Greg Peckham


Greg Peckham is a Managing Director with Exiger, a global regulatory and financial crime, risk and compliance company, where he heads the firm’s Managed Services practice and Global Advisory Solutions Operations. In this role, Greg is responsible for building and leading Exiger’s Managed Services practice, as well as overseeing global operations for Exiger’s consulting business. Prior to this role, he helped establish the firm’s global Remediation & Look-back group. Mr. Peckham joined Exiger from K2 Intelligence, LLC, where he was a Director in the firm’s AML & Regulatory Compliance practice. In this role, he oversaw projects involving remediation, tuning, and program reviews within the financial services market.

Prior to his time at K2, Mr. Peckham was a Vice President and Senior Manager in the Financial Intelligence Unit of the Royal Bank of Scotland Americas. There, he maintained an intelligence gathering program, and advised the division head on financial crime and compliance.

During his career, Mr. Peckham was also a Senior Investigator and Vice President in the Investigations & Analysis Group at BNP Paribas Corporate & Investment Bank. Before BNP Paribas, Mr. Peckham worked at LexisNexis Risk Solutions in various client facing roles. He was also a Senior Investigator at the Bank of New York, where he conducted due diligence investigations for the firm’s various divisions. He began his career at NFC Global as an Investigator. Mr. Peckham is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), and formerly held a FINRA series 7 license. Mr. Peckham holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economic Crime Investigation from Utica College of Syracuse University.

Mr. Dennis Dayman has more than 30 years of experience working on security/privacy issues, data governance issues, and protecting and improving data through industry policy, regulatory policy relations, and technical solutions. Currently, he is the Chief Privacy and Security Officer for Maropost. Previously, he was Return Path’s Chief Privacy and Security Officer the twas acquired by Validity and previously to Return Path, he was Eloqua’s Chief Privacy and Security Officer which was acquired by Oracle for $871 Million dollars in 2012 and is now the centerpiece of Oracle’s marketing cloud.

He was appointed by Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Nielsen to the Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee (DPIAC) that provides input to DHS on programmatic, policy, operational, administrative and technical issues that relate to personal identifiable information, as well as data integrity and other privacy-related matters. Also appointed as a U.S. Delegate for the U.S. Technical Advisory Group (TAG) within International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and American National Standards Institute (ANSI) supporting work on ISO/PC 317: Consumer protection: privacy by design for consumer goods and services.

Dennis is the co-author of Startup CXO: A Field Guide to Scaling Up Your Company’s Critical Functions and Teams at and is a longstanding member of several boards and advisory committees within the advertising and messaging industry. Dennis is also an IAPP CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPT, IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy, and Ponemon Institute Fellow. Dennis is always actively involved in creating current Internet and digital communication regulations, privacy/security policies and anti-spam legislation laws for state and federal governments. He also sits on several advisory boards for Internet companies and is also a partner, mentor, and frequent investor in start-ups, mentorship-driven micro seed funds, and startup accelerators. He holds a B.A. in Criminal Justice from Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas.


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