Prior to joining GFI, Ms. Kumar was a lawyer and policy professional in India, working with governments and regulatory agencies across South Asia, East Africa, and Eurasia to investigate money laundering and terrorist financing risks to their financial systems. Her prior work includes drafting legislation to identify beneficial ownership for the financial sector in India, assessing and evaluating the robustness of the securities market in the Eurasian region for the Eurasian Group on Combating Money Laundering (EAG), and conducting investigations on sovereign wealth funds, procurement procedures, and other off-shore investment entities for fraud and terrorist financing risks. She received a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School at Tufts University, and a B.A, LL.B from the NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad, India.
A Look Back Jan 26
Thought Leader's Year in Review - Top Trends and Events from Top Minds
After a year when "unprecedented" was used… well, an unprecedented number of times, there's a lot of unpacking still left to do for financial crime professionals. Join us for the kickoff of the Summit, as thought leaders from compliance roles, the public sector and advocacy groups reflect on a singular year and give lessons learned to carry into 2021. The session will explore the long-term changes to financial crime compliance programs spurred by the global pandemic, key risk areas and trends among bad actors, and regulatory and policy developments over the past year, among other topics. Come with your questions and join the conversation!