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Regulators and legislators have been requiring banks to detect and prevent money-laundering for many years. But in recent decades, financial institutions have faced unprecedented regulatory pressure to implement robust and effective anti-money laundering (AML) procedures.
AML compliance is a resource-intensive practice and there is substantial risk involved in failing to report suspicious activity.
Financial institutions are therefore seeking more effective and efficient methods to detect and report suspected money laundering.
FinCrime Focus: Anti-Money Laundering is a one-day livestream event looking in-depth at AML in 2022.
The event will bring together industry leaders and AML experts to provide with professionals actionable, up-to-date advice on how to tackle money-laundering in an efficient and compliant way.
“Forget binging on Netflix; I spent two days glued to my laptop, furiously scribbling notes as the speakers delved into the reality of the FinCrime world, and laid out their hopes for the future. Insightful, inspiring, and informative. My alarm is set for the next one!”
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FinCrime Focus: Anti-Money Laundering Agenda
|BST||Wednesday 4th May 2022|
Getting to Grips With The Complex Web of Financial Crime
The modern financial crime landscape is complex, international and evolving. FinCrime Focus: Anti-Money Laundering will begin with an overview of the current state of financial crime and consider where AML fits in.
Outlook for FinCrime and AML in 2022: What You Need To Know
With financial institutions still reeling from Brexit and COVID, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has added unprecedented complexity into an already uncertain financial crime landscape. Alongside these world-changing events, UK organisations are navigating updated CPS guidance on suspicious activity reporting and considering how their operations impact vulnerable customers. Our panel will discuss emerging themes, compliance tips for financial crime in 2022.
How Behaviour is Solving a Growing Money Mules Problem
In this session Kate Fox, Theat Analytics EMEA, BioCatch will explore how behaviour is helping solve a growing worldwide problem, Money Mules. She will explore how BioCatch uses behavioural features, advanced user behaviour analysis and device network-linking to detect mule accounts. This includes things like familiarity with personal data, habit changes and aggregated features over time during Account Opening or Existing Accounts.
Key take aways include:
- Mule Accounts by the Numbers
- Different approaches to Mule Account Detection Personas
- Insight into a real-life Mule Account Case Study
AML Transaction Monitoring: Creating a Strong Governance Framework
A strong AML transaction monitoring framework is vital in today's anti-financial crime environment. But there are many challenges to navigate, including meeting regulators' expectations, measuring effectiveness and acheiving consistency across multiple jurisdictions. Our panel will provide best practice tips and actionable advice to help create a successful AML transaction monitoring governance framework.
Key Elements of an Effective Global AML/KYC Compliance Programme in 2022
An effective AML/KYC programme must meet complex regulatory requirements and adapt to an ever-changing financial crime landscape. AML professionals must also be able to demonstrate the success and efficiency of their AML programme. This panel will explore the ingredients of a successful global AML/KYC compliance programme in 2022 and beyond.
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The comparison between the EU's July 2021 AML reform proposals and the current US AML regulations.
Automation and AI: Powerful Tools to Help Fight FinCrime
The scale of financial institutions' AML efforts means automation is now an important tool to help spot and report suspicious transactions. And machine learning techniques can not only ensure more effective AML monitoring, but also offer a more efficient way to fight financial crime. Our final panel will explore the automation and AI tools that the world's leading financial institutions are using to improve their AML programmes.
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