Norkom Technologies has appointed Cyndi Eggers as principal consultant for fraud and compliance solutions. She will work with services delivery teams to plan and implement cross-enterprise fraud and risk management solutions for the company’s client base of Tier 1 financial institutions. A 30-year veteran of the financial services industry, Eggers has been a specialist in financial crime, compliance, and operational risk for over 16 years, most recently as first vice president and manager of enterprise fraud management at Washington Mutual Bank (WaMu). Her expertise in operational risk management enabled WaMu to be the first bank to become Basel-compliant in operational risk. She also co-ordinated and implemented several enterprise-wide programmes that reduced consumer fraud. Before joining WaMu, Eggers held a variety of roles with Atlanta-based SunTrust Banks and rose to the post of senior vice president and operational risk officer.
Eggers graduated with honours from Berry College. She is a certified public accountant, a certified risk professional and a chartered bank auditor, and recently served on the BITS Fraud Steering Committee.
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