The session will outline the technological, forensic, and legal tools available to trace and recover cryptocurrency.
Greg Azeff is a partner in the Restructuring group at Miller Thomson LLP in Toronto, Canada. Greg has worked with businesses from a wide range of industries including banking & financial services, securities, information technology, blockchain & cryptocurrencies, mining, automotive manufacturing, entertainment, media & publishing, commercial aviation and construction. Greg has acted in some of the largest and most complex restructurings in Canada, and has played a lead role in a number of international cases involving jurisdictions in the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia.
Matt is the Co-Founder and Practice Leader with The AML Shop. He is an internationally recognized expert in anti-money laundering, counter-terrorist financing, and sanctions. He has been assisting financial institutions to assess and reduce financial crime and related regulatory risks for over fifteen years.
Matt has served as an advisor to Canadian and foreign governments on the development of their laws and financial intelligence functions and as a consultant to the UN office on Drugs and Crime.
He is an instructor of numerous ACAMS courses, including those on Trade Based Money Laundering. He is also the author, peer reviewer, and instructor of the ACAMS sanctions course and an instructor for the University of Toronto’s Master of Forensic Accounting program.
Matt recently became Certified as a Cryptocurrency Investigator and has added the CCI (Certified Cryptocurrency Investigator) to his list of designations.