Suzanne Lampow-Bernard is a Managing Director in FTI Consulting’s Data & Analytics practice and is based in Toronto. Ms. Lampow-Bernard has more than 20 years experience in large global dispute resolution, litigation, investigation, insolvency/administration business transformation and risk assurance.
Ms. Lampow-Bernard has more than 13 years financial services experience focused on AML/Sanctions risk management as well as business/IT risk assurance. Her client’s range across financial services, insurance, oil & gas, power utilities, shipping, health, pharmaceuticals, transportation, retail and entertainment industries globally.
· Ms. Lampow-Bernard lead Sanctions compliance review for an international financial institution in support of investigations into concerns over AML and Sanctions compliance controls.
· Ms. Lampow-Bernard’s development of tools and analytics consolidating loan and payment data to facilitate investigations for fraud proceedings related to embezzlement and laundering schemes in excess of USD$2bn from an international bank.
· Ms. Lampow-Bernard lead a global team to identify, retain and document key data from over 2700 globally located applications that managed the books and records of an international investment bank in accordance with the UK Insolvency Act, International Transborder Data Protection laws, Tax and other Regulatory laws. This data was used to respond to litigation, regulatory and compliance inquiries.
· Furthermore, she lead analytics for a royalty contract compliance review that uncovered over USD$2.8M of unpaid royalties over a 2-year period for an aircraft manufacturer.
· Reverse-engineered a complex investment claims model to facilitate settlement of approximately CAD$75M to disputing parties.
· Lead the implementation of a Global AML Risk List Management function for a financial institution. This covered customer, payment, trade and transaction screening lists sourced externally and internally. It included jurisdictional privacy and security of sensitive data, systems design and implementation to address regulator and internal audit deficiencies.