Fraud & AML – Leverage fraud efforts with AML resources
About The Event
As fraud continues to cost the economy billions each year, businesses are looking to Anti-Money Laundering checks to implement a stable defense against online fraud and set up defenses against the rise of cyber crime. Fraud and AML are connected in both criminal and regulatory contexts, with businesses starting to coordinate and implement their AML checks as well as dedicate resources to anti-fraud responsibilities to achieve regulatory compliance and detect suspicious online activity better than ever before. Organizations can benefit by leveraging their fraud resources with their AML efforts and take advantage of the significant efficiencies that can be achieved by greater collaboration between the fraud and AML departments. What checks and balances can financial institutions implement to create a compliant and efficient defense against fraud? Register your spot today, save the date and get to know the answer!
- Implementing the above standard AML checks
- Monitoring suspicious activity
- Using powerful fraud detection and user verifications
- Automatic OSINT (open-source intelligence) tools
- Digital footprint analysis including social media presence