A former executive for the world’s largest brewer who championed the use of machine learning to help companies detect and prevent employee misconduct is joining the Justice Department to help fight white-collar crime.
Matt Galvin, Anheuser-Busch InBev SA’s former global compliance chief, will join the Justice Department’s fraud section in Washington on Monday, a department spokesman said.
In a newly created position, he will work as the section’s resident compliance and big data expert, advising prosecutors on the policies and procedures that companies put in place to stop employees from violating laws or internal policies.
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