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Managing AML and fraud – A risky business requires a risk-based approach

The panel

  • Adam McLaughlin, Head of Financial Crime, Europe, the Middle East and Africa (Emea), NICE Actimize
  • Gerard Green, Head of Emea Anti-Money Laundering, Invesco
  • Rebecca Marriott, Vice-President of Risk and Compliance, Money Laundering Reporting Officer, Tide
  • Moderator: John Anderson, Contributing Editor, Risk.net

Financial service organisations (FSOs) are expected to meet strict financial crime regulations, regardless of their size. For organisations with smaller budgets and fewer resources, this is increasingly more difficult as regulations, guidelines and threats continue to evolve. Criminals and bad actors have shown sophistication by targeting organisations with vulnerabilities in their controls. 

Regulators are also expecting FSOs to use the risk-based approach to target their anti-money laundering (AML) compliance resources. In addition, the Options Clearing Corporation prescribed a framework for fraud risk management that is strongly aligned to the AML risk management framework. For organisations and their customers to remain protected, it’s imperative to leverage modern technologies and implement programmes that incorporate artificial intelligence, automation and the cloud in a practical manner.

This webinar explores how to meet AML and fraud management obligations while empowering core businesses to remain competitive and innovative.

Key topics discussed:

  • Going beyond checking the boxes for the risk-based approach
  • Reducing the cost of cloud technologies without sacrificing protection
  • The power of collective intelligence for the benefit of one
  • A unified case management system for AML and fraud.
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