We are hosting the second in our FinCrime series, Mentorship in FinCrime, exploring confidence, allyship and advocacy in the Financial Crime prevention space in collaboration with the ICA. Broadgate Social will explore the diversity issue in FinCime, looking at varying experiencing of mentorship and allyship as well as how we can do more to bridge the diversity gap.
mentorship as a two-way process
Addressing diversity at leadership and why businesses are struggling to meet diversity goals
The glass-ceiling in Compliance and Financial Services
Barriers for diverse groups in reaching leadership and how we can utilise mentorship
Abi Chamberlain, Host and Client Services Director at Equiris Consulting
Dawn Hart, Compliance Director at DF Capital
Mark Inglis, Global Head Financial Crime Compliance Advisory at FIS
Supriya Jackman, Head of Due Diligence at Starling Bank
Amanda-Jayne Williams, Financial Crime Manager, AJ Bell
Landmark, St Peter’s Square,
1 Oxford St,
About our panel
Abi has spent the last decade translating and aligning business strategy to pragmatic solutions that bridge the gap between technology, process, and policy, and the human beings that need to interact with them. I’ve had the privilege of delivering programs across multiple industries, including media, technology, finance, cosmetics and construction. Ultimately, the goal is always to enable growth and performance through building a culture where people can be themselves, learn safely, and thrive.
Dawn is Director of Compliance at DF Capital, a Bank based in Manchester offering retail deposits and specialist lending. She is the MLRO and enjoys the demands and pace of working in a small, growing firm whilst balancing the challenges of wearing multiple hats. Prior to DF Capital, Dawn held MLRO accountability at Cumberland Building Society and a start-up based in Manchester, leading remediation activity and setting up new frameworks. Outside of work Dawn enjoys triathlon and is a volunteer Trustee for Samaritans, attending the quarterly Audit and Risk Committee as well as taking calls on a weekly basis.
Mark Inglis, Global Head Financial Crime Compliance Advisory at FIS. Mark is responsible for the Global Financial Crime Compliance Advisory Function at FIS and has been working in Financial Services for over 25 years, concentrating on Financial Crime Compliance for the last 15 years. Prior to joining FIS, Mark worked as a Financial Crime SME for firms in private and retail banking in London, Bristol and Manchester helping banks review and improve their compliance as well as supporting remediation activities, policy writing and policy implementation.
Mark is a Fellow of the International Compliance Association and a member of the European Payment Institutions Federation AML taskforce.
Supriya is the Head of Customer Due Diligence at Starling Bank, and has a background in a number of first and second-line Financial Crime roles across retail, commercial and private banking as well as experience at a payments platform. Supriya is an avid proponent of mentoring schemes having been lucky enough to have some fantastic mentors, and also enjoys being a mentor to others.
Amanda has been working in financial services just over 15 years with around 10 in Financial Crime. She started her career as a fraud investigator in banking before moving to the wealth management sector around 4 ½ years ago where she expanded my financial crime knowledge and experience. During this time she has progressed up the career ladder, starting as an analyst and more recently being promoted to financial crime manager.