Koen Juffermans (1972) has been working at BusinessForensics since September 2019 as Business Development manager. He started his career at the Royal Netherlands Border Police (Koninklijke Marechaussee) and, via Eindhoven and The Hague, worked the longest period of this employment at Schiphol. He has gained knowledge of police and criminal investigations in various positions. In 2006 Koen made the switch to a financial institution where he was involved in various coordinating and managerial positions in fraud, cyber crime and money laundering investigations. Both from an operational level, as well as from a tactical and strategic level. At this financial institution, Koen also got to know BusinessForensics from his responsibility for the implementation of the “Special Investigations” solution.
From his position as Business Development Manager, Koen is able to introduce financial institutions and insurers in the intricacies between the operational aspect of fraud and money laundering, the associated risks and being compliant with the relevant rules and regulations. He is constantly looking for solutions in the diversity of those processes. Finding efficiency in this is something that he always mentions. “I don’t want to know what it can do, I want to know what it can do less,” was Koen’s first reaction ever to BusinessForensics. The principle of thinking big but starting small fits him perfectly. From this perspective, Koen is an excellent sparring partner for financial institutions and insurers in finding solutions for compliance and integrity risks.
“Thinking big but starting small means that you are not looking for what the product can do, but looking at what can be done.”