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  • Are changes in AML directives failing to keep up with criminals?
    Are changes in AML directives failing to keep up with criminals? Nadja van der Veer, Ron Teicher, Sunil Madhu, Malcolm Wright, Samantha Sheen Recorded: Mar 16 2018 61 mins
    This webinar provides for a panel discussion on the current state of affairs of the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing. A comparison is drawn between what regulations require companies to do and whether the most recent legislative changes take into account and are properly addressing the new age of money laundering and cybercrime.

    •How is 4the AML Directive implemented and complied with by companies?
    •What is the envisioned impact of 5th AML Directive?
    •What are the thoughts on and envisioned impact of ESA’ Risk Factor Guidelines to current AML processes?
    •How is money laundering evolving in today’s digital world? Are the newest forms of money laundering properly tackled under the 4th/5th AML Directive or any other guidance given by regulatory and/or industry bodies (FATF, ESA, JMLSG…)?
    •Are regulations able to keep up with evolving means of money laundering/ cybercrime?

    Moderator: Nadja van der Veer (Payment Counsel)
    Panelists: Ron Teicher (EverCompliant), Sunil Madhu (Socure), Malcolm Wright (Revolut), Samantha Sheen (ACAMS)
  • GDPR: A Turning Point with Opportunities for FinTech and the Financial Sector
    GDPR: A Turning Point with Opportunities for FinTech and the Financial Sector Emerald de Leeuw, Jose Belo, Angelika Sedlackova & Oisin Lunny Recorded: Mar 15 2018 61 mins
    From 25th May this year the GDPR will come into force. The fines for being non-compliant with the new regulations are massive - up to 4% of annual global turnover or €20m (whichever is greater). And, whether your business is based in the EU or not, if you hold data on any data subjects in the European Union the regulations apply to you. That's a lot of cash. Eye-watering, company-ending sums of money.

    Our webinar will explore some of the key requirements of GDPR, and outline effective methods to improve your strategy in light of GDPR. Our panel of experts will also deep dive into issues concerning the FinTech and Financial Services sectors such as:

    *Practical steps on how FinTech and FS can comply with GDPR, and is it -
    an opportunity for FinTech.
    *What the Financial Sector can learn about GDPR from other verticals such as life sciences.
    *What you need to know RIGHT NOW about lawfulness of processing, updating your policies and registries, TPPs, and consent under PSD2 and the GDPR.
    *How to deploy a communications strategy that reaches customers quickly, conveniently, and across multiple geographies.

    Want to find out why GDPR is a customer experience opportunity? Join our webinar to find out.

    Presented by:

    Emerald de Leeuw (LLB LLM MSc) - CEO at EuroComply Data Protection and Winner European Innovator of the Year 2017
    Jose Belo - CPO and Data Protection and Privacy Counsel - DATTA Privacy Solutions and co-chair at International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Portugal
    Angelika Sedlackova - Senior Associate at CMS Cameron McKenna

    Moderated by:

    Oisin Lunny - Chief Evangelist at OpenMarket
  • PSD2 is live:  Will UK banks keep the momentum after CMA Open Banking?
    PSD2 is live: Will UK banks keep the momentum after CMA Open Banking? Marcus Martinez (BCS Consulting), Mark Hartley (Nationwide & BankiFi), Michael O'Loughlin (Token), Bharat Bhushan (IBM) Recorded: Mar 15 2018 64 mins
    CMA Open Banking went live in the UK in line with the CMA legal order. Given the scope overlap with PSD2, banks will need to manage this transition carefully in order to keep the momentum and leverage the experience and infrastructure built as part of CMA Open Banking.

    Join this session where a panel of experts will discuss results from the first phase of PSD2, success stories, and the follow-up steps you should be doing within your organisation.
  • Compliance, Regulation and Risk: a startup perspective
    Compliance, Regulation and Risk: a startup perspective Lionel Hackett (WiseCrowd), Janthana Kaenprakhamroy (Tapoly), Gabriele Musella (Paylinko), Dann Bibas (Fountain) Recorded: Mar 15 2018 61 mins
    It is not easy launching a startup business in fintech! Increasing regulations and compliance requirements add to the challenges of running and growing a successful business. However, good risk management and compliance can be a business enabler.

    We will explore the startup journeys of three different fintech startups in insurtech, paytech and wealthtech. We will discuss the founders' experience in managing the diverse risks that they face in running their respective businesses and how they navigate through the regulatory environment.

    Moderator: Lionel Hackett, CEO & Founder at WiseCrowd
    Janthana Kaenprakhamroy, CEO and Founder at Tapoly
    Gabriele Musella, CEO & Founder at Paylinko
    Dann Bibas, Co-Founder at Fountain
  • Basic Security with Cryptocurrencies
    Basic Security with Cryptocurrencies Travin Keith, Managing Director at Agavon, Co-Founder at SICOS, and Administrator at BitcoinMarkets Recorded: Mar 14 2018 56 mins
    With the burst of interest into cryptocurrencies, there have been a lot of new users into this innovative world. However, the rush into the space has caused many users to skip key steps in joining the cryptocurrency community, such as understanding what basic security practices they should follow in order to keep themselves and their money secure.

    While there are technical steps to take to secure one's funds, there's also a number of things to keep in mind while interacting with the community.

    This webinar discussion aims to give beginners in the world of cryptocurrencies tips to better protect themselves, their money, and their sanity.
  • Staying Ahead of Financial Fraud with an Always On Data Layer
    Staying Ahead of Financial Fraud with an Always On Data Layer Kartavya Jain (KJ), Product Marketing Manager at DataStax Recorded: Mar 14 2018 49 mins
    As enterprises become increasingly digital, fraud and financial crime have become more sophisticated and pervasive resulting in the loss of billions of dollars every year. Fraudsters are spreading their activities across a large number of transactions and geographical regions, making traditional anomaly identification solutions, which focus only on discrete data points, nearly ineffective.

    To stop fraud in the moment or even before it happens, enterprises today need a data layer capable of processing high volumes of streaming data and analyzing relationships between massive amounts of transactions in real time. Furthermore, the data layer should have built-in enterprise-class security to prevent identity theft and safeguard customer data.

    Join us to learn how DataStax Enterprise, an always-on data layer with graph capabilities, is helping some of the world’s top brands, including 9 of the top 15 global banks, combat and prevent fraud in real time.

    About the Speaker:

    Kartavya Jain (KJ), Product Marketing Manager at DataStax
KJ is a Product Marketing Manager at DataStax. He has over six years of global experience in product marketing, digital marketing, and solution marketing in enterprise software companies. Prior to joining DataStax, Jain led the marketing team at DataTorrent, driving its product and digital marketing functions. He is passionate about technology and is a hands-on marketing professional who believes in delivering value through results-driven, content-rich marketing to customers and sales teams.
  • Threat Prevention for Financial Services
    Threat Prevention for Financial Services Elizabeth Duke, Dr. Hongwen Zhang (Wedge Networks), Michael Callahan (Awake Security), Matt Van Buskirk (Hummingbird) Recorded: Mar 14 2018 62 mins
    Bank breaches, hacks, and advanced fraud cases are unfortunately becoming common news headlines. With criminals getting smarter and more of the world's wealth at risk, organisations need to constantly stay one step ahead.

    Join this panel where security experts will discuss:
    -Preventing both outside and insider threats
    -Using analytics and machine learning to prevent attacks before they hit
    -Protecting valuable customer data from malware and data breaches
    -The challenges with mobile banking and payment security
  • 2018 Digital Commerce Fraud Outlook
    2018 Digital Commerce Fraud Outlook Jordan McKee, Principal Analyst Recorded: Mar 14 2018 53 mins
    Transactions are migrating from offline to online channels, driving dramatic shifts in the fraud landscape. 2018 will be another challenging year as increasing EMV penetration in the US further throttles the counterfeiting market, shifting more fraudulent activity into digital channels. Join 451 Research Principal Analyst Jordan McKee as he discusses the major fraud trends to monitor in the New Year and shares market data on the current and future state of the digital commerce threat environment.
  • Machine learning as a game changer for fraud prevention
    Machine learning as a game changer for fraud prevention Aslam Mohammad, Director Fraud Solutions, BPC Banking Technologies Recorded: Mar 14 2018 43 mins
    Join Aslam Mohammad at BPC Banking Technologies as he discusses how machine learning plays a crucial role in modern fraud prevention solutions. Discover what implementation options you have as a financial institution and what lessons can be learned from the field.
  • App Commerce Goes Big in Asia Pacific
    App Commerce Goes Big in Asia Pacific Arielle Jaffe - Head of Ecosystem Engagement, Mondato; Kriti Jetley - S. Manager, Key Accounts SEA; Senior Rep JD Group Recorded: Mar 14 2018 47 mins
    The webinar will discuss how retailer apps are being used within the APAC region. Despite Asia Pacific being one of the most mobile-driven regions in the world, questions remain over of the effectiveness of apps in specific markets.

    Criteo will share some of the findings from a recent survey across 3,000 app users on consumer mobile behaviour across six APAC markets (Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia, India & South Korea). A better understanding of how consumers view the in-app purchasing journey is crucial for
    brands to enhance this form of brand-customer interaction, and will be discussed during this session.

    The webinar will reveal essential information for brands hoping to increase sales within the region over the coming weeks, months and years.

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