Peter Lilley's Biography
Peter Lilley has over twenty years’ international investigations, anti-money laundering (AML) and fraud prevention experience. He holds a BA (Hons.) cum laude degree, is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers (by examination and ten years subsequent banking experience), a Certified Fraud Examiner, a member of the Institute of Professional Investigators and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He has extensive and wide ranging career experience gained from various positions including thirteen years as the head of fraud and AML prevention with one of the United Kingdom’s largest financial institutions.
Proximal Consulting, now in its seventh year of operation, was established by Peter Lilley in 1999 to provide clients with expert professional advice on a global basis in the critical areas of Money Laundering and Business Crime Mitigation. The firm offers a full range of relevant services including due diligence checks, AML services, asset tracing & recovery, investigations and education & training.
Peter also acts as an adviser to various blue chip companies and individuals in respect of anti-money laundering, business crime prevention and corporate integrity issues.
Peter Lilley has frequently been described as "a leading expert" in these fields. He has been quoted in, or written articles for publications such as the Daily Mail, The Observer, Sunday Business, the Sunday Express, International Finance magazine, White Collar Crime Fighter, PC Home, Director magazine, Accountancy Age and the Financial Times. He has appeared on various radio and TV channels including BBC TV, BBC Radio 4, BBC Five Live, BBC World Service, numerous BBC local radio stations, CNN, Australian Radio and Canadian Public Broadcasting Radio.
He has also written widely on these subjects: "Dirty Dealing: The Untold Truth About Global Money Laundering" and "Hacked, Attacked & Abused: Digital crime exposed", published by Kogan Page in September 2002.