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Paul Dunlop


Paul Dunlop joined Fraud Doctor in 2018. He is a high performing executive with 30-years of diverse experience across the financial crimes domain acquired during roles in Europe and North America with impactful accomplishments in both the financial services industry and law enforcement field. He specializes in making fraud, cyber & financial crimes programs a business competitive advantage, synthesizing complex regulatory requirements and frameworks into integrated value-add strategies, programs, and solutions.
Using advisory expertise, thought leadership and broad collaboration, he has created industry-leading achievements for employers, their partners and clients across fraud, cyber and financial crime risk management. His private industry experience has seen him cycle between both strategic and operational leadership roles, most recently leading Citi’s global fraud management efforts, including the transformation of its fraud management policies and framework, with associated responsibility for the company’s Identity Theft FACTA Program.
Dunlop has held progressive leadership roles across corporate security, investigations and risk management with his early financial services career focused on designing AML, enhanced due diligence, employment background screening, intelligence & analytics, and operations & technology programs in corporate security. He has also conducted major corporate investigations (e.g. “Panama Papers”), and led transformative initiatives as diverse as fraud risk assessment, enterprise case management, cross border privacy, and the adaptation of systemic root cause methodologies for fraud and operational risk.
Dunlop is passionate about the importance of learning and professional development in fraud risk management, having built enterprise training for employees and corporate clients alike, pioneering professional development models for corporate security professionals. He serves on advisory boards at the University of South Florida’s College of Education and MUMA School of Business in the design of cyber education for executives and practitioners.
In addition, Dunlop is an appointed board member for the LexisNexis Fraud Defense Network Advisory Board and an advisor to the Identity Theft Resource Center data breach committee.