Clark has extensive experience in working with leading companies to better understand and reduce the impact of fraud, money laundering and terrorist financing. He has been a featured speaker at various conferences in the US, Europe and Asia Pacific. Clark began his career with the FBI investigating organized and financial crime and served as the Assistant Legal Attaché in the US Embassy in Japan. Clark then served in various executive positions with Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank and AIG and as an executive director in EY’s advisory practice. Clark has lead transformation initiatives and investigative teams in banking and insurance focused on AML and KYC operations, Counter Fraud operations, case management systems, and AI and advanced analytics solutions. Prior to Joining Quantexa as the America’s Head of Financial Crime Solutions, Clark worked as an executive at IBM in positions as the global head of AML and Counter Fraud Services in Banking, the Financial Crime Practice Leader for IBM in Japan, and the Financial Crime Solution leader for AML, Sanctions and KYC. Clark has lived 11 years in Japan, 2 years in Singapore and has managed programs and staff across Europe, Asia and the Americas. Clark speaks fluent Japanese and has an MBA from Temple University’s Fox School of Business.