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Improving efficiency and your financial crime compliance programme

The panel

  • Matt Michaud, Senior vice-president, global technology solutions, financial crime advisory, AML RightSource
  • Chuck Taylor, Executive vice-president, financial crime advisory, AML RightSource
  • Jayati Chaudhury, Independent senior compliance and risk executive

The financial crime landscape is constantly evolving, and organisations are facing increasing pressure to stay compliant with rapidly changing regulations and combat financial crime effectively. At the same time, organisations must balance the need for compliance with the imperative to maintain operational efficiency and manage costs.

Our panel of financial crime compliance experts discusses innovative solutions and best practices for streamlining compliance processes, improving data quality and leveraging technology to enhance effectiveness, and offers strategies for improving efficiency in fincrime compliance programmes.

The webinar also explores the benefits of adopting a risk-based approach to fincrime compliance, allocating resources efficiently and proportionately to areas with the highest risk exposure.

Topics discussed:

  • The role of automation and advanced analytics in streamlining compliance tasks and improving efficiency
  • Strategies for improving data quality and leveraging data to identify risks more accurately
  • The benefits of a risk-based approach to fincrime compliance, including risk assessment methodologies and ongoing monitoring
  • Innovations in fincrime compliance, including the use of artificial intelligence, blockchain and other emerging technologies
  • Best practices for integrating compliance functions, breaking down silos and leveraging technology to support integration
  • Strategies for promoting a culture of compliance, including training and development initiatives and the role of leadership in driving cultural change
  • Effective implementation and maintenance of fincrime models.

The panellists offer valuable insights and practical advice on improving efficiency in fincrime compliance programmes, providing a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing fincrime compliance professionals today, and the strategies for staying ahead of the curve.

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