The Scam Threat

What’s Next and How Banks Are Fighting Back

30 August 2022

10am Singapore / Hong Kong | 12pm Sydney

Duration: 1 hour


In recent years, payment systems have been modernising at a pace not seen before. The speed and volumes of transactions have increased, and customers are increasingly establishing connectivity between different channels to access financial services – enabled through increasing interoperability between platforms, the advent of open banking, and other mechanisms.

The increasingly-digital payments landscape has increased the potential for financial institutions to be exposed to fraud, money laundering, sanctions and other risks – raising the need for more advanced financial crime controls. Better KYC data, stronger identity verification and authentication tools, more advanced transaction monitoring, and systematic processes for continual screening – these are some of the necessary pieces of the playbook for guarding against risk.

In this webinar, our panellists will discuss the key financial crime threats the industry faces – with a focus on money mules, authorised push payment fraud, social engineering, and account takeover. We will also discuss the measures needed to counter these threats, and ensure effectiveness in your approach.

Key themes:

  • Trends in payment modernisation and the impact on financial crime risk
  • Benefits and risks of interoperable platforms and open banking
  • Risk-based approach to onboarding fintechs, crypto firms
  • Dealing with frauds, scams, account takeover and money mules


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Paul Cottee
Director, Global Markets Compliance Advisory
NICE Actimize

Ashok John
Managing Director, Head of Surveillance Asia, Head of Equities Compliance Asia
J.P. Morgan

Rushabh Mehta
Partner, Financial Services Advisory
EY Hong Kong

Brad Maclean
Regulation Asia

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