Panel 1: Historical and Contemporary Money-Laundering Techniques

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Above: panelists from our November 16, 2017 conference, “Money Laundering, Cryptocurrencies + Cyber-Security” discuss Historical and Contemporary Money Laundering Techniques 

David McFadden: is Counsel in Gowling WLG having served previously on the firm’s Executive Committee and Board of Trustees. He has acted for corporations, municipalities and utilities involved in the generation, distribution, transmission, marketing, and financing of energy.

Peter Warrack: is head of investigations with the AML Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) at the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC). Previously, he served as the Senior Manager Intelligence at RBC Corporate Investigations Services.

Chief Superintendent John Sullivan: has been a member of the Ontario Provincial Police for 31 years. He began his career in 1986 at Sharbot Lake Detachment and was transferred to Drug Enforcement Section in Ottawa in 1990 where he worked in joint force drug operations and money laundering investigations as an undercover operator and investigator.

Detective Alpha Chan: is a detective of the Toronto Police Service where he manages a team at the Computer Cyber Crime Unit. His experience spans the fields of covert operations, online investigations and more recently, cryptocurrency embedded investigations.