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Jersey Finance, in partnership with Themis, is delighted to host a UK Financial Crime Risk Assessment roundtable – a CPD accredited event – for finance firms in Jersey.

Understanding financial crime risk is a cornerstone of the fight against money laundering and the financing of terrorism and proliferation. To help industry’s risk understanding, Jersey Finance engaged Themis, a financial crime specialist to jointly host a roundtable discussion event with experts focussed on the UK.

The roundtable event provides an opportunity to hear from an expert panel of practitioners, ask questions about key financial crime threats to the UK and explore the implications for finance firm’s Jersey operations or firms with clients and partners based in the UK.

This event is highly recommended for representatives from compliance functions, in addition to other business areas, and we welcome multiple attendees from finance firms in Jersey.

If you have any questions regarding this CPD-accredited event, please contact our events team.


Lisa Springate › Head of Legal and Technical, Jersey Finance
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Lisa joined Jersey Finance in November 2017 from Bedell Cristin where she was a partner within the Commercial Litigation department.

Lisa leads the delivery of our legal and technical services to our Members and, alongside her team, represents the finance industry’s position, in respect of legislation, regulation and innovation, to enhance Jersey’s offering. Lisa is qualified as an English Barrister and Jersey Advocate and prior to joining Jersey Finance in 2017, she was a partner within the commercial litigation team of one of the local leading law firms.

She works closely with the CEO, Joe Moynihan and Deputy CEO, Amy Bryant as well as the Financial Services Industry in Jersey, the States of Jersey Government bodies and the Jersey Financial Services Commission, to ensure effective and proactive consultation and communication is maintained.

Prior to moving to Jersey in 1993, Lisa practised with leading law firm, Mayer Brown JSM in Hong Kong and as a barrister in London. She qualified as a Jersey advocate in 2000 and is a very experienced commercial litigator, having acted for high-net worth individuals, leading banks and local trust companies over the last 25 years.

She has formerly held positions as Chair of the Institute of Directors (“IoD”) in Jersey, Board member of the Jersey Good Business Charter and a member of the Economic Council which was established by Government of Jersey, following the onset of Covid-19.

Lisa is the present Chair of Visit Jersey.

Carel van Randwyck

Carel van Randwyck Head of Impact & Partnerships, Themis

Carel van Randwyck is the Head of Impact & Partnerships at Themis, having been with the company since 2020. He has 35+ years’ broad international experience, having lived and worked in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe for market-leading financial services firms. Prior to Themis, he was the adviser to an impact investing VC firm, the Global COO for various sales & trading businesses at UBS Investment Bank, Head of Change Management, Group Sales, at Deutsche Börse, the German Stock Exchange company, financial management & treasury management consultant with Price Waterhouse and auditor with Arthur Young & Co. He is a Fellow of both the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales and the Association of Corporate Treasurers, holds the CFA Certificate in ESG Investing and is fluent in English, Dutch and Spanish.

Jennie Haslett

Jennie Haslett Head of FATF and International Branch, Sanctions and Illicit Finance Team, HM Treasury

Jennie has worked as Deputy Head of the UK delegation to the Financial Action Task Force for the past six years. Prior to this Jennie worked on anti-corruption, counter-terrorism and offshore tax evasion across HMRC, Home Office and the Foreign Office.

Amanda Reilly

Amanda Reilly Director, Ogier Regulatory Consulting Jersey

Amanda has extensive experience in regulatory compliance including conduct- and financial crime-related matters. Prior to joining Ogier, Amanda was part of the Senior Leadership Team at the JFSC and was responsible for teams supervising the banking, fund services business, investment business and trust company business sectors in Jersey, after heading up both the Financial Crime and Supervision Examination Units.
Amanda joined the regulator after a long career in the finance industry, working in the Crown Dependencies and the UK. Amanda has a keen interest in corporate governance and boardroom dynamics. She has professional diplomas in Financial Services Management, Compliance and Anti-Money Laundering and holds qualifications in coaching and mentoring, and leadership.

George Pearmain

George Pearmain Director of Financial Crime Strategy, Government of Jersey

George Pearmain is the Government’s lead adviser on AML/CFT/CPF policy and Head of Delegation to MONEYVAL. He is a leading strategic adviser on financial crime policy, having worked across the public, private and international organisation sectors for over 15 years.
George initially trained and qualified as a lawyer (Jersey Advocate and English Barrister) and moved to focusing on financial services and financial crime risk, compliance, policy and legislation. He returned to Jersey to take this role in March 2020 after a period at the Secretariat to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) – the international standard setter on financial crime.
George has represented the FATF in international meetings around the world both providing input on country evaluations and presenting on FATF initiatives.

Caroline Morgan

Caroline Morgan Jersey Financial Services Commission

Caroline Morgan has recently returned to a new position with the Jersey Financial Services Commission, where she has worked for 18 years, in the Risk Division. During 2022/2023 Caroline completed a two-year secondment to the Government of Jersey Financial Crime Strategy team focussing on financial crime risk, during which the government published a number of national risk assessments. Caroline has worked in the finance industry for nearly 40 years, first in London and more recently in Jersey. She is a Chartered Accountant by background, has worked in all areas of financial policy and represented both the UK financial regulator and the JFSC on the international stage.

Richard Mallet

Richard Mallet Team Leader, Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) - Jersey

Richard joined the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU)—Jersey in December 2022 as a Team Leader, responsible for half of the FIU's intelligence team. He is part of the senior management leadership team, which is tasked with the unit's day-to-day operations. In addition, Richard sits on the transformation project group, overseeing the FIU's transition into a fully independent organisation.
Before joining the FIU, Richard was a Senior Risk and Compliance Manager for a leading global multi-family office financial service provider in Jersey. With nearly a decade of experience in risk and compliance, Richard brings his technical expertise in systems and processes to enhance the FIU's transformation into a Tier 1 FIU.

Katie Mundell

Katie Mundell Partner and Group Head of Risk & Compliance, UK & Investments, Stonehage Fleming

Katie is Head of Risk & Compliance responsible for advising the firm on all aspects of risk and compliance within the UK and the Group’s Investment division. She has over 15 years’ experience as a senior compliance professional working with a range of firms including boutique investment firms, global asset managers, hedge fund and wealth managers. Katie joined the Group in November 2020, she has previously worked for Systematica Investments, Lindsell Train and Legg Mason.

Venue: The Royal Yacht, Jersey




8.30 am



Welcomes from:

  • Lisa Springate – Head of Legal and Technical, Jersey Finance
  • George Pearmain – Director of Financial Crime Strategy, Government of Jersey
  • Carel van Randwyck – Head of Impact and Partnerships, Themis.
9.00 am
9.10 am

Keynote speech about the financial crime landscape in the UK, delivered by:

  • Jennie Haslett – Head of FATF and International Branch, Sanctions and Illicit Finance Team of HM

Briefing update from the Jersey FIU and the Jersey Financial Services Commission, delivered by:

  • Richard Mallet – Team Leader, Jersey FIU
  • Caroline Morgan – International and Industry Engagement Coordinator, Jersey Financial Services
9.25 am
9.35 am

Moderated panel discussion with speakers with expertise in UK-related financial crime topics, featuring:

  • Amanda Reilly – Director, Ogier Regulatory Consulting Jersey
  • Jennie Haslett – HM Treasury
  • George Pearmain – Government of Jersey
  • Carel van Randwyck (moderator) – Head of Impact and Partnerships, Themis

Audience Q&A session held under the Chatham House Rule

10.40 am
11.20 am

Closing Remarks 

  • Lisa Springate – Head of Legal and Technical, Jersey Finance
  • George Pearmain – Director of Financial Crime Strategy, Government of Jersey
  • Carel van Randwyck – Head of Impact and Partnerships, Themis.

Event Ends

11.30 am