New York Chapter of the

Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

The New York Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners sponsors events for our members and guests to help foster the goals of the chapter by educating members and raising awareness of fraud detection and fraud elimination.  Attendees can earn valuable CPE Credits for participating in some of these educational events sponsored by the Chapter.


NYCFE January 29th Meeting, Fraud Patterns and Trends in the Marketplace, 2CPEs

January 29, 2019
8:30 AM EST to 11:00 AM EST
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5 Times Square
NY, NY 10036

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This event has been SOLD OUT!

 We can no longer accept registrations.  Thank you to those who registered - we have an exciting panel discussion planned and look forward to a great meeting!

We will kick off 2019 with our January meeting hosted by EY where we will be discussing Fraud Patterns and Trends in the Marketplace. We will be discussing topics across various industries (e.g. insurance, banking & capital markets) with a representative panel of subject matter advisors. Topics will include emerging threats, recent headlines, and matters of concern from the group.


2 CPE credits will be granted to attendees.


Please join us Tuesday January 29, 2019 at 5 Times Square, from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM; registration & networking begins at 8:30 AM EST.

Breakfast and coffee/tea will be provided.


Panelists include:

Kristin Milchanowski (EY) – Moderator

Keith Andrzejewski (EY)

Rodrigo Guerrero Figueroa (PayPal)

Marlon Surdi (Goldman Sachs)

Brad Morgan (Pindrop)

Nina Zmanovskaya (JP Morgan Chase)


NYCFE Member Price:  $20

Non-NYCFE Members: $35


(NYCFE is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors.)


Panelists biographies:


Rodrigo Figueroa is a Senior Director at PayPal with more than 18 years of experience in Risk Management and 23 years in Financial Services. Rodrigo joined PayPal recently to implement a second line of defense and oversight program for fraud risk management. Previously Rodrigo was the Global Head of Fraud Oversight for Citibank Consumer Banking.  He holds a Masters of Science in Risk Management from the NYU Stern School of Business.


Marlon Surdi is head of Fraud Risk for the Investment Management Operations division at Goldman Sachs. He joined the firm in 2018. Previously, he worked at Citi, Barclays, and Discover in various leadership roles in fraud risk management and analytics for banking products. Marlon earned an MBA from Ross Schools of Business at the University of Michigan and also a BS in Electrical Engineering.


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Brad Morgan is currently a Business Intelligence Lead for Pindrop where he helps companies operationalize Pindrop’s fraud detection technology in the most efficient way possible, trains analysts on detection of fraud in the phone channels, and shares best practices and trends across organizations. Previously, he established the fraud detection team at New York Life Insurance and has worked in online fraud at TD Bank. Brad holds a MS in Forensic Accounting from Florida Atlantic University and has been a CFE for 7.5 years.


Nina Zmanovskaya is a CFE with 12 years of fraud management experience in financial services. She is currently a product manager at Chase Digital, delivering authentication and fraud detection solutions to Risk and Business teams at Chase. Before she joined Chase in 2016, Nina spent 11 years at Citi, managing end-to-end Consumer Fraud function at Citi in Russia and then managing digital authentication policy at Citi in the US.


Kristin Milchanowski is an Executive Director in EY’s IT Advisory Regulatory Compliance Office, leading Compliance and Financial Crimes Analytics. She is responsible for developing and delivering IT and data analytics solutions within the illicit finance domain including cyber, anti-money laundering, sanctions, fraud, and trafficking. Prior to EY, Kristin was the Chief Data Scientist of the Legal and Compliance Division of a major global securities firm and Head of Model Risk Management at a global bank.


Keith Andrzejewski is a New York-based Principal in Ernst & Young’s Advisory Services practice. He has 25 years of experience in helping global financial institutions to counter financial crimes and frauds. He helps the client in designing and customizing fraud detection and prevention programs using efficient and optimal process and technology. He help clients in building real-time fraud detection solution using AI, Analytics and Machine learning across different vendor solutions like NICE Actimize, Brighterion, ThetaRay, Gurdian Analytics. His publications around financial crime, fraud and technology brought new ideas and insights in financial services industry.




$20.00 Member Ticket

$35.00 Non-Member Ticket