Denisse Rudich

Associate Fellow

Biography

Denisse has over 15 years delivering financial crime prevention, anti-money laundering, and counter-terrorist financing systems and controls across banking and public sectors, including as Head of AML/CFT Policy for RBS (CBD) and Strategic Advisor to Rabobank. She is Director of Rudich Advisory, and CCO & co-founder of technology platform ElementaryB.

She has experience working with many top-tier financial institutions as well as holding the roles of Director of the G7 and G20 Research Groups (London), acted as Secretariat for the WEF’s Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime, set up the first global AML/CFT working group for the crypto industry, and acts as a Senior Advisor to RegTech, FinTech, crypto / virtual assets firms, and The Sentry.

Denisse most recently acted as a technical expert on the Joint Working Group of InteVASPs Messaging Standards that issued the IVMS-101 Messaging Standard, was a member of the 5MLD Cryptoassets Consultation roundtable organized by the UK’s HM Treasury, and has acted as mentor at FCA TechSprints and the inaugural Digital Sandbox. Denisse regularly provides training on technological innovations in financial crime, including crypto and blockchain, and is also an author, trainer, speaker and panellist at industry events and mentor to start-ups.

Transatlantic Response to Illicit Finance Taskforce Member

Thoughts on the Taskforce:

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Being a child of the what Canadian historians call the Transatlantic Triangle (Canada-US-UK), this seemed like the perfect opportunity to explore how two countries that are close to my heart, which are undergoing their own metamorphoses yet are joined by shared values and a sense of purpose, can come together and work more effectively to tackle the lifeblood of perpetrators of horrific crimes (namely illicit financial flows), systemic corruption, and kleptocracies to make the world a better place for the future of our children.

Denisse Rudich

Associate Fellow

Taskforce on a Transatlantic Response to Illicit Finance

TARIF aims to strengthen global democracy by identifying viable ways in which the UK and US can combine efforts in tackling illicit finance.

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