Financial Crime / Fraud Management Risk Insights

12th February 2020
Rob Byars

Aligning fraud and cyber teams to increase cyber resiliency and minimize risk

By Rob Byars, Vice President, Information & Cyber Security, Wells Fargo
12th February 2020
Sabeena Liconte Q&A

New techniques for developing sound compliance practices for anti-bribery and corruption laws across jurisdictions

By Sabeena Liconte, Head of Legal & CCO, Bank of China International
7th February 2020
Tim Ayling

Cybersecurity & fraud prevention – Two sides of the same coin?

By Tim Ayling, Vice President EMEA, Buguroo
7th February 2020
Maarten Ligthart

Next generation of fraud and financial crime prevention: Using AI and machine learning to revolutionise compliance

By Maarten Ligthart, Head of KYC CoE / Monitoring & Screening, ING
7th February 2020

Policing fraud – challenges and opportunities

By Alex Rothwell, Detective Superintendent, City of London Police
7th February 2020

Behind the scenes of cybercrime and fraud on mobile – Understand the factors driving growth of fraud to fight it

By Gaetan van Diemen, General Manager, ThreatFabric
22nd January 2020

CeFPro Webinar – Global collaborative efforts for mitigating financial crime – Identifying key challenges and developing comprehensive solutions

17th January 2020

Research survey: Basel IV Readiness – How prepared is your firm?

17th January 2020

Mitigating financial crime through leveraging global intelligence concepts to share information across the industry

By Corey A. Reason, Head of Compliance, Clarien Bank Limited
9th January 2020

Leveraging global intelligence concepts to share information across the industry for mitigation of financial crime

By Lester Joseph, Head, Global Financial Crimes Intelligence Group, Wells Fargo & Company
7th January 2020

Transaction monitoring for suspicious activity and reducing false positives using technology advances

By Rebecca “Becky” Schauer Robertson, Director of AML Compliance, South State Bank
7th January 2020

Tracking flow of funds and understanding beneficial ownership to identify fraudulent activity

By Victor Lessoff, MD, Head of Internal Investigations, TIAA