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    Fight Financial Crime Head On with a Comprehensive Adverse Media Program

    About this event

    How does adverse media screening play a key role in your anti-financial crime and due diligence program?
    Compliance risk and reputational risk events occur daily and exist outside of standard sanctions lists and PEPs data. What is becoming increasingly important from a regulatory perspective is to consider other types of events – fraud, human trafficking, terrorism, as it relates to your customer due diligence and enhanced due diligence workflows.
    Bringing in additional information is essential to understand in a proper risk-based approach. News on its own is not risk relevant. You need decision-ready information enriched with other types of information.
    This information is challenging to find – languages, name/positive IDs, scattered among sources. Finding this data distracts from core business activities but there are better ways. How to address it? With a partner that has the ability to track, consolidate, de-dupe and extract relevant insights.
    In this webinar, attendees will learn:
    • How necessary and material an adverse media program is for your firm
    • Know what to look for when getting started with adverse media
    • How a technology-enabled adverse media approach creates less work – not more
    • How AI/Machine learning allows you to tune risk tolerance to your specifications – tune to your precise business requirements.
    Continuing Education Credit: Participants of the live 60 minute webinar with Q&A will qualify for a Certificate to use as credit towards CPE (subject to rules of state bodies).
    Ted Datta (Moderator)
    Head of Financial Crime Compliance Practice – Europe & Africa
    Moody’s Analytics

    Ted leads the Financial Crime Compliance practice for Europe and Africa. He has spent the last decade helping organizations harness data and technology to improve their risk-based approach to customer and third-party due diligence. His practise group helps Moody’s Analytics product strategy meet the evolving needs of today’s financial compliance professionals. Ted is a regular contributor to global anti-corruption forums and an active supporter of public-private collaboration initiatives. He was a member of the winning team at the FCA’s 2019 Global AML and Financial Crime TechSprint addressing beneficial ownership registry reconciliation for the benefit of all market participants. Ted holds ACAMs certification and a Diploma in Financial Crime Prevention from the International Compliance Association.

    Bill Hauserman Senior Director – Head of the Financial Crime Due Diligence Practice – Americas
    Moody’s Analytics
    Bill is the Head of the Financial Crime Due Diligence Practice for the Americas. After 12 years designing global compliance and ethics programs for SAI Global and NAVEX Global, he joined Bureau van Dijk in 2016 which was then acquired by Moody’s Analytics in 2017. With more than 25 years’ management experience, he is focused on anti-corruption compliance solutions, and has spent the last seven years focused primarily on the perplexing problem of creating efficient due diligence technology and content for truly understanding the risks of customers and business partners.  


    Oct 27 2021


    10:00 am - 11:00 am




    Bureau van Dijk