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Insider fraud: getting security and controls right

Why are so many firms struggling to manage insider fraud? With economic volatility and the disruption of remote working, incidents are on the rise. Stemming from rogue trades through to pressures to tap into dormant accounts, the seducing factors are numerous. Hefty fines aside, the lingering effect of such events on data integrity and security, consumer trust and brand reputation is immeasurable. Even pre-pandemic, insider threats were reported to be increasing with 48% of firms indicating that incidents were on the rise within their organisations (2020).* Where are so many firms going astray?

*“Employee Fraud: Anticipate a Resurgence,” Aite Group, January 2020. Based on in-depth interviews with 23 financial institutions in September and October 2019.

Join our expert panel of speakers to determine how to:

  • Implement strong governance
  • Influence a robust ethical culture
  • Roll-out rigid controls and deterrents
  • Use analytics to better manage security and controls
  • Keep a pulse on digital sophistication
  • Develop best practices in resource management, prevention and processes.
  • Offering practical tools to help your organisation effectively manage internal fraud, this webinar is geared for those focusing on fraud, financial crime, surveillance, risk, operational risk, security and controls.
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The Texas freeze and future calamities: how to build business resiliency in the face of disruption

The adverse weather in February stressed the Texas power grid to the point of failure, leaving millions without power and forcing the closure of well-established businesses. Moreover, extreme events like these are becoming more frequent. How can firms prepare for the unknown?


In this webinar we will look at how certain firms survived the Texas crisis and what lessons can be learnt from them in terms of safeguarding businesses against future disruptions.


Topics discussed will include:

  • The effect of power and weather disruptions on natural gas supply and delivery
  • Counterparty credit risk related to extreme power price volatility
  • Managing financial and physical exposure in power and natural gas businesses during extreme market volatility
  • How to mitigate exposure to these extreme events going forward
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How to successfully mitigate fraud – AI in Action

Fraud is evolving, with influences spanning technical sophistication through to turmoil and crisis. Most recently, the Covid-19 pandemic has thrown an additional spanner in the works. As the drivers behind these activities are becoming more varied, the…

Managing commodity risk in turbulent times

Faced with today’s razor-thin margins, firms must be able to monitor all risks holistically, in real time and to hedge effectively. This brings technological challenges, and many firms are now grappling with issues such as getting the right datasets,…

Libor countdown webinar series – Euro

In this webinar, a panel of experts discusses €STR liquidity, how firms fared through the recent central counterparty discount switches, the impact on €STR swaps trading and the future of Euribor

Libor countdown webinar series – GBP

Nobody knows what will happen to Libor at the end of 2021, but the market has to be ready for anything – including the benchmark’s demise. The coming months will be crucial in determining how and whether rates markets are able to cope

Risk model management in the age of Covid‑19

As many financial institutions acknowledge that risk models designed prior to the Covid‑19 crisis cannot effectively assess the current climate, it is apparent that current methodology needs an upgrade to sufficiently distinguish the effects of the…

Fraud and AML – AI and machine learning done right

What resources does your financial services organisation need to ensure success when it comes to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning? Having an appropriate team in place, including domain experts, analysts and data engineers is a great…

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