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AML 2.0 – The new wave of borderless, perpetual compliance

The panel

  • Fox Ahmed, Global Head of Cybersecurity and Technology and Data Protection Regulatory Risk, BNP Paribas
  • Andy Mantzios, Vice-President, Global Head of Client Solutions, Fenergo
  • Angela Johnson de Wet, Head of Risk for IT Change and New Technologies, Lloyds Banking Group
  • Paul Clandillon, European Practice Leader for Fraud and Financial Crime, IBM
  • Moderated by: Phil Harding, Contributing Editor, Risk.net

The compliance process is broken.

Fines for non-compliance continue to increase in size and volume. Cross-border compliance, in particular, still poses a significant challenge for most financial institutions. Siloed views and manual processes mean financial institutions are forced to add more people to manage the compliance process, which only drives up cost and time, and puts operations at risk of missing something pertinent. All of this has an impact on customer experience.

This webinar explores the new vision for anti-money laundering and know-your-customer (KYC) compliance – a digital, integrated approach to seamlessly manage risk and mitigation by focusing on continuous, holistic reviews of customer activity, regardless of where they operate.

Key topics discussed:

  • The operational and compliance challenges of regulatory requirements across multiple jurisdictions
  • Measuring and managing KYC and KYC behaviour without adding more noise
  • How client lifecycle management and client account monitoring intersect
  • The technology blueprint for automation and streamlined compliance.
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