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About the free webinar series

Similar to compliance, fraud teams will soon find themselves on regulators’ radar. We’ve already seen this via the Digital Services Act in the EU, which requires transparency reports on details such as types of policy abuses and number of accounts banned. Previously, this information rarely left your company — are you prepared to subject your work to regulatory scrutiny? Join this webinar to learn how to get ahead of the regulatory curve with strategies you can adopt today to save yourself future operational headaches and catch more fraud. 

Here's what you'll learn:

The convergence of fraud and compliance functions will only accelerate in 2024 and beyond, pushed by payments and anti-money laundering regulations alike.
Transparency reports (example) can provide a roadmap for fraud teams in the likely event that they’ll be reporting on their own efforts soon.
Recommendations for driving cross-functional alignment between fraud and compliance teams, leveraging shared data.

Your presenters:

Jeff Sakasegawa

Jeff Sakasegawa

Trust &

Safety Architect


Jeff Sakasegawa is Persona’s Trust & Safety Architect. With over a decade of experience in the Trust & Safety space across companies such as Google, Facebook, Square, and Sift, Jeff is an expert on Risk Management and Compliance. He is passionate about ensuring safe online experiences for all users.


Pamela Calaquian

US Partner

Semantic Visions

Pamela is a Financial Crimes Compliance Leader with extensive experience in regulatory compliance focusing on
Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering (BSA/AML), Fraud and Sanctions. She recently joined Semantic Visions as
a US Partner to help the company scale its US presence. Semantic Visions is an analytics company specializing in
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning building world class risk detection products and services.


Ryan Hunter

Director of Identity and Fraud Strategy

Bilt Rewards

Since 2016 Ryan has worked in fraud prevention at fintechs with a focus on application fraud. Over his career he has reviewed over 50,000 applications and designed fraud strategies for more than 12 unique credit card programs. He now works for Bilt Rewards building out fraud and identity strategy across card, loyalty, and payments.

Ronald Prätsch

Ronald Praetsch


& Fraud Fighter

About Fraud

Ronald leverages his extensive experience in payments & fraud to inform the structure and content of the site. Outside of About-Fraud, Ronald consults regularly with merchants, payment service providers and fraud solution vendors. Before About-Fraud, he spent close to a decade in various payments and fraud prevention roles at Sift Science, Fareportal, Booking.com and Pay.On in both Europe and North America.