Our Financial Crime Experts

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Our Financial Crime Experts

Tim Phillipps, APAC Financial Crime Network Leader

Tim leads the Southeast Asia Forensic and Analytics practices and is also the APAC Leader for the Financial Crime Network. Tim is regularly engaged by financial institutions and global corporations to advise on financial crime issues including money laundering, bribery, corruption, fraud and economic and trade sanctions. As the former leader of Deloitte's Global Forensic and Analytics practices, Tim brings strategic insight to client conversations.

Tim Phillipps

Radish Singh, Southeast Asia Financial Crime Leader

Radish is based in Singapore and has over 17 years of extensive experience in compliance and anti-money laundering, corporate governance, risk and financial services regulations. She advises major banks and listed companies on compliance frameworks and regulatory compliance matters and held senior roles in regulatory authorities and financial institutions prior to Deloitte.

Radish Singh

Lisa Dobbin, Australia (Sydney) Financial Crime Leader

Lisa is a Partner in the Australian Forensic practice and is experienced in supporting clients in the financial services industry navigate significant financial crime regulatory and operational challenges, across strategy, advisory and response. Leading a large team of financial crime professionals in Sydney, she provides advice to clients in the areas of anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing, economic and trade sanctions, anti-bribery and corruption, fraud, market misconduct, and conduct risk. Her financial crime experience includes strategy and operating models, investigations, large scale remediation programs, program and framework development, independent reviews/audits and risk assessments. She also has significant experience supporting clients in response to enforceable undertakings and regulatory proceedings in Australia and other jurisdictions. Her clients include major Australian financial institutions and global institutions.

Lisa Dobbin

Chris Linde, Australia (Melbourne) Financial Crime Leader

Chris is Partner in the Melbourne Forensic practice and an expert in financial crime management having spent 19 years in a variety of roles in global advisory firms and in a large global banking conglomerate. Given his exposure in cross-border investigations whilst based in United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, South Korea and South Africa, he is a trusted advisor when it comes to the design and development of compliance and risk management frameworks. He specialises in anti-fraud, anti-corruption and anti-money laundering. Chris has vast knowledge in remediation and has conducted large scale investigations in rogue trading, market manipulation, front running, data leakage, insider trading, fraud, money laundering, employee misconduct, conflicts of interest, theft of physical assets and inappropriate use of company assets. He has completed complex review of misconduct by senior management and suspicious financial and accounting transactions as well as facilitated training workshops to senior management, where he provided counsel on fraud risk management processes and controls.

Chris Linde

Ivan Zasarsky, China Financial Crime Leader

Ivan is based in Hong Kong and has over 20 years of experience in providing advisory services and solutions across the spectrum of regulatory change. He specialises in providing services for the mitigation of financial crime through the application of advanced technologies and analytics. This includes financial applications, case tools, detection methodologies, algorithms and platform development.

Ivan Zasarsky

K.V Karthik, India Financial Crime Leader

Karthik is a Partner in the India Forensic practice and has extensive experience in financial crime management having spent more than 18 years advising large corporates in financial services across private and public sectors that includes banks, brokerages, private equity firms as well as insurance companies. With a deep understanding of the Indian and South Asian market, Karthik has led large scale remediation and investigation projects including regulatory driven investigations for both domestic and regional financial institutions including banks, brokerages and private equity. He has done extensive work in the areas of anti-money laundering, Anti Fraud Advisory, counter terrorist financing, economic and trade sanctions, anti-bribery and corruption and devising new target operating models for financial institutions to respond to regulatory shifts and demands. He was also recently associated in assisting a large global bank in reviewing their sanctions governance framework across countries in Africa, Asia Pacific and the Middle East.

K.V Karthik

Hidekazu Kojima, Japan Financial Crime Leader

Hidekazu is Executive Officer & Managing Director in the Japan Forensic practice and brings over 20 years of experience in financial crime management, where he advises local and regional financial institutions on know-your-customer and customer-due-diligence within anti-money laundering programmes. He is an expert in crisis management, global crisis counter-measures and financial crime compliance, having worked on multiple high profile global cross-border cases. He has held various senior leadership roles in global Japanese banking conglomerate where he was responsible for managing global regulatory compliance matters including Recovery Resolution Plan, AML, Dodd-Frank Act, FATCA, US prudential standards. In the G-SIFI community, he was the sole Asian representative to Wolfsberg Group (13 G-SIFIs club) in 2014 and 2015 to lead best practice.

Hidekazu Kojima

Ian Tuke, New Zealand Financial Crime Leader

The term financial crime may sound a bit dramatic for a professional services environment, but that’s exactly what our team of 20 forensic practitioners within Risk Advisory spend their time on. I get a big kick out of coordinating our firm’s resources to help clients respond when they discover someone has crossed ethical lines, and help them better understand their own financial crime blind spots.

Ian Tuke

Christina Tseng, Taiwan Financial Crime Leader

Christina is a Partner in the Taiwan Deloitte Forensic and Analytics practice and brings more than a decade of experience in the areas of enterprise risk management, fraud risk management, data analytics and data governance, computer fraud detection, and computer forensic. Within enterprise risk management, she has in-depth knowledge having advised major financial banking corporations in Information Security Management (ISO 27001), Business Continuity Management (BS 25999), Personal Information Management (BS 10012). A certified fraud examiner, she has led key projects across a range of industries including financial services, banking, telecommunications, information technology, manufacturing, automotive, consumer retail, and public services.

Christina Tseng

Eric Yeum, Korea Financial Crime Leader

Eric is a Director within Deloitte Financial Crisis service specialised in Financial industry, leading the financial crime including AML, FATCA, fraud detection, and Regulatory and Compliance Advisory practice based in Seoul Korea. He has vast experience and operational knowledge in Banking, Securities, Insurance and Asset Management industry.

Eric has led numerous projects of AML implementation and FATCA Implementation projects for Korean major banks, investment companies and other financial institutions. He has spearheaded the complex implementation of fraud monitoring systems, performed regulatory reviews, internal audits and conducted fraud investigations for global corporates based in Korea.

Eric Yeum

Oo Yang Ping, APAC Financial Crime Network Operations Director

Yang Ping leads operations for the Asia Pacific Financial Crime Network, coordinating our financial and talent resources to bring the best financial crime experts to our clients. Based in Singapore, he has over 20 years' experience with the Big 4, advising clients on risk, compliance and assurance related matters in the UK, US and Asia. He helps organisations streamline their processes to gain maximum benefit from their risk management and compliance spend. He also advises clients on change management and implementation projects.

Oo Yang Ping
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