An open community of experts, professionals, and innovators helping companies devise risk and compliance (R&C) strategies for a more resilient digital future.
We’re bringing together the most revolutionary minds to help tech companies prepare for emerging cyber and financial crime and adapt to changing risk & compliance regulations
Financial crimes expert and Director of The Dark Money Files
Senior Vice President at Kroll
Learn what the leading minds in the R&C industry are focusing on
Skip the cliches and dive deep into the real issues around risk and compliance
Get an insider view on how leading companies tackle the toughest R&C challenges
Connect with industry leaders and find new opportunities to fortify your risk & compliance strategy
Enjoy craft cocktails, a great wine selection and a delicious light-fare menu
Join us digitally or in-person for the first in a series of Sumsub mastermind gatherings
Space is limited, and we consider each application on an individual basis. Once approved, you will get a confirmation via email.
If you happen to have any specific questions, you can submit them beforehand using the form, and we’ll be sure to answer them during the session.
How can tech businesses maintain a robust risk management framework that adapts to disruption?
Join Graham Barrow and fearless compliance practitioners sharing valuable and business-critical insights to respond to upcoming regulation reform, deal with ever-increasing AML & financial crime threats, and encourage a culture of resilience across R&C teams in your company.
“Exploring Companies House — how to identify the scams, the shams, the crooks, and the clones”
The home of brave innovation
The Hub is run by Sumsub — a cyber-security company that helps businesses stay compliant with different regulations worldwide, steer clear of fraud and verify clients easily with holistic KYC/AML and anti-fraud solutions.
In response to COVID-19, our team is continuing to monitor the latest UK government guidance to ensure we are up to speed on all appropriate safety measures. By moving to an admission control model where attendees will be asked to demonstrate a full vaccination record, recent negative test result, or recent recovery certificate (unless exempt), we can reduce the likelihood of the virus being present at the event.