Intelligent Automation for Effective AML
Financial crime costs the global economy an estimated US$1.45 trillion in turnover per year, devastating businesses and communities daily.
As financial crime continues to flourish and reach new levels of sophistication, financial institutions are often finding themselves hamstrung by fragmented, mostly manual approaches, forced to work with inefficient legacy systems and often overlapping tools to accomplish their goals.
Fortunately, there has been increasing recognition that a change is needed – and it will come through innovation. With the help of technology, financial institutions will be able to better safeguard themselves and their customers and block out bad actors.
Join us for this webinar as we discuss the core areas firms should focus on in the year ahead. Find out how our panel of experts achieve efficiency and effectiveness on the frontlines in the fight against financial crime.
Who Should Attend
AML, compliance, operations and risk management professionals at banks, insurance companies, securities firms and wealth & asset managers in Hong Kong, Singapore and South East Asia generally.
This webinar was held on 30 April 2019
- Stricter regulatory landscape and global pressures
- Improving red flag detection with intelligent automation
- Easing the burden on overstretched compliance teams
- Segmentation and anomaly detection models for AML
- Continued investment in people, not just machines
- Increased focus on compliance culture and accountability