As financial crime reaches new levels of sophistication, institutions must respond by seeking a balance between efficiency and effectiveness to disrupt it. In this webinar, we have outlined emerging trends and technological advances in financial crime management that will be in focus in the year ahead.
In 2020, Covid-19 upended the global economy and presented a perfect storm of opportunity for criminals to exploit vulnerable systems, individuals and companies for illicit gains. Bad actors have demonstrated their resilience, flexibility, and an ability to overcome geographic, cultural and organisational boundaries.
In December, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) issued a renewed warning that criminals were continuing to exploit the pandemic for illegal gains. As the business landscape continues to rapidly evolve, bad actors continue to mirror the changes by adapting their approaches and techniques.
In this webinar, we outlined emerging trends in financial crime management and technological advances that will help institutions respond to financial crime threats as they increase in sophistication in the year ahead.
· How 2020 and the coronavirus have changed the risk landscape and business priorities
· The digital identity revolution and how this will drive the digital transformation of banks
· Changes to the sanctions landscape and what the next US presidency means for compliance teams
· The increasing regulatory focus on green crime risks and how to screen for them at scale
Format: On-demand Webinar
Duration: 1 Hour