Robert Goldfinger
Robert Goldfinger has joined BAE Systems in its Applied Intelligence business unit based in Raleigh N.C. as a Global Expert Financial Crimes Solutions. Robert will focus on financial institution relationship enhancement to support go-to-market sales and marketing strategy in North America, for BAE Systems’ banking solutions within financial crimes, risk, compliance and fraud.
Goldfinger comes to BAE Systems with nearly three decades of leadership experience in both the public and private sectors. This experience includes leadership roles at technology companies, a financial institution and a government agency. He brings a unique combination of management expertise, operational and investigation leadership across business environments requiring both technology and investigative solutions.
Steve Moskowski, Head of Sales USA and Canada at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence said:
I am truly excited to welcome Robert to the BAE Systems team. He is a highly talented and proven leader, holding multiple executive management roles at leading companies. Robert’s breadth of experience and proven ability to design both operational and technical approaches to enhance risk, fraud and compliance programs for financial institutions will make him a valuable addition to the Applied Intelligence team.”
Robert Goldfinger commented:
“I am delighted to join a premier company like BAE Systems, home to a fantastic team in North America. Financial institutions face continuous and ever-changing challenges in the effort to curtail financial crime. Regulatory compliance requirements in combination with internal and external mandates require bank leaders to choose and deploy technology solutions that enable the financial institution to address the challenges, and meet and exceed their business requirements. BAE Systems solutions provide the answer for these critical needs.”
To address a pressing issue currently facing financial institutions, BAE Systems has published a new report which investigates the internal silos and divisions within banks that criminals are able to exploit. The report, Problem Shared, Problem Solved, addresses the problem of siloed cyber, fraud and compliance groups and provides a step-by-step guide to help create more effective teams that pass the right intelligence at the right time between themselves and present coherent, actionable information back to the business they protect and support.
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Nick Haigh, BAE Systems
M: +44 (0) 7525 390982
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M: 717-982-0033

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Problem Shared. Problem Solved.

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