Andrew Rudd is an Associate Director (Team Lead/Senior Intelligence Officer) for Standard Chartered Bank’s Financial Crime Intelligence Unit. He and his team focus on conducting in-depth intelligence analysis of global anti-money laundering and terrorist financing risks. At SCB Andrew is routinely called upon to investigate complex money laundering networks, terrorist financing, financial threat actors, cyber-enabled financial crime, virtual currency risks, and sanctions evasion schemes.
Prior to joining SCB Andrew worked as a Senior Investigator at the Bank of New York Mellon Corporation within their Legal Investigations Department conducting complex investigations related to cybercrime, information security concerns, and other significant fraud matters.
Additionally, prior to moving to the private sector Andrew was a police officer for 12 years in the UK. During his service he focused on criminal intelligence, covert investigation, criminal finances, and proactive counterterrorism roles. In 2013 he took a five year sabbatical from the Metropolitan Police Service to move to the US.
Andrew obtained the ACAMS’ Advanced Certification in Financial Crimes Investigations (CAMS-FCI) and produced a white paper focusing on the use of open source intelligence and cyber-related information to disrupt illicit financial networks.