Elizabeth Goodbody

Advisor, Forensics and Security Services, PwC Indonesia

Elizabeth has been with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) for over 35 years. She originally established the Forensics practice for PwC Indonesia in 2000 and led that practice in Jakarta for almost 5 years. She returned to Australia and was based in Sydney having direct responsibility for providing anti-money laundering (AML) assistance to clients across the financial services and other sectors including “gatekeeper” sectors such as Real Estate, Accountants, Lawyers, bullion/precious metal dealers and others. She continued to practice more broadly in the Forensics field assisting clients in both the government and non government sectors with fraud and corruption/bribery prevention, detection and investigation. More recently Elizabeth assisted FinTech companies in relation to AML and related regulatory obligations, dealing with more digitally focussed mechanisms for attracting and on-boarding new customers. She has also assisted clients with investigations and enhancements to cyber security following cyber-attacks.

Elizabeth returned to Jakarta at the beginning of 2013 to lead the Forensics and Security Services (F&SS) practice for a second time. Elizabeth has experience working in Australia, US, Canada, UK, Philippines, Ireland, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia. She has also assisted clients with AML compliance requirements in New Zealand. Elizabeth is responsible for many thought leadership projects and is a regular speaker on AML, Sanctions, fraud, FATCA, corruption and foreign bribery prevention and detection at various national and international training sessions, seminars and conferences across the Asian region.

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