Timothy Goodrick

Director, Forensic

KPMG Australia

Tim is a Director in KPMG’s financial crime practice where he specialises in leading projects to design and implement effective systems to combat financial crime, with a focus on financial crime transformation. Tim works with clients in the financial and gaming sectors across the financial crime ecosystem including customer due diligence, transaction monitoring, targeted operating models, technology, data, remediation, and sanctions.

Tim joined KPMG in 2019 from the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) where he spent 5 years based in France and South Korea. At the FATF, Tim led projects to develop policy on beneficial ownership, anti-corruption and virtual assets, and assessed countries against the FATF standards. Most recently, Tim was the acting Director at the FATF’s Training and Research Institute in South Korea. Prior to joining the FATF, Tim worked in the Australian Government (2007-2012) as the Director of Financial Crime at the Australian Attorney-General’s Department, and previously at AUSTRAC in policy and compliance.

Tim has represented Australia and the FATF internationally in various international fora, including at the FATF, G20, OECD, United Nations, Asia-Pacific Group, and the Basel Committee.

  • Basel 4
  • Financial Services
  • Financial Services transformation
  • Financial regulatory reform
  • National Markets
  • Risk analytics
  • Master of Laws (Criminal Justice and Criminology), University of NSW (2007)

  • Bachelor of Laws, Macquarie University (2004)

  • Bachelor of Business Administration, Macquarie University (2004)

  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, College of Law (2005)

  • Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist, Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS)