Building communities and providing in-house lawyers with a platform to network and exchange ideas has always been at the core of what we do. The Lawyer’s In-house Financial Services virtual event taking place between the 30th June and 2nd July will bring together 200+ in-house legal counsel and compliance professionals from across the financial services sector to discuss, benchmark and share knowledge.

This series of exciting content includes an option of webinars and roundtables for attendees to pick and choose from, including a 45-minute virtual roundtable on Conducting remote investigations [in the current environment].

This virtual roundtable offers insights and tips from recent investigations. Topics covered will include data gathering, analysis, interviews and stakeholder management.

The speaker line-up for this session features:

Tom Townson, Head of Financial Crime, Grant Thornton LLP

Tom is the partner leading the Financial Crime team for Grant Thornton UK LLP. He has over 20 years’ experience as a practitioner and as a consultant to financial service firms in the Financial Crime arena covering Fraud, AML, Sanctions and Conduct issues. He has led a number of globally significant programmes concerned with advising on building, reviewing or improving financial crime frameworks primarily at firms’ subject to intensive regulatory scrutiny involving multiple jurisdictions and regulators.

Steve Donaghy, Director- Forensic and Investigation Services, Grant Thornton LLP

Steve is a Director in our Forensic & Investigations practice, specialising in financial services. He has over 18 years’ experience in investigations and disputes and has led on multi-jurisdictional regulatory investigations as well as investigations into KYC breaches, market abuse, sanctions screening, anti-trust violations and fraud.

Steve Holt, Partner, Forensic and Investigations, Grant Thornton LLP

Steve is a partner in Grant Thornton’s Forensic and Investigation Services practice, with a particular focus on aiding companies facing urgent, complex, cross-border issues including fraud, bribery and corruption, misconduct and asset recovery. He has extensive experience investigating high-profile public interest matters representing governments, public companies and private individuals throughout Europe, Africa, Asia and South America.

Please note that the virtual roundtables have very limited availability, so if you are interested in joining this session please contact Emma Bower for more information.

This free to attend virtual roundtable is part of the In-house Financial Services virtual event taking place between 30 June – 2nd July.

For more information on the conference, a copy of the agenda, or to register for any of the 10+ sessions available, please visit the event website.