About the Webinar
In this webinar, industry-leading voices will present their insights about the biggest fraud trends for 2022 and their predictions for where fraud is headed in 2023.
Specifically, we’ll touch on:
💭 How 2022 was unique as compared to 2021 and 2020 (as a “post-pandemic” year)
▶️ The main fraud trends that played out in 2022 and why these trends occurred
👀 What to look out for in 2023 (and beyond) regarding fraud
🏆 Tips for successfully managing fraud risk in an ever-changing landscape
About your Hosts
Alex Faivusovich is a fraud prevention leader who has been fighting financial fraud for the past 13 years. His career started in Israel at Leumi Card (MAX) which culminated in him leading a team of 15 fraud analysts. In the U.S., Alex joined Matrix-IFS as a senior fraud consultant, where he provided expertise for Tier -1 banks and Fintech programs.
Alex later served as the Head of Fraud Risk at Lili Bank, leading the fraud prevention implementation of fraud prevention technology within the company, as well as owning the risk policy for first and third-party fraud.
Ahon Sarkar leads the Helix organization, a group of 150+ wonderful people building the Helix platform that empowers innovative companies to build personalized, empathetic banking products that today serve over 12M people across the country. Helix's mission is to make finance human.
As one of the first in Banking as a Service, Helix is the platform behind some of the biggest names in fintech banking today. We power amazing clients like Credit Karma, Betterment, Gusto, Acorns, Rocket Money, and many others that are launching next-generation financial services that redefine banking for millions of everyday Americans nationwide.
Eric Jardine is a Cybercrimes Research Lead at Chainalysis, where he investigates the malicious use of blockchains. He was previously an assistant professor of political science at Virginia Tech, studying the Dark Web, ransomware, and cybersecurity. From 2014-2016, he was a Research Fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation where he served as a part of the Secretariat for the Global Commission on Internet Governance.
John Ashley is an experienced Compliance professional with a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry. He is highly skilled in legal research and analysis, with a history of working closely with senior management and Board of Directors.