Mark DiMarzio leads the Fraud Surveillance, Response, and Controls function within Fidelity’s Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU), which covers all of Fidelity’s client-facing business. In his current role, Mark is responsible for fraud surveillance and response systems, processes and controls, and works closely with the FIU’s Cyber, AML and fraud investigations teams. Prior to his current role, Mark was the leader of the Fidelity Workplace Investing’s fraud, AML, OFAC, and privacy incident response functions. He has been responsible for fraud controls in Fidelity’s Personal & Workplace Investing divisions for over ten years. Mark has broad experience within risk management including anti-money laundering, US Sanctions, privacy, records management, business continuity, vendor risk management, risk assessment, metrics and reporting.
Prior to his time spent working within Workplace Investing and FIU, Mark spent time managing a team of Anti-Money Laundering analysts; working in Fidelity’s Stock Plan Services group and began his career as a front-line phone representative placing trades for Fidelity’s retail clients. Mark joined Fidelity in 1999, after spending a few years in an effort to become a professional golfer.
Mr. DiMarzio received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Florida Southern College. Mark holds his FINRA Series 4, 7, and 9/10 licenses.