This GFMI conference will enable institutions to address the latest challenges facing financial crime and AML teams. They will get an update on the latest threats facing the market, such as crypto currency, regulatory expectations and the sanctions regime. They will discuss the best strategies for governance of financial crime, and the best structure for financial crime teams. They will evaluate the latest cyber risk and AML challenges, and how the teams interact, especially when working with fintech and regtech firms. Finally, they will discuss the use of AI and machine learning to automate financial crime, and increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the financial crime program, to create a more proactive, rather than reactive, strategy.
Join our Sandra Desautels as she discusses Strategies Investigation Teams are Adapting in the New Remote Work Environment (January 27, 11:15 am- 12:00 pm). Learn about:
Fraud detection and considerations
Our Donald Andersen will also moderate the Tactics for Implementing Technology in AML panel on January 28 | 10 am - 10:45)
How can financial crime utilize and benefit from technology?
What decisions are institutions making regarding implementing technology?
Breaking down the barriers: Creating a transparent technology system across financial crime silos
Where is best to implement technology and automation across financial crime?
Benchmarking new technology models
Justifying new technologies to regulators
Managing the implementation of remote working for Covid-19
Jen Crosby, Chief BSA/AML Officer, Cross River
Isaias Lima Head of Advisory and Interim BSA/ AML and Sanctions Officer The Bancorp
Ivana Donevska Executive Director, Enterprise AML Data, Analytics and Technology USAA
Aaron Wolf Managing Director, Deputy Head of Anti-Financial Crime, Americas Deutsche Bank