Investigative screening: How adverse media and other external data sources can be combined to make fast and effective risk decisions

Investigative screening: How adverse media and other external data sources can be combined to make fast and effective risk decisions

Recent events have encouraged financial institutions and their regulators to pay closer attention to the role of adverse media (also known as negative news) screening in AFC risk management. But adverse media screening alone is not a panacea, and there are a range of other external data sources that can be leveraged to improve the process of alert resolution. 

On Demand Webinar Summary 

Investigative screening: How adverse media and other external data sources can be combined to make fast and effective risk decisions

However, striking a balance between speed and accuracy is a perennial challenge. In this webinar we’ll discuss:

  • How increased sanctions against Russia have highlighted the need for tools that allow analysts to rapidly and accurately clear customer and transaction screening alerts
  • Why reliance on curated data is not enough to ensure that an adverse media solution is effective and how a range of additional data sources can be included without impacting efficiency 
  • The techniques and technologies that can be used to develop an Investigative Screening model, and the benefits this approach can deliver

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