Webinar

NEW FACES OF FRAUD 2024:
ADAPTING TO EMERGING & PERSISTENT THREATS IN ASIA

Thursday 22 February 2024

10am SGT/HKT | 1pm AEDT

Duration: 1 hour

Overview

In the past year, we've seen Generative AI ("GenAI") evolve from a cutting-edge business tool to a double-edged sword, wielded skilfully by innovators and fraudsters alike. Meanwhile, countries coordinated to regulate AI, tech players have expanded their roles as authenticators, and the financial services industry has been bracing for the ever-shifting sands of scam liability.

If that’s what 2023 had in store, just imagine the fraud and financial crime trends we can expect in 2024.

Join us as we share the findings of new research by Regulation Asia and NICE Actimize to shed light on emerging and persistent fraud trends and typologies across Asia, as well as other common pain points and technology-related issues, including:

  • Faster Payments Systems Fraud
  • Generative AI & Impersonation Fraud
  • Fraud-as-a-Service (FaaS)
  • Social Manipulation, Voluntary and Involuntary Mule Activity
  • Fraud Liability Split/Shift: Exploring how the responsibility for fraud losses is being redefined and redistributed.

This webinar isn't just about understanding the landscape and preparing for the future. Whether in banking, tech, or regulatory sectors, you'll find valuable insights and actionable strategies to help you stay one step ahead in the ever-evolving world of fraud and financial crime.

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Speakers

Manesh Samtani
Editor
Regulation Asia
(Moderator)

Rob Rendell
Global Head of Fraud Market Strategy & Fraud Prevention, SME
NICE Actimize

Royston Soon
Executive Director and Head Group Financial Crime Compliance Anti-Fraud (Risk & Oversight)
OCBC Bank

Jon Page
AE APAC Fraud
NICE Actimize

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