The Latest In Financial Crime Detection and Prevention: Best Practices and Trends

The Latest In Financial Crime Detection and Prevention: Best Practices and Trends

October 14, 2019, 11:15 AM - 12:00 PM

Veronese 2405
Featuring several financial crime and risk prevention and detection experts, this best practices session will look at three critical aspects of financial crime and risk. First, the panel will evaluate the FinCrime compliance risks for current industry growth areas like sports wagering, online gaming and lottery services and esports. Next, they will take a look at the current use of data-analytics and technology for FinCrime analysis, sharing their insights on how casinos and regulators are using analytics to better track financial crimes and suspicious activity indicators in real-time. Finally, the panel will address common financial crime risks that are applicable globally and discuss how different jurisdictions are tackling areas such as calculating and monitoring patron risk, addressing suspicious activity indicators, tracking and aggregating patron rated play and more.


  • Chris Grippa



    Ernst & Young

    Mr. Grippa is a partner with EY's Forensic & Integrity Services practice and leads the EY Forensics gaming team. He specializes in advising clients...

  • Harold A. Crawford


    Managing Director

    Alvarez & Marsal

  • Frank Donaghue


    Chief Compliance Officer

    Penn National Gaming

    Frank Donaghue joined Penn National Gaming, Inc. ("PNGI") in July 2011. As Vice President of Regulatory Affairs and Chief Compliance Officer, he...



    Engagement Director


    Efren Marquez Alba, Engagement Director at Treliant, has over 30 years of leadership experience in financial services and professional services...

  • Louis Rogacki


    Deputy Director

    New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement

    Louis S. Rogacki, Assistant Attorney General, New Jersey Division of Gaming is a graduate of Seton Hall University and the Vermont Law School. ...

Program Type

  1. Program Type
    Interactive Panel Discussion


  1. Track
    IAGA Best Practices Institute

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