Fraud Intelligence & Investigations Lead, COR.IQ
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“Identities are increasingly targeted by organized crime groups as a first step to more complex crime. By working together with industry experts, we can better understand how to prevent identity theft and reduce the opportunities for organized fraud.”

Ann has worked in Criminal Intelligence for 28 years in both Public and Private Sector roles (Law Enforcement and Financial Industry). Her focus is Intelligence & Investigations and taking a proactive approach to crime reduction and risk mitigation. She spent the last eight years in the Financial Industry.

Ann led the Canadian Bankers Association Centralized Financial Crime Intelligence team. Working towards a National Financial Crime Strategy, the team responsibilities included providing support to Law Enforcement and Corporate Security Investigations proactively identifying and targeting organized crime groups. She later joined two of Canada’s big five banks, first at TD Bank as Global Security Investigations Senior Manager, Intelligence and later to CIBC as a Director of Security before joining the Equifax fraud team in 2013.

More recently Ann joined Symcor’s CORIQ team that offers a collaborative and intelligence-led approach to financial crime that further helps tell the story of organized fraud. Ann is a member of the faculty for the Justice Institute of British Columbia teaching Financial Crime Analysis, and Humber College Criminal Intelligence Analysis program. Ann has just completed her Masters of Science in Fraud and Corruption at the University of Portsmouth.

Ann enjoys cycling and walking during the summer months and hibernating in winter.

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