Rob Horton

Rob Horton
Account Director, Financial Crime Solutions 

Rob Horton is Account Director, Financial Crime Solutions at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, and has 15 years’ experience helping large institutions with data analytics, fraud and financial crime prevention, cyber security and compliance. His work helps clients to tackle issues such as money laundering, terror financing and fraud. 
At BAE Systems, Rob works with clients in banking, insurance and across government, shaping solutions to detect and manage risk, and ensure regulatory compliance. He advises organisations on building effective and efficient financial crime programmes, the use of advanced analytics, and how to make threat-led investment decisions in cyber security.
Rob began his career at Applied Intelligence as head of Government Products for NetReveal, where he worked with UK and overseas government departments and agencies to prevent tax fraud and combat money laundering. More recently, he has worked with leading financial institutions and financial market infrastructures to successfully deliver major transformation programmes. Rob holds a Masters in Mathematics from Cambridge University and later attended the Judge Business School.
“I’m really proud to play a role in reducing the harm caused to society by financial crime. By better using data and new technologies, we can more accurately detect and prevent criminals from exploiting the financial system. There’s nothing more satisfying to our teams than helping a client use technology to successfully prevent a crime taking place, or to disrupt the activity of criminal groups.
“The banking sector is going through massive transformation as a result of new technologies and innovation in digital customer experiences. This comes with its own challenges, but the financial institutions leading the pack will be those who keep pace with this transformation, improving customer experiences and reducing operating costs, while actually improving their protection against financial crime and cyber crime.”

Ask Rob about:

The bank of the future, the use of advanced analytics and secure cloud technology adoption, and how to disrupt criminal activity with data.