Anne Green

Anne is an expert in regulatory financial crime and fraud risk strategies.  Anne obtained her knowledge and experience through senior and global management positions in the banking, insurance, law enforcement and technology industries.

Anne spent 14 years at HSBC, many of those years in fraud risk, investigations and operations, leading investigations and criminal prosecutions for commercial card acquiring. During her time at HSBC, Anne was seconded to work with the police in establishing the Dedicated Cheque and Plastic Card Unit (DCPCU). It marks a significant milestone for a non-law enforcement individual to collaborate with the police in the investigation of financial crimes. 

Following her tenure at Experian as the Director of Innovation and Fraud Solutions Strategy, where she also served as the lead media spokesperson for fraud-related matters, Anne transitioned to The Royal Bank of Scotland, contributing her expertise to the group’s risk and security division. Subsequently, she entered the insurance sector, assuming a leadership position at Bupa International, where she spearheaded efforts in combating financial crime. Anne later served as the Head of Fraud at Aviva, where she played a pivotal role in developing a comprehensive fraud strategy across underwriting and claims operations.

Anne has previously served as an independent consultant with the law firm Eversheds Sutherland, where she collaborated in areas of regulatory financial crime before transitioning to their in-house programme director, overseeing the establishment of Konexo – Eversheds Sutherland’s stand-alone consultancy arm. Anne has worked as a programme director with DAC Beachcroft on an internal project and with Tokio Marine Insurance on a financial crime remedial project.