonathan is responsible for all of the ICT Compliance programmes. Having twenty five years of financial services industry experience, holding senior Compliance roles for the last fifteen of these, Jonathan has a wealth of practical compliance experience. With an MBA from Henley Business School and a Diploma in Management from Reading University, Jonathan is also highly qualified in business management and is therefore able to place governance, risk and compliance management within the context of wider corporate strategy. He is also a fully qualified investment and mortgage advisor and is a member of a number of industry forums.

Rhodri Kettle

Rhodri Kettle
Senior Course Director - Governance, Risk & Compliance

Rhodri has a background of over 25 years’ experience in retail financial services, in many different positions including roles as a Regulatory Compliance and Conduct Risk Manager for a ‘Big Four’ UK retail bank.  This gives him a great deal of practical compliance application experience, through interpreting proposed and existing regulation and challenging proposed implementation strategies through a customer and conduct of business lens.

Educated to Bachelors’ Degree level, and holding the ICA qualifications to Diploma level, his role at ICT focuses upon developing and editing course materials and associated training content required to obtain ICA qualifications to ensure it meets the highest possible standards, and is continually revised to keep abreast of industry, regulatory and legislative developments.  In addition, Rhodri teaches at all course levels including in house courses tailored to corporate client specifications. 

Financial Crime Compliance

Ruth Hutchinson

Ruth Hutchinson
Head of Financial Crime Compliance

I joined ICT from Barclaycard, where I was Head of Financial Crime Strategy and Control.  This involved ensuring that, as an innovative, fast paced and growing business, Barclaycard’s financial crime prevention strategy was equally innovative and evolving! This gave me great exposure to some of the new and evolving payment methods and technologies and the financial crime risks those introduce to a business. Prior to that, I spent a number of years in Financial Crime roles with Lloyds Banking Group and HBOS covering everything from fraud to PEPs and sanctions issues. My last role with Lloyds gave me a huge amount of experience in managing global financial crime activities and in delivering robust governance and management frameworks for Financial Crime. My career in banking has been centred around large Retail banks but has included a little exposure to the world of private banking and business banking. The management of PEPs (Politically Exposed People) risk has been a key focus, as has overseeing the development and implementation of target operating models to ensure sound management of risk. My career began in HMRC, where my first experience of the wonderful world of Financial Crime regulation was in identifying cases of tax evasion for prosecution under the then newly introduced Proceeds of Crime Act.

Andrew Clarke, MA

Andrew Clarke, MA
AML/Financial Crime Prevention Course Director

Andrew has extensive experience in anti-money laundering and financial crime, having led multi-agency enforcement teams dealing with complex fraud and money laundering investigations. As a tutor he has delivered training worldwide to prosecutors, government officials, law enforcement and the regulated sector.

He has worked on international projects with the World Bank, IMF and United Nations, including compliance assessments of jurisdictions under the Financial Action Task Force AML/CFT evaluation process; and delivering technical assistance to developing countries in the tracing and recovery of monies lost to bribery and corruption.

Andrew was involved in developing a training programme for UK financial investigators and in 2010 was awarded an MA in Financial Investigation and Financial Crime.

Dawn Fisher

Dawn Fisher
AML Course Director

Dawn has worked in anti-money laundering & financial crime prevention for 14 plus years in a range of sectors including money services businesses, securities and prime brokerage. She has also spent time as an AML Manager working for a big-4 consultancy on their AML forensic team.

Dawn has wide ranging financial crime experience from development and implementation of AML and financial crime prevention policies and procedures, including CDD, anti-bribery and corruption, fraud and sanctions and the implementation of automated anti-money laundering and customer screening monitoring systems.  Dawn is also an Actimise subject matter expert. 

Dawn has first-hand experience of all 3 stages of a s.166 review and prior to joining ICT, coordinated the final (reasonable assurance) phase for a medium sized enterprise with a significant global footprint.

Dawn acted in the capacity of nominated officer for approximately 12 years whilst in industry and acted in a DMLRO capacity for approximately 9 years, so is well versed in the technicalities and complexities of the UK reporting regime, including dealing with the tricky issue of ‘consent’.

She has extensive experience in developing and delivering anti money laundering and financial crime awareness training and has previously developed a comprehensive employee AML training programme which was considered industry ‘best practice'.

A keen student of criminology, with an interest in organised crime, Dawn has also received a number of academic awards for her work in this area, including recognition for her dissertation on the UK Proceeds of Crime Act and its fitness for purpose in disrupting organised crime in the UK.

Tim Tyler

Tim Tyler
AML/Financial Crime Prevention Course Director

Tim joined the ICT from the Gambling Commission where, as AML lead, he was responsible for all aspects of AML regulatory and supervisory activity. This was preceded by thirty years in UK Law Enforcement spanning the police, Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) and National Crime Agency (NCA). During this time he headed a number of functions including the Proceeds of Crime Operational Command within SOCA - focused on financial investigation, asset recovery and money laundering.  Other roles included oversight of the UK’s  INTERPOL & EUROPOL central bureaus, and, working with the Serious Fraud Office in the investigation of complex fraud.

Countering the threat of money laundering has been a recurrent theme throughout Tim’s career. He established money laundering investigation teams across the UK, developed innovative tactics to counter the threat, and worked with multiple domestic and international partners to track and eliminate laundering at source. The understanding and specialist skills he developed over this time combine with his senior manager experience as supervisor ensure that Tim is able to offer significant insight and practical expertise as a trainer.

ICTA

Andrew Glover

Andrew Glover
Managing Director of ICTA

Andrew began his career in the Financial Services sector in 1986, moving into the Compliance arena in 1989. Working mainly in the Product Provider sector he held various management posts covering areas such as business verification, complaints handling and financial promotions.

As the Global Director of Education and training for the ICTA, he had oversight for the UK and International programmes. Also, his role encompassed the development of the training and education programmes in new jurisdictions. Andrew is a visiting lecturer and mentor for the University of Manchester. Following the launch of the Singapore Government competency standards Andrew relocated to the regional office in Singapore as Managing Director of ICTA.

Andrew teaches full time on all programmes offered by ICTA.

Dione Schick

Dione Schick
Programme Director, Compliance and Financial Crime

Dione leads the program delivery team for Asia for ICTA. Her current area of specialty is regulatory compliance, including AML, anti-bribery and corruption, financial crime and whistleblowing covering training for a range of financial services, government and corporate clients in Asia.

Dione has more than 30 years’ work experience in compliance and financial crime, taxation, anti-money laundering and fraud. She has held senior management roles - for more than 15 years was a partner in a professional practice and was recently, prior to joining International Compliance Association, Director of Forensic Services for Deloitte Singapore.

She is a Chartered Accountant, a Certified Fraud Examiner and a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist and holds the ICA Graduate Diploma in Compliance and Diploma in AML.

Other teaching staff

We also use a number of external trainers to enliven the learning process. All ICT trainers have extensive experience. They come from a variety of backgrounds and most are still practising in their profession so you can be confident that the learning you receive is practical and up-to-date.

In our international centres we use local tutors who are knowledgeable about the laws and regulations of that particular country as well as international best practice.

Behind our trainers, we have a team of individuals who are constantly researching news and developments affecting the industries about which we teach. This ensures that both the materials and the teaching that you receive are current and highly relevant.

 

 

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