The knowledge series
How Intelligence & Data Sharing Can Help Institution’s Defense Against FinCrime
Sujata Dasgupta, Global Head of Financial Crimes Compliance at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) shares her insights on the topic FinCrime intelligence sharing.
The Disconnect Between AML/ML and Asset Forfeiture Investigations
Stephen Scott, international AML consultant and licensed private investigator at S. Scott (AML) and Security Consulting and Aidan Larkin, Chief Executive Officer at Asset Reality share their insights about asset forfeiture investigations.
Unique AML Requirements for Prepaid Cards
Ana Badour of McCarthy Tetrault and Michelle Beyo of Finavator Inc discuss with Nelu Sund about the unique AML requirements that will apply to “prepaid payment products” and “prepaid accounts” following amendments to the regulations under the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (the “PCMLTFA”) that will go into effect on on June 1, 2021.
Financial Crime Compliance Culture and Risk in The Middle East
Mohamed Radhi, Head of Anti-Financial Crimes, Khaleeji Commercial Bank shares his views on the Financial Crime compliance culture and risks in the Middle East.
Solving the False Positive Conundrum in Sanction & PEP Screening with Decisioning Systems
Rajeev Bahri and Joseph Iuso from KYC2020, Karen Creen from Bank of China (Canada) and Stephen Brent Sargeant from Bitfinex share their expertise on how best to tackle the false-positive conundrum in traditional sanction and PEP screening, and how an AI powered decision system can vastly improve AML screening accuracy and provide high return-on-investment.
What’s Your Risk Tolerance?
Jennifer Fiddian-Green, Partner, Grant Thornto LLP shares her insights on Risk Tolerance and what it means for Risk and AML professionals. In today’s AML world, we are told to take a ‘risk-based approach’, however, what does this really mean? How are organisations executing on their risk-based approach?