More NewsBarclays’ Financial Crime Director Joins Ernst & Young’s Financial Crime Team

Barclays' Financial Crime Director Joins Ernst & Young's Financial Crime Team

Jon Harvey, the former group financial crime director of Barclays Bank, has joined Ernst & Young as director in the financial services financial crime team. Harvey worked at Barclays for five years and was responsible for leading key financial crime functions including anti-money laundering, fraud management, corporate security, and the financial crime intelligence unit. In previous roles, he headed JP Morgan’s technology risk management and was also technical support manager for Greater Manchester Police. In addition to being a member of the International High Technology Crime Investigation Association, Harvey also holds a MSc in Information Security, a MSc in Management and Information Technology, and professional qualifications in security, audit, and risk and change management.

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