Webinar series

Adapt to changing customer behaviour faster and mitigate AML risks

Listen to our thought leaders as they help you navigate complex challenges and emerging risks in the AML/CFT space, alongside sharing real-life experience to deploy and operationalize new technologies in compliance space.

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Remodeling AML/CFT program with New Technology in COVID-19 and Beyond

May 18, 2020

Overview: Webinar 1

Remodeling AML/CFT program with New Technology in COVID-19 and Beyond

Time: June 9, 2020,

11:00am ET

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The coronavirus pandemic has caused drastic changes in banking customer behavior and has given criminals new ways to generate and launder money. Such a shift in behavior has increased complications in the current AML/CFT program and financial institutions are finding it difficult to balance the evolving compliance demands with core business operations. New technology such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) can prepare FIs for disruptions across the detection of suspicious cases and their disposition.

In this webinar, our expert speakers will discuss:

  • Impact of COVID-19 and the changes required in current AML/CFT process to address the emerging threat
  • Several coronavirus-specific scams and use cases with suggestions on improved detection abilities
  • Watch items for screening and provide guidelines to better monitor and report potential positive hits
  • Alerts triaging in an automated and efficient way to manage file BSA reports within mandated timeframe

Speakers

Arin Ray

Senior Analyst, Celent

Arin expert in risk and compliance operations in capital markets, Arin speaks and publishes extensively on regulatory and technology trends in trade and communication surveillance, Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) related issues.

Michael Slover

Former Senior Compliance Officer (Goldman Sachs)

Michael is a risk and control executive with proven leadership in compliance risk management, anti-money laundering (BSA/AML), and audit and testing. He has demonstrated talent implementing effective compliance solutions in numerous global financial services firms.


Crossing the AI Chasm in AML/CFT

May 18, 2020

Overview: Webinar 2

Crossing the AI Chasm in AML/CFT

Time: June 23, 2020,

11:00am ET

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The COVID-19 crisis has accelerated the digital transformation plans across financial institutions to provide customers with a frictionless experience. This calls for adjustments in the current AML/CFT program framework to account for new patterns of criminal behavior and better address emerging money laundering risks. With the banking ecosystem redefined, many banks agree that artificial intelligence (AI) can help build an agile AML system resilient to market and regulatory changes, but for some, deploying AI is complicated, unknown, and more expensive than it might seem.

Listen to our distinguished industry experts as they debunk the myths surrounding AI implementation in AML programs and help

  • Achieve scale and quicker time-to-value for AML compliance systems
  • Improve AML detection and risk coverage with generalized AI models
  • Move away from Blackbox AI to Glassbox AI
  • Adapt to changing market conditions with a self-learning framework

Federated Learning: Bringing Together Industry’s AML Intelligence

May 18, 2020

Overview: Webinar 3

Federated Learning: Bringing Together Industry’s AML Intelligence

Time: July 7, 2020,

11:00am ET

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The global pandemic has affected all of us and has given us a reality check to adapt to any change and continue business as usual. As countries across the world experiment and reshape how we work and live, still AML practitioners and financial institutions are required to maintain a safe and sound Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) program. Integrating AI-powered AML systems to enhance risk coverage and improve operational efficiency is just the beginning. The future lies in sharing AML wisdom, giving equal footing to all banks and stopping the bad actors together.

Join our distinguished panel of experts as they discuss:

  • The need to move away from rules-driven, siloed AML programs designed for individual countries, product lines and customer segments.
  • The need to have a 360-degree view of a customer and activity footprint
  • The need to collaborate and share money laundering patterns in a privacy-preserved manner

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