Suzanne Lynch has extensive experience in risk analysis, fraud control implementation and investigations in the financial services industry. Formerly vice president for security and risk management at MasterCard Worldwide, she has held fraud management positions at Goldman Sachs and Comerica Bank. At Comerica Bank, Professor Lynch had responsibilities for electronic banking fraud for both retail and corporate payments.

At Goldman Sachs, she implemented fraud control procedures for retail accounts associated with online brokerage accounts. At MasterCard, one of her many diverse responsibilities included conducting Fraud Operations reviews on banks to determine the levels of existing fraud controls, global fraud investigations and third party processing system risk controls.

As Professor of Practice in Economic Crimes at Utica College, she was named Director of the Economic Crime Management program in 2010. Professor Lynch teaches in both the undergraduate and graduate economic crime programs.

Professor Lynch holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Wayne State University and a master’s in Economic Crime Management from Utica College.