Accuity Client Summit – Fircosoft Financial Crime Compliance User Conference New York – Speakers


Our product experts along with other industry experts will be leading the discussions at the client summit to share best practices and facilitate innovative discussions.

Jay Ryan, EVP Head of Americas/Global Team Sales
Jay Ryan
Head of Americas Sales, Accuity

David Wilson
David Wilson
Chief Operating Officer, Accuity

Tom Golding, EVP Risk and Compliance Product & Strategy
Tom Golding
Managing Director, Risk & Compliance, Accuity

Tom Van Aardt
Tom Van Aardt
EVP Data Strategy and Operations, Accuity

Sophie Lagouanelle
Sophie Lagouanelle
Head of Solutions, Risk & Compliance

Tom Kestler
Tom Kestler
Senior Product Manager, Accuity

Quentin Barthomeuf
Fircosoft Product Manager

Dave Loeser
Dave Loeser
Director, Product Management & Development, Risk Product Management, Accuity

Audrey Lamontagne
Fircosoft Product Manager

Jay Baylon
Jay Baylon
Technical Team Lead, Accuity

Nirjhar Daripa
Innovation Project Manager, Accuity

David Davies
Senior Solution Architect Specialist, Accuity

Zayd Sukhun
Global Pre-Sales Director, Fircosoft

Jean Sebastien Hubert
Professional Services Consultant, Fircosoft

Vlad Tulchinsky
Professional Services Consultant, Fircosoft

Shirlee Morgan
Professional Services Consultant, Fircosoft

Roland Thomas
Project Manager, Fircosoft

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Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor

Clark Abrams
Chief, Money Laundering and Financial Investigations Unit, Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor, City of New York

Clark Abrams is Chief of the Money Laundering and Financial Investigations Unit at the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor for the City of New York, where he is responsible for investigating and prosecuting money laundering cases, conducting training, and assisting and advising prosecutors throughout the Office on money laundering investigations and prosecutions. He also sits on the Office’s committee that approves and reviews undercover money laundering operations. Over the past 25 years, he has gained substantial experience, in positions with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, and Special Narcotics Prosecutor, investigating and prosecuting international money laundering, narcotics trafficking, and financial crime. After serving state appellate and federal trial judicial clerkships upon graduation from law school, Mr. Abrams practiced commercial litigation in New York City, before entering public service. He has served on various Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Working Groups, was trained as a Mutual Evaluation Assessor for the 40 + 9 Recommendations, and has spoken both in the United States and abroad on issues relating to financial crime, money laundering, and international cooperation. Mr. Abrams, a graduate of Rutgers College and the University of North Carolina School of Law, is a member of the Compliance Committee of the New York City Bar Association, and co-chair of the Financial Crimes/AML Subcommittee.

Markus Schulz

Markus Schulz
Global Head, Financial Crimes Compliance Controls, Standard Chartered Bank

Mr. Schulz looks after the FCC Controls framework for the Group including Customer & Transaction Surveillance, Financial Intelligence & Investigations, Sensitive Clients, Metrics, Analytics, Change & Delivery as well as Learning and owns all FCC systems. He is a trained banker by trade and has over 20 years of experience in Financial Services with more than half of his professional work dedicated to Compliance and Financial Crimes prevention for a number of global institutions.

He is a very active member in the Compliance industry, working with groups like the Wolfsberg Group, Egmont Group, Madison Group, Basel Institute on Governance, Insurance Europe, FATF, IACA and the European Commission just to mention some. He has initiated and lead a number of successful collective industry action groups around topics like Trade & Economic Sanctions, AML and FATCA as well as Ethics in Business.

Mr. Schulz is an Advisory Board member of ACAMS. He is a very frequent speaker and chair at Compliance, and Anti-Financial Crime conferences and summits around the world and has co-authored a number of publications in this field.

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