A former Al-Qaida member who became a British spy is set to provide a unique view on the changing threat of terror financing. Aimen Dean will discussManaging the risks and security threats of mobile payments at PayExpo Europe, a major payments event taking place 7 & 8 June at London’s ExCel.
Aimen's first-hand experience of Islamist terrorist groups will provide unparalleled insight into the changing threat of terror financing. An expert on jihadist movements and radical Islam, Aimen has a unique perspective on the rise of the jihadist movement from the 1990s to mid 2000s, having witnessed conflicts in Bosnia, Afghanistan, the Caucuses and the southern Philippines.
Robert Evans co-founder of FINTRAIL, a financial crime solutions consultancy, will join Aimen to deliver the session, taking place at 11.30am on 7 June, which forms part of PayExpo Europe’s comprehensive conference and dedicated stream on security, authentication and biometrics.
The comprehensive two day conference at PayExpo Europe will feature expert speakers from leading organisations including PayPal UK, Western Union, Financial Fraud Action UK, the British Retail Consortium, the Digital Currency Council, the Emerging Payments Association, the Bitcoin Foundation, The National Bank of Oman and the Financial Conduct Authority.
Delegates can also meet market leaders such as Amazon, allpay Card Services, The Bancorp, Worldpay, FIS, Tieto, Currency Cloud, Web Shield, Carta Worldwide and Compass Plus at the event’s exhibition.
PayExpo Europe attracts over 2,000 visitors from retailers, banks, MNOs, gaming operators, government and local authorities, transport operators and solution providers. At this event in London, the FinTech capital of the world, delegates can share insight, best practice and innovation about the future of payments and transaction technology and their impact on global commerce.