Luma is an economist and banking specialist experienced in Financial Crime policy setting and control implementation. She designed and implemented compliance controls at strategic and operational levels working closely with business divisions, industry bodies and regulators to develop shared frameworks and an agreed approach on matters such as de-risking, facilitation of international transactions relating to humanitarian work and sectoral sanctions.
She is particularly experienced in working across functions and boundaries to translate global policies into operational practices supported by appropriate technology. She is active within the RegTech space, mainly focused on new tools to combat Money Laundering.
Luma is a Chevening Scholar and a Fellow at the International Compliance Association. She has a Bachelor in Economics, a Postgraduate Diploma in Fiscal and Monetary Economy and Master’s degree in Banking and International Finance.
She has a keen interest in technology and current affairs and their economic, social and political impact.