Payment fraud. Account takeovers. Money laundering. Clever financial criminals have many ways to profit from their victims.
Elizabeth Cronan serves as Vice President of Government Relations for GeoComply, where she leads federal regulatory, policy and advocacy initiatives focused on driving awareness of the value of authentic geolocation data for fraud prevention, digital identity and strengthening AML/KYC processes. Prior to joining GeoComply, Elizabeth served as the Senior Director of Gaming Policy for the American Gaming Association (AGA), where she led the AGA’s policy and regulatory affairs agenda. Elizabeth previously was Director of Global Government Relations and Public Affairs at International Game Technology (IGT). Prior to joining IGT, Elizabeth was head of the U.S. Legal and Research Division for Gambling Compliance, a business intelligence provider based in London and Washington, D.C. Elizabeth is a graduate of the College of St. Benedict – St. John’s University and William Mitchell College of Law, and was admitted to the Minnesota Bar in 2008.