Risk Webinar: Fraud and financial crime – An insight into Blockchain


Fraud and financial crime – An insight into Blockchain

Taking place on January 16 2019, 11:00am (ET)

Key topics addressed include:

Technical fundamentals of blockchain
A deeper understanding
Distinction between open and closed blockchains

Applications for Blockchain and its related risks
Vulnerabilities related to blockchain products
Potential compliance use cases

Operational aspects of Blockchain
Activities where blockchain might be used
Impact of blockchain on everyday activities – fraud detection, transaction monitoring, sanctions screening, risk assessments
How does blockchain impact an institutions risk profile

Can’t make the live webinar? No problem, still register as all registrants will receive a full recording of the webinar.


James stubbs

James (Jim) Stubbs
Former Managing Director, Deputy Global Head Anti-Money Laundering

Sean O'Malley

Sean O’Malley
Head of AML and Sanctions Risk Assessment
State Street

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Jake van der Laan
Director, Information Technology and Regulatory Informatics and Director Enforcement
Financial and Consumer Services Commission

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