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Fighting Fraud and Corruption in a Shrinking World
In this lecture, Lisa will explore the challenges posed by globalisation, the increasing sophistication of communications technology and the exponential growth in data for law enforcement seeking to tackle economic crime. She will discuss the tools, powers and opportunities that law enforcement must exploit to meet these challenges. Lisa will also outline how criminal justice partners across the world must be as agile and collaborative in sharing information and working together, as the sophisticated criminals who take advantage of the shrinking world pursue their criminal ends.
Lisa Osofsky became Director of the SFO on 28 August 2018. A dual US/UK national, Lisa has over 30 years’ experience pursuing and protecting against financial crime, in both the public and private sectors. She began her career working as a US federal prosecutor, taking on white collar crime cases including defence contractor and bank frauds, money laundering and drug related conspiracies. She spent five years as Deputy General Counsel and Ethics Officer at the FBI and was seconded to the SFO whilst a Special Attorney in the US Department of Justice’s Fraud Division. She was also called to the Bar in the UK.
Lisa has worked for Goldman Sachs International as their Money Laundering Reporting Officer and spent seven years in the Corporate Investigation Division of Control Risks, where she advised on compliance issues. Prior to joining the SFO, Lisa worked for Exiger, a global governance, risk and compliance advisory firm, where she served as Regional Leader and Head of Investigations for Europe, Middle East and Africa. This event is open to all RUSI members. To become a member, please click here.
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