Anti-Fraud , Fraud

Tracking the Fraud Evolution

BAE's Trotman on the Trends Shaping Financial Crime
Howard Trotman, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence

From the advent of the ATM to the introduction of EMV, banking institutions have seen a steady evolution of financial services - and fraud. Howard Trotman of BAE Systems Applied Intelligence discusses the fraud evolution.

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Trotman is a Senior Business Solutions Consultant at BAE, and in an interview recorded at ISMG's 2015 Fraud Summit in Toronto, he discusses:

  • The shifting nature of financial crime;
  • Fraud trends that concern him most;
  • How anti-fraud defenses must evolve to keep pace.

Trotman is responsible for implementing and enhancing fraud, anti-money laundering and financial crime products and solutions for clients throughout North America. Before joining the company in 2002, Trotman worked for almost two decades in the financial services industry. In his previous positions, he worked with some of Canada's top financial institutions and service providers, including the, Canada Trust (now part of TD Canada Trust), Equifax and CIBC.

About the Author

Tom Field

Tom Field

Vice President - Editorial, ISMG

Field is an award-winning journalist with over 30 years experience in newspapers, magazines, books, events and electronic media. A veteran community journalist with extensive business/technology and international reporting experience, Field joined ISMG in 2007 and currently oversees the editorial operations for all of ISMG's global media properties. An accomplished public speaker, Field has developed and moderated scores of podcasts, webcasts, roundtables and conferences, and he has appeared at RSA Conference and on various C-SPAN, The History Channel and Travel Channel television programs.

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