Nathan Lynch is an experienced writer, public speaker, manager and technology enthusiast in the field of financial regulation and risk management. At Thomson Reuters, Nathan leads a team of experts who provide breaking news, deep analysis and practical guidance to risk practitioners in the global financial services sector.
Nathan manages Thomson Reuters’ award-winning Regulatory Intelligence team across the Asia-Pacific region, tracking developments in financial services law, regulation, financial crime and risk management.
Nathan has been involved in building innovative, tech-based businesses in the financial services “regtech” sector — including Complinet Australia and the Thomson Reuters Risk business.
The Australian financial conduct regulator is forging ahead with world-first rules to govern digital assets, including complex crypto tokens that allow for decentralised control in place of traditional boards.
The Australian anti-money laundering regulator has urged reporting entities to review their risk assessments and compliance controls in the context of two new reports from the Financial Action Task Force (FATF)
The recent ACAMS Australia conference gave financial crime practitioners an unprecedented level of detail about the strategic decision-making and policy issues behind the record A$1.3 billion
Westpac anti-money laundering litigation.