ComplyAdvantage Webinar: The Rise of Money Muling

ComplyAdvantage Webinar:

The Rise of Money Muling

Thursday, October 1, 2020 | 11am BSTDue to rapidly changing global circumstances, high unemployment and uncertainty surrounded the future, money muling is tragically on the rise.

It is a crime that often disproportionately affects the most vulnerable and financially illiterate. Criminals involved in money muling often survive by tricking ‘clean’ individuals with no criminal history but who is ultimately responsible for educating and helping to prevent this insidious form of money laundering: individuals, banks, governments, regulators, social media platforms?

Join our expert panel including:

  • Charles Delingpole, Founder & CEO, ComplyAdvantage
  • Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL
  • Tom Keatinge, Director, Centre for Financial Crime & Security Studies, RUSI
  • Adam Hadley, Director, Tech Against Terrorism

In this thought-provoking webinar, exploring:

  • The role that social media platforms play in recruitment, advertisement, and propagation
  • Why this issue deserves urgent and serious attention now
  • What the financial services sector and the regulator is and should be doing to stop money muling

This webinar has now concluded.

To view the on-demand version of this webinar, please register below:


Charles Delingpole, Founder & CEO, ComplyAdvantage

Charles Delingpole is a technology entrepreneur with over 10 years of executive experience in the financial services space across the U.S., Europe and Asia. Previously he was the Co-Founder and CEO of MarketFinance, a corporate financial solutions company that has raised over $59M in funding, and before that he was an investment banker at J.P. Morgan Cazanove. Charles also founded the world’s largest student discussion forum The Student Room Group when he was 16. He holds an MA in Politics from Trinity College Cambridge and an MSc in Management, Strategy, and Finance from the LSE.

Gemma Rogers, Co-Founder, FINTRAIL

Gemma Rogers is the co-founder of consulting firm, FINTRAIL, which works with clients in the financial services and regulated sectors to help them manage and mitigate their financial crime risks. Prior to this, Gemma was the Deputy Global Head of the HSBC Financial Intelligence Unit. She spent her early career in the public sector. FINTRAIL aims to combine the team’s wealth of experience across disruptive services and international banking to bring clients deep domain knowledge of financial crime risks, as well as an ability to execute intelligent frameworks across both emerging platforms and established financial services.

Tom Keatinge, Director, Centre for Financial Crime & Security Studies, RUSI

Tom Keatinge is the founding Director of the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at RUSI, where his research focuses on matters at the intersection of finance and security, including the use of finance as a tool of intelligence and disruption. He has a Master’s in Intelligence and International Security from King’s College London, where his research focused on the effectiveness of the global counter-terror finance regime. Prior to joining RUSI in 2014, he was an investment banker for 20 years at J.P. Morgan.