Rebecca is part of the Financial Crime team. Her experience includes: developing governance structures, reviewing control processes against policy requirements, and designing and implementing monitoring frameworks across fraud, anti-money laundering (AML), sanctions and anti-bribery and corruption (ABC). Rebecca is passionate about training and has experience in designing, implementing and delivering AML, sanctions and ABC training.
Rebecca has been involved in a number of projects including for the independent monitor under a deferred prosecution agreement between the US Department of Justice and one of the world’s largest banks where she has performed on-site reviews in Asia and Europe. Other projects have included developing financial crime risk assessments for a variety of clients including branches and subsidiaries of overseas banks and estate agents. She has also been actively involved in s166 and remediation programmes.
Rebecca joined Bovill in January 2015 from Lloyds Banking Group where she spent 7 years in Commercial Banking, including within their Fraud and Financial Crime team. Rebecca holds a BA (hons) degree in Business Administration and Management from The University of Reading, an ICA Advanced AML Certificate with distinction and an ICA Specialist Certificate in Correspondent Banking.