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  • Learning from Fraud Detection: Segmenting AML to Fight Financial Crime
    Learning from Fraud Detection: Segmenting AML to Fight Financial Crime
    Brendan Brothers Recorded: Jan 17 2020 60 mins
    Why do we think about AML as a single idea, when fraud is segmented specifically by customer, channel or loss type? In this insightful session, Jim Richards and Brendan Brothers discuss the limitations of the current one-size-fits-all approach to compliance and anti-money laundering. Learn why segmentation is effective at fighting fraud, and how these lessons can be applied to transform the AML industry.

    Learning Objectives
    - Review of the limitations of current AML approaches and technologies to -effectively fight financial crime
    - Understand how segmentation improves fraud detection and how these lessons can be applied to strengthen anti-money laundering efforts
    - Learn how innovative technologies and customer segmentation will transform the AML industry
  • European Banking: Themes in 2020 - DBRS Morningstar Webinars
    European Banking: Themes in 2020 - DBRS Morningstar Webinars
    Elisabeth Rudman, Managing Director, Head of European FIG Recorded: Jan 16 2020 28 mins
    DBRS Ratings Limited and DBRS Ratings GmbH (DBRS Morningstar) invite you to attend a webinar named “European Banking: Themes in 2020” on 16 January 2019 at 3 p.m. GMT/4 p.m. CET/10 a.m. EST.

    The webinar will be hosted in London by Elisabeth Rudman, Managing Director, Head of European FIG. Elisabeth will be joined by
    Vitaline Yeterian, Senior Vice President, and other team members in London, Frankfurt and Madrid.

    Elisabeth and her team will provide an outlook on key themes in European banking in 2020. Some of the topics they will be looking at include the low interest rate environment and banks’ cost-restructuring programmes, the increase in financial crime and conduct issues facing banks, as well as the ongoing high levels of nonperforming loans in
    certain banking systems.

    The discussion will last approximately 20 to 30 minutes and will be followed by an interactive question-and-answer session.

    DBRS Morningstar welcomes all who wish to participate.
  • Factor Insights: 2019 performance and the link between behavior & economic cycle
    Factor Insights: 2019 performance and the link between behavior & economic cycle
    For investors located in APAC, with Philip Lawlor, MD global markets research and Marlies van Boven, MD research & analytics Recorded: Jan 16 2020 24 mins
    Following the publication of FTSE Russell's quarterly 'Market Maps Factor Indicator' report in January, Philip Lawlor, managing director global markets research and Marlies van Boven, managing director, research & analytics will present its key findings and:

    • Review factor performance across the regions in 2019
    • Examine the link between the economic cycle and factor behaviour.

    In the live Q&A session that follows the presentation, you’ll have an opportunity to submit questions that are most important to you and hear first-hand insights from our speakers.
  • Factor Insights: 2019 performance and the link between economic cycle & behavior
    Factor Insights: 2019 performance and the link between economic cycle & behavior
    Webinar for investors in the Americas and Europe Recorded: Jan 15 2020 24 mins
    Following the publication of FTSE Russell's quarterly 'Market Maps Factor Indicator' report in January, Philip Lawlor, managing director global markets research and Marlies van Boven, managing director, research & analytics will present its key findings and:

    • Review factor performance across the regions in 2019
    • Examine the link between the economic cycle and factor behaviour

    In the live Q&A session that follows the presentation, you’ll have an opportunity to submit questions that are most important to you and hear first-hand insights from our speakers.
  • Navigating the Minefield of Dodd-Frank’s Whistleblower Provisions (2019 Update)
    Navigating the Minefield of Dodd-Frank’s Whistleblower Provisions (2019 Update)
    F. Joseph Warin, John W.F. Chesley, Sean X. McKessy, Jim Barratt Recorded: Jan 13 2020 96 mins
    The SEC’s Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Program continues to be a robust source of information driving the Commission’s enforcement docket. In FY 2019, the Office of the Whistleblower received more than 5,000 whistleblower tips from 70 foreign nations and every U.S. state, handing out $60 million in cash awards in return. On top of that, Dodd-Frank-related litigation continues apace in the federal courts and legislative / regulatory responses to the Supreme Court’s decision in Digital Realty Trust wind their way through the halls of Congress and the Commission. Together these trends provide the perfect storm for keeping in-house counsel and compliance professionals up at night.

    Securities Docket is pleased to present its eighth annual webcast on Dodd-Frank’s whistleblower provisions. This year’s panelists once again include leading practitioners in all aspects of Dodd-Frank whistleblower litigation and investigations, including F. Joseph Warin and John W.F. Chesley of Gibson Dunn, former SEC Office of the Whistleblower Chief Sean X. McKessy of Phillips & Cohen, and Jim Barratt of Ankura Consulting.

    This free 90-minute webcast will include a dynamic and participatory discussion on the statutory and regulatory framework of Dodd-Frank’s whistleblower provisions, their interpretation by the SEC Office of the Whistleblower and federal courts, and provide participants with practical tips for navigating the minefield of whistleblower complaints.
  • How Do You Find Your High-Risk Customers?
    How Do You Find Your High-Risk Customers?
    Corey Lynch, Verafin Recorded: Jan 10 2020 59 mins
    Presented by Verafin

    Financial institutions invest significant time and resources into identifying customers in high-risk categories, such as Private ATM Owners, Money Service Businesses (MSBs), Marijuana-Related Businesses (MRBs), Non-Governmental Organizations or Charities (NGOs), Cash Intensive Businesses (CIBs), and more.
     
    Unfortunately, for most compliance professionals these processes are primarily manual today. Continuously updating and reviewing reports and spreadsheets can hinder your ability to meet examiners expectations, fulfill compliance requirements, and follow your institution’s policies for uncovering high-risk customers.  
     
    Join us to learn how to alleviate manual processes for identifying higher-risk customers, automate due diligence processes, and strengthen your overall compliance program.

    Highlights of this webinar:
    - Review of CDD/EDD requirements and expectations for higher-risk categories of customers as outlined in the FFIEC BSA/AML Examination Manual.
    - Discussion on the challenges and potential risks of conventional processes for manually identifying and managing high-risk customers.
    - Overview of new technology approaches with targeted monitoring for risk factors, alerting you to unidentified higher-risk categories, including:
    > Private ATM Owners
    > Money Service Businesses (MSBs)
    > Marijuana-Related Businesses (MRBs)
    > Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) or Charities
    > Cash Intensive Businesses (CIBs)
  • A Holistic Approach to Quality: Hyper-Testing & Lean Automation
    A Holistic Approach to Quality: Hyper-Testing & Lean Automation
    Naveen Srinivasan, Senior Consultant - Aspire Systems; Amir Rozenberg, AVP of Product Management - Sauce Labs Recorded: Jan 9 2020 60 mins
    This webinar, “A Holistic Approach to Quality: Hyper-Testing & Lean Automation” jointly conducted by Sauce Labs and Aspire Systems, will walk you through the capabilities of a unique agile testing strategy. It illustrates the importance of implementing quality engineering in an agile environment and briefs the holistic impact across multiple levels of an organization for improved ROI and decreased Cost of Quality (CoQ).

    Key Takeaways:
    •Why automated testing is critical to businesses looking to achieve their DevOps objectives
    •How progressive organizations are leveraging hyper-testing and lean automation to improve quality and accelerate innovation
    •How Hyper-Testing can simultaneously insulate your organization against risk while also encouraging exploration and innovation
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Fight Financial Crime
    Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Fight Financial Crime
    Brendan Brothers, Verafin Recorded: Dec 27 2019 54 mins
    Panel Discussion

    An engaging panel of industry leaders will provide their insights into the role of new technologies to fight financial crime. The experts will highlight the need to separate reality from the hype by discussing the benefits of artificial intelligence and machine learning through the lens of real-life cases.

    Learning objectives of this CAMS-accredited webinar:

    - Understand the challenges and limitations of conventional technology in an increasingly complex financial crime landscape.
    - Review of real-life cases where technology played a critical role to enhance detection, strengthen investigations, and improve reporting to law enforcement.
    - Gain insights from industry leaders on the future of crime-fighting technology including artificial intelligence and machine learning.

    Join us for this engaging panel with industry experts, as they highlight the need to separate reality from the hype by discussing the benefits of artificial intelligence and machine learning through the lens of real-life cases.
  • Crime Rings: The Intersection of Fraud and Money Laundering
    Crime Rings: The Intersection of Fraud and Money Laundering
    Verafin Recorded: Dec 20 2019 55 mins
    Presented by Verafin

    Banks and credit unions are facing significant challenges to prevent financial crimes, such as money laundering and terrorist financing, as criminals become more sophisticated in their efforts to evade detection.
     
    From criminal groups amassing millions in illicit profits by orchestrating online fraud schemes, to Human Trafficking, Human Smuggling, and Drug trafficking organizations using mule networks to facilitate the movement of criminal proceeds across borders — crime rings operating across multiple institutions are a real and growing threat.
     
    Join us for this educational webinar, as we provide insights into the trends and typologies of crime ring activity. We will discuss the intersection of fraud and money laundering activity in the context of organized criminal networks and provide real-life examples
     
    In this educational webinar, you will learn:
    - The role of fraud schemes in funding criminal organizations
    - Tactics used by criminal groups to move illicit funds through the US financial system
    - Walk through of real-life examples of crime rings that span multiple institutions
    - How technology and collaboration can overcome the challenges of a single institution’s limited view of activity.
  • IR Magazine webinar - The role of IR at cannabis companies
    IR Magazine webinar - The role of IR at cannabis companies
    IR Magazine & Cowen Recorded: Dec 20 2019 46 mins
    Vivien Azer was the first senior Wall Street analyst to cover the cannabis sector, joining Cowen & Co as managing director and senior research analyst specializing in beverages, tobacco and cannabis. Azer recently upgraded her prediction for the cannabis sector, saying that she believes is has the potential to be a $85bn market by 2030.
    Azer has had a unique vantage point to watch the growth of the sector in the US and Canada, and has seen the role that investor relations can play. In this webinar we will discuss:

    •Azer’s personal journey; how she came to cover the sector
    •Trends in the cannabis sector during the last year
    •The role of IR at public cannabis companies
    •What Azer and her team look for when evaluating public companies

    IR Magazine has partnered with Cowen to deliver you this webinar. IR Magazine and Cowen will process your personal data for purposes connected with your attendance at the webinar and may send you marketing communications and information that may be of interest to you, as permitted under applicable law. You may choose to unsubscribe at any time by email with ‘unsubscribe’ in the subject line or by clicking on the 'unsubscribe' link in any email from us or Cowen. Your data will be processed in accordance with IR Magazine's privacy policy: www.irmagazine.com/privacy and Cowen’s privacy policy: www.cowen.com/about/customer-notices-policies
  • Premier Pan European Property Share Fund - Update 26:30
    Premier Pan European Property Share Fund - Update 26:30
    Neil Birrell & Alex Ross Recorded: Dec 20 2019 27 mins
    Fund manager, Alex Ross, who has been managing the fund for nearly 15 years, highlights the advantages of a real estate securities fund and discusses how his proven investment process of investing in quality companies has driven returns. He also explains which sectors are benefiting from structural changes and provides his outlook for the property market.
  • Webinar - Driving shareholder engagement through effective communications
    Webinar - Driving shareholder engagement through effective communications
    Corporate Secretary, IR Magazine & Computershare Recorded: Dec 17 2019 57 mins
    All of our attention spans are getting shorter. For IR professionals and corporate secretaries, this means that shareholder communications preferences may be changing, with new digital and mobile channels offering different ways to get in touch with investors. These communication channels can help drive significant shareholder engagement, through social media, video content, chat bots, interactive proxy statements and other best practices.

    These communication channels can help drive significant shareholder engagement during the proxy process – in terms of driving shareholder participation in the proxy meeting and communicating key messages to shareholders. Digital media is also being used to transform the way that proxy statements are produced and presented.

    In this webinar we will discuss:

    •Trends in communication preferences and generational differences
    •Using social media and video to drive online shareholder engagement
    •How to create cohesion between online and in-person shareholder engagement
    •How proxy statements are evolving to become more interactive
    •How to use data to determine what’s resonating with your audience

    IR Magazine has partnered with Computershare to deliver you this webinar. IR Magazine and Computershare will process your personal data for purposes connected with your attendance at the webinar and may send you marketing communications and information that may be of interest to you, as permitted under applicable law. You may choose to unsubscribe at any time by email with ‘unsubscribe’ in the subject line or by clicking on the “unsubscribe” link in any email from us or Computershare. Your data will be processed in accordance with IR Magazine's privacy policy: www.irmagazine.com/privacy and Computershare’s privacy policy: www.computershare.com/privacy-policy
  • Community Capital | Loan Transactions Made Simple
    Community Capital | Loan Transactions Made Simple
    Garrett Smith Recorded: Dec 16 2019 1 min
    CCT is B2B SaaS marketplace that is using technology and data insights to streamline the purchase, sale and participation of loans directly between regional and community financial institutions, as well as other 3rd-party originators and select investors. Through the digital marketplace, we are connecting community-based financial institutions (community banks, credit unions, regional banks, CDFis) and providing them with a more transparent, direct, and cost-efficient way to transact loans.
  • Synthetic Identity Fraud: Unreal Identities Result in Real Fraud Losses
    Synthetic Identity Fraud: Unreal Identities Result in Real Fraud Losses
    Scott Peddle, Verafin Recorded: Dec 13 2019 50 mins
    In this digital age, vast amounts of compromised customer information from data breaches and fraud scams is readily available for purchase on the dark web. To further their illicit schemes, fraudsters can use your customer’s personal and financial information to create fictional or partially fabricated identities in an emerging trend known as synthetic identity fraud.

    With combinations of fake and real identifying information, fraudsters use these synthetic identities to apply for new accounts, products or auto loans. Crime rings often utilize synthetic identities in large, ongoing financial fraud schemes, repeating these crimes at multiple institutions, exponentially increasing the potential for loss.

    Join us as we discuss the challenges facing financial institutions when combatting synthetic identity fraud in various forms of financial crime, such as loan fraud, deposit fraud, electronic transfer fraud, and new account fraud.

    In this presentation we will discuss:

    - The scale of synthetic identity fraud and how it relates to other financial crimes
    - Common ploys fraudsters use to commit synthetic identity fraud
    - Challenges facing financial institutions to mitigate fraud losses involving - synthetic identity fraud and other evasion methods
    - Real-life examples of fraud schemes and crime rings employing synthetic identity fraud and related illicit activities
    - Best practices and innovative approaches for fraud detection and investigation
  • Proposed Updates to DBRS Morningstar NA Single-Asset/Single-Borrower Methodology
    Proposed Updates to DBRS Morningstar NA Single-Asset/Single-Borrower Methodology
    Erin Stafford Recorded: Dec 13 2019 28 mins
    The presentation will focus on the proposed updates to the combined North American Single-Asset/Single-Borrower Ratings Methodology.
  • Detecting and Reporting on Marijuana/Cannabis Related Businesses
    Detecting and Reporting on Marijuana/Cannabis Related Businesses
    Matthew Lau, CAMS, Product Manager, Guardian Analytics, Mark Stetler, CEO, RegSmart Recorded: Dec 12 2019 46 mins
    Financial Institutions willing to take the risk of banking marijuana-related businesses need to implement stringent KYC and restrictions on types of accounts and transactions used. Experts from RegSmart and Guardian Analytics will demonstrate this process using configurable transaction monitoring rules with key word list to identify marijuana related transactions and detect marijuana related businesses. Leveraging prefilled SAR forms, users can quickly file SARs to FinCEN through a VPN, automating your risk assessment update, while generating a report for your board of directors with Guardian Analytics AML Evidence Lake™ integration with RegSmart.
  • Maximizing Engagement through Seamless Account Opening and Onboarding
    Maximizing Engagement through Seamless Account Opening and Onboarding
    Emmett Higdon, Director, Digital Banking, Javelin Strategy & Research and Andrew Wayman, VP of Digital Banking, Temenos Recorded: Dec 12 2019 61 mins
    Join us to learn the latest findings on digital account opening and onboarding from Javelin Strategy & Research. This engaging webinar will walk you through the gaps in today’s banking environment and illustrate how customer acquisition is changing.
  • Corporate Secretary webinar - Beyond the board assessment: Action to excellence
    Corporate Secretary webinar - Beyond the board assessment: Action to excellence
    Corporate Secretary and Nasdaq Recorded: Dec 11 2019 61 mins
    A meaningful board assessment process is crucial for every high performing board. A well-designed board assessment improves a board’s overall effectiveness, prepares the board to respond to changes and challenges, and exhibits its commitment to continuous improvement.
    Join Corporate Secretary and experts from Nasdaq Governance Solutions as they discuss how action points identified in an effective board assessment allows board to be proactive in addressing key issues and challenges.

    Corporate Secretary has partnered with Nasdaq to deliver you this webinar. Corporate Secretary and Nasdaq will process your personal data for purposes connected with your attendance at the webinar and may send you marketing communications and information that may be of interest to you, as permitted under applicable law. You may choose to unsubscribe at any time by email with ‘unsubscribe’ in the subject line or by clicking on the “unsubscribe” link in any email from us or Nasdaq. Your data will be processed in accordance with Corporate Secretary's privacy policy: www.corporatesecretary.com/content/privacy-policy and Nasdaq’s privacy policy: www.business.nasdaq.com/privacy-statement
  • Drive differentiation from your competition
    Drive differentiation from your competition
    FinTech Futures and Seismic Recorded: Dec 10 2019 46 mins
    Banks are facing increased commoditization pressure. In order to combat that pressure, they are focusing on improving their product offering to compete with peers, but also focusing on enabling their client-facing teams to deliver a differentiated client experience.

    To achieve both of those goals, Banks are ramping up their spend on technology investments to stay ahead of competition, but struggle to prioritize where to invest, whether to build or buy, and how to measure success.

    Join Seismic and FinTech Futures, and guest speaker Dharmesh Mistry, to learn more about the investments that Banks are making in enabling their client facing teams.

    These teams, particularly Relationship Managers, are the messengers of your Bank’s brand and product offering to clients.

    Now, it is as important as ever to ensure these teams are as educated, efficient, and effective as possible when interacting with clients and potential clients.

    RMs, Treasury Sales, and other product specialists should be up to speed on the Bank’s products, position relative to competitors, and brand messaging. They should also be supported with the tools and resources to communicate this information to clients, within the guardrails of compliance.

    After this webinar, you will walk away with:
    •An understanding of enablement trends in Banking
    •A prioritization framework for technology investments
    •Details on how to enable your client-facing teams to deliver a better client experience
  • SEC Enforcement: Current Developments and What’s Ahead for 2020
    SEC Enforcement: Current Developments and What’s Ahead for 2020
    Bill McLucas, Doug Davison, Marty Wilczynski Recorded: Dec 10 2019 68 mins
    In this annual webcast, our panel will discuss key SEC enforcement issues from 2019, now, and what to expect ahead. Among other items, the panel will address:

    • enforcement priorities;
    • current legal and policy issues arising from enforcement cases; and
    • developments in ICO’s; cyber-related matters; insider trading; FCPA; financial reporting; remedies and sanctions; and the Whistleblower Program.

    Please join panelists Bill McLucas from Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP; Doug Davison from Linklaters; and Marty Wilczynski from Ankura Consulting as they address these and other key developments in SEC enforcement.
  • Financial, Physical Supply Chains and Blockchains:  Are We There Yet?
    Financial, Physical Supply Chains and Blockchains: Are We There Yet?
    Martha Bennett, VP, Principal Analyst at Forrester & Gert Sylvest, Co-Founder, GM of Tradeshift Frontiers Recorded: Dec 10 2019 61 mins
    Distributed ledger technology (DLT, AKA blockchain) and the internet of things (IoT) should be ideal companions. Distributed, peer-to-peer, blockchain-based networks enable the sharing of trusted data to support IoT scenarios that are difficult or impossible to implement with more traditional approaches. While these benefits will not emerge overnight, CIOs and CTOs need to understand the realities of blockchain technology in the IoT context. This webinar helps participants assess where blockchain should fit in their IoT plans . . . and vice versa.

    Join Tradeshift for an informative session!
  • Navigating 2020: The outlook for Asia’s markets and economies
    Navigating 2020: The outlook for Asia’s markets and economies
    Matthew Thomas, Asia Bureau Chief, Euromoney Institutional Investor Recorded: Dec 10 2019 46 mins
    As 2019 draws to a close, what might the coming year bring for those with an interest in financial markets? We will discuss four of the major questions that will need answering in 2020.

    Trade war: the beginning of the end?
    • What will a ‘phase one’ trade deal mean for China and the United States?
    • How will it impact Vietnam, Taiwan and other countries that have been forced to navigate trade tensions between the two countries?
    • How confident should investors be in a deal? What are the chances that all of the recent tariffs get rolled back?

    US outlook: When America sneezes
    • What is the outlook for the US economy and, by extension, for the Fed Funds rate? How will that impact Asian economies and markets?
    • How worried should investors be about the US election next year? Will markets react differently to a Democratic Party win than a Republican Party win? What is the best result for the asset markets?

    China outlook: keeping the growth dream alive
    • China’s government is committed to doubling the size of the country’s GDP between 2010 and 2020. Is this ambition on track? What steps is the government taking to ensure it will happen?
    • What should investors expect from China’s markets over the coming year? Where will the USD/CNY rate go?

    What's next for Asia?
    • How have Asian economies endured the uncertainty of the trade war? Which economies show the most promise in the coming?
    • Which Asian asset markets are most attractive to investors at the moment? What are the biggest risk factors to be aware of?

    Moderator:
    • Matthew Thomas, Asia Bureau Chief, Euromoney

    Speakers:
    • David Mann, Global Chief Economist, Standard Chartered
    • Eric Robertsen, Global Head, FX, Rates and Credit Research – Head, Global Strategy, Standard Chartered
  • AEVI at Money20/20 USA: The ultimate merchant experience
    AEVI at Money20/20 USA: The ultimate merchant experience
    FinTech Futures and AEVI Recorded: Dec 9 2019 6 mins
    AEVI at Money20/20 USA: The ultimate merchant experience

    The ultimate merchant experience is so much more than a payment device! AEVI’s Nicky Koopman elaborates on what smart POS is and how to get the most of this new “business-in-a-box” proposition.

    * Maximising the business opportunities with digital/mobile and turning a payment device into an actual business tool
    * The benefits for merchant acquirers as they move from just payment processing to offering a full suite of solutions
    * Tools within AEVI’s solution that independent businesses can use to successfully compete, such as an built-in loyalty system
    * How to handle the changes – including the mentality shift – that are happening both externally and within the organisation

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  • FinTech Futures Weekly Roundup #49
    FinTech Futures Weekly Roundup #49
    FinTech Futures Recorded: Dec 8 2019 3 mins
    The FinTech Futures weekly round-up

    This week we cover:

    * Italy’s largest bank UniCredit to cut 8,000 jobs by 2023 to reward shareholders
    * China gears up digital yuan with potential digitisation of ID cards ahead of 2020 launch
    * Ant Financial to raise $1 billion fund for Southeast Asian and India start-ups
    * South Korea to launch open banking system this month
    * Mexican lendtech start-up Konfio bags $100m investment led by SoftBank

    For more fintech news, please visit https://fintechfutures.com or sign up to our daily newsletter here: http://bit.ly/2Ulw1aS
  • Employee Fraud: Understanding the Threat from Within
    Employee Fraud: Understanding the Threat from Within
    John Hawkin, Verafin Recorded: Dec 6 2019 42 mins
    Presented by Verafin

    In order to protect themselves from evolving external threats, financial institutions continue to strengthen their fraud controls by deploying fraud detection solutions across a variety of channels. However, it is imperative that financial institutions do not overlook the threat from within.

    Financial institutions are especially vulnerable to employee fraud, as fraudsters within the organization have access to large amounts of personal identification information and financial transactional data, along with access to customer accounts. While these schemes can add up to significant fraud losses for financial institutions and their customers, they can also enable other illicit activity and pose significant compliance concerns.

    Join us for this insightful presentation, as we discuss the financial and reputational risks, as well as the potential compliance concerns of employee fraud. Learn the tactics used by internal bad actors and best practices to mitigate losses, including how appropriate monitoring of both employee access logs and transactional activity can alert institutions to fraudulent activity by employees.

    In this educational presentation, you will learn:
    - The scale of the crime of employee fraud, including the potential for losses and compliance considerations
    - Review tactics internal bad actors use to commit fraud against financial institutions
    - Best practices to mitigate losses and protect your institution from internal threats, - including appropriate monitoring and fraud controls
  • Introduction to Carries
    Introduction to Carries
    Emma Jenkins Jan 21 2020 11:00 am UTC 60 mins
    The London Metal Exchange (LME) and Euromoney Learning have launched a practical webinar series to offer you a free taster on some of the themes and topics covered in our introductory courses run globally throughout the year.

    This webinar describe what carries are and how to use them. We explain the difference between borrowing and lending, examine how the shape of the forward curve can impact the profit and loss arising from a carry trade, and work through an illustration of adjusting dates with carries.
  • Enhancing QA Strategy to Achieve Agile Quality Engineering
    Enhancing QA Strategy to Achieve Agile Quality Engineering
    Katie Kavanaugh, QA Director - Mansfield , Vasanth Manickam, Technical Test Manager- Aspire Systems Jan 23 2020 10:00 am UTC 46 mins
    The purpose of this webinar is to discuss how choosing the right Agile Program Framework influences Quality Engineering and Testing. It also briefs how it plays a pivotal role in adding value to the IT landscape of Mansfield.

    Key Takeaways

    •Approach to handling quality through the right combination of Strategical and Tactical Testing
    •How to leverage test automation to help the entire agile process
    •Continuous learning and proactive planning to minimize defects
    •Aligning QA vision abreast the futuristic needs of the business
    •Implementing continuous improvement and assurance that the Agile Program Framework remains relevant
  • Fraud Scams: Red Flags & Best Practices to Prevent Loss
    Fraud Scams: Red Flags & Best Practices to Prevent Loss
    Josh McCarthy, Verafin Jan 24 2020 5:30 pm UTC 59 mins
    Presented by Verafin

    From mass marketing fraud, to romance and work-from-home scams, and Business Email Compromise, savvy fraudsters are targeting your customers with a variety of illicit tactics — and inflicting millions of dollars in losses.

    Join Josh McCarthy as he discusses the potential reputational and financial risks to your institution and outlines best practices to protect your customers from the devastating emotional and financial effects of fraud scams.

    Highlights of this educational webinar include:

    - Evolution of fraud schemes & scams perpetrated through digital channels.
    - Red flags for common scams scenarios targeting customers.
    - Best practices for loss prevention, early detection, and investigation strategies.
    - Role of technology in fraud mitigation, including cloud data and multi-channel analysis.
  • Expert Analysis on ServiceNow New York: Mobile, DevOps & Predictive Intelligence
    Expert Analysis on ServiceNow New York: Mobile, DevOps & Predictive Intelligence
    Sreeni Yallasir, Sr. ServiceNow Architect; Raghav Udupi, Sr. ServiceNow Architect; Stephen Makowski, ServiceNow Consultant Jan 28 2020 3:30 pm UTC 60 mins
    Although ServiceNow has already established itself as an industry leader leveraging its powerful modules and applications, they constantly expand their existing capabilities through new releases. ServiceNow’s latest release “New York” has been launched recently with multiple new features and products. In this webinar, we will conduct an expert analysis on new features and products from the New York release.

    Key takeaways from this session include:

    - Now Mobile App, Agent Mobile App, and Mobile Onboarding App
    - Transform the IT experience with ServiceNow DevOps
    - Guided App Creator
    - Integration Hub: Powerful Integrations & Workflow Automation
    - Predictive Intelligence
    - ITOM : Operational Intelligence
    - Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)
    - Other new features on, SAM, PA, Service Portal and more
  • How Native Payments Can Unlock Value for Your Startup
    How Native Payments Can Unlock Value for Your Startup
    Kristopher Riley, Head of Business Development @ Paystand & Eduardo Lopez, Content Marketing Manager @ Paystand Jan 28 2020 6:00 pm UTC 26 mins
    Are you losing 3-5% of revenue to your payments partner? Using native payments, startups like Airbnb, Lyft, and Shopify are enabling new types of on-platform transactions to drive billions in revenue. Join us for a live webinar on how startups can use native payments to outgrow their competitors.

    What you’ll learn:

    -How Fintech-enabled marketplaces can upend both traditional offline industries and incumbent marketplaces
    -Actionable ways on-platform transactions drive exponential value
    -Our step-by-step process for enabling 2-sided marketplaces
    -How to remove friction during new user on-boarding
  • Why operational excellence in payments is critical to your future success
    Why operational excellence in payments is critical to your future success
    FinTech Futures & Red Hat Jan 29 2020 2:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    Improving your operational efficiency is on the forefront of competitive advantages. And it’s your leadership that is helping you thrive in this hyperconnected world. But could you be doing more? Should you be considering different approaches?

    Join us for this virtual firechat chat from Sibos with Red Hat and FinTech Futures and learn:

    •Steps taken to improve the design of their payment operational processing
    •Strategic tips and lessons learned in building and executing payments strategy
    •How technology that simplifies complexity can also help create a more agile culture?
  • Understanding ASTM’s New Building Energy Assessment Standard E3224-19
    Understanding ASTM’s New Building Energy Assessment Standard E3224-19
    Anthony Buonicore, P.E., Chair, ASTM Building Energy Performance Task Group Jan 29 2020 7:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Sound business considerations, combined with growing regulatory requirements and focus, are driving commercial real estate investors and lenders to include an assessment of building energy performance in the property condition assessment (PCA) that is conducted as part of the property due diligence process prior to the transaction's closing.

    Newly published ASTM E3224-19, Building Energy Performance and Improvement Evaluation (referred to as the “BEPIE”), aims to address this growing need for assessing building energy performance. Its purpose is to identify if a building is under-performing compared to peers, and if so, identify possible measures that might improve energy performance and/or cost. The overall objective is to evaluate what it might take to achieve parity with peer buildings in the area. E3224 is specifically designed to be used in conjunction with ASTM E2018 for property condition assessment. As such, it will become more and more likely that a PCA consultant will be asked to include an assessment of the building’s energy performance.

    Join this webinar when Anthony Buonicore, P.E., Chair, ASTM Building Energy Performance Task Group, will cover the background for E3224, its practical application as part of a PCA, and the opportunity it offers firms who are able to include energy assessments into their scopes of work.

    What You’ll Learn:

    • The regulatory and business driving forces behind building’s energy
    performance assessment
    • The steps in conducting a BEPIE pre-acquisition screening
    assessment
    • The data requirements for a BEPIE
    • How BEPIE results can be integrated into a PCA
    • Why this is a new business opportunity for property due diligence
    consultants
    • The benefit to commercial real estate owners, investors and lenders
  • DBRS Morningstar: 2020 Outlook for European Structured Finance & Covered Bonds
    DBRS Morningstar: 2020 Outlook for European Structured Finance & Covered Bonds
    Gordon Kerr, Head of Global Structured Finance Research Jan 30 2020 3:00 pm UTC 75 mins
    DBRS Morningstar invites you to attend a webinar on the 2020 outlook for European structured finance and covered bonds on 30 January 2020 at 10 a.m. EST/3 p.m. GMT/4 p.m. CET. The webinar will be hosted by Gordon Kerr, Head of Global Structured Finance Research, in London. Gordon will be joined by Christian Aufsatz, Head of European Structured Finance, Paolo Conti, Head of European ABS, Ketan Thaker, Head of European RMBS, Alessio Pignataro, Head of NPL securitisation and Carlos Silva, Head of European Structured Credit.

    The discussion will focus on DBRS Morningstar’s expectations for the year ahead in European securitisation and covered bond markets.
  • The rise of New Account Fraud and how to halt it
    The rise of New Account Fraud and how to halt it
    Tim Ayling - EMEA Sales VP Jan 30 2020 3:30 pm UTC 75 mins
    Online banking must ensure that the onboarding process for new customers is as quick and simple as possible. Afterall, if applications are complicated to complete, prospective customers will give up and look elsewhere. However, by making this process easy for customers, banks could also be leaving the door open to fraudsters who are increasingly using stolen or synthetic identities to open multiple accounts and borrow as much money as they can.

    In this webinar, we’ll take a look at the rising challenge of New Account Fraud and explain the role Behavioral Biometrics plays in stopping fraudsters before they can do any real damage.
  • How to Speed Up Your NetSuite Accounts Receivable Process
    How to Speed Up Your NetSuite Accounts Receivable Process
    Tim Demetres Sr. Account Executive @ Paystand & Ian Wymond Account Executive @ Paystand Jan 30 2020 5:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    Your Accounts Receivable process doesn’t have to require hours of manual tasks to manage it effectively. Using Paystand’s SuiteApp, you can automate everything from invoice to reconciliation without leaving your NetSuite dashboard. Join us for a live chat on how to speed up your A/R process.

    What you’ll learn:

    -Add payment links to Invoices, Sales Orders, and Statements
    -Instantly apply transactions against open invoices in NetSuite
    -Automatically match and reconcile bank transactions
    -Reduce costs with Least Cost Routing and ‘Payer-Pays-Fees’
  • Elder Financial Abuse
    Elder Financial Abuse
    John Hawkin, Verafin Jan 31 2020 5:30 pm UTC 42 mins
    Presented by Verafin


    Elder Financial Abuse is a significant and growing problem issue that has devastating effects on individuals and families. Believed to be largely underreported — financial institutions are facing increased responsibility to help combat the exploitation of vulnerable customers.

    Early detection of red flags and timely reporting to law enforcement are critical to protecting elderly customers from financial loss. This was emphasized in the 2011 Advisory from FinCEN, as well as the 2018 Joint Memorandum encouraging coordination among law enforcement, and adult protective service agencies (APS) to protect issued by CFPB, the Department of the Treasury, and FinCEN.

    Join us for this webinar, as we discuss the scale of Elder Financial Exploitation and outline key considerations from industry publications and guidance, including red flag indicators and best practices for reporting.
     
    In this webinar, you will learn:
    - The scale of Elder Financial Exploitation and the challenges of preventing fraud targeting senior customers.
    - Potential Red Flag Indicators of Elder Financial Exploitation from the FinCEN Advisory
    - Best practices for reporting Elder Financial Exploitation, including Suspicious Activity Reporting, and contacting appropriate local and state-level agencies.
  • Optimize your working capital and supplier relationships at the same time
    Optimize your working capital and supplier relationships at the same time
    Marcus Fromm, Accenture and Jon Vass, Tradeshift Feb 6 2020 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Transport and Logistics industry financial transformation

    Webinar hosted by Marcus Fromm, Managing Director/ Partner, Travel and Transportation Industry Lead, Accenture and Jon Vass, Global Account Director, Airlines and Logistics, Tradeshift.

    In the Transport and logistics industry, your supply chain is the lifeblood of your organization. And while longer payment terms may improve your working capital they can also fray relations with your suppliers. In this webinar we take you through successful options for getting the most out of your working capital while still maintaining good relationships with your suppliers.

    • How major changes/trends and financial digitalisation is shaping the Transport and Logistics industry
    • Explore the benefits of true digital transformation—not just automation of age-old processes.
    • Discover how taking a closer look at back-office operations such as AP can unlock big savings.
    • Learn the critical role supply chain finance plays and how to make it work for you
    • Learn how the big players in the industry are digitizing to transform
  • Leveraging Big Data and Collaborative Investigations for Fraud Prevention
    Leveraging Big Data and Collaborative Investigations for Fraud Prevention
    Brendan Brothers, Verafin Feb 7 2020 5:30 pm UTC 56 mins
    (ACAMS Webinar Rebroadcast)

    In this insightful session, Brendan Brothers, Co-Founder of Verafin and Anti-Financial Crime Specialist, will discuss the evolution of financial crime and how financial institutions can embrace innovative approaches to proactively prevent fraud and combat crime ring activity.

    Brendan will outline how financial institutions can leverage big data, machine learning technology and 314(b) information sharing for effective fraud prevention, including proactive trend identification, reduction in false positive results, and collaborative investigations of multi-institutional crime ring activity.

    Learning Objectives
    - Understand the limitations and challenges of conventional fraud prevention approaches
    - Leveraging big data, machine learning technology, and 314(b) information sharing to mitigate losses and prevent fraud
    - Enhancing detection, strengthening investigations, and improving reporting to law enforcement
  • FinTech Investment Trends
    FinTech Investment Trends
    Innovate Finance Feb 18 2020 2:30 pm UTC 75 mins
    Listen to some of the most active venture investors in FinTech, the trends they are seeing across the landscape and hear about some of companies they are investing in.
  • The enterprise AI conundrum: Build or buy?
    The enterprise AI conundrum: Build or buy?
    VentureBeat Feb 18 2020 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    It’s do or die time: According to Gartner, the global business value from AI leapt by 70 percent last year, to $1.2 trillion, and it will triple to $3.9 trillion in 2022. So enterprises interested in getting on the AI train should jump now -- before you lose some major competitive advantages.

    Of course, the biggest challenge for enterprise companies is figuring out the build versus buy question. There’s the build-in-house model of AI implementation, with open-source toolkits and expensive, but essential new hires. The number of startups offering full-service consultation, with set-up and service is proliferating, but who do you choose, and what do you pay for? And somewhere in between those options there’s the artificial intelligence as a service (AIaaS) approach — and again, the field of vendors is crowded with options.

    There’s no easy, one-size-fits-all answer — but there are experts with real insight into how to identify your business needs, and where to get started implementing AI in the most cost-effective, profitable way possible for your enterprise. To get up front and personal with pros in the trenches now, register now for this VB Live event!

    You'll learn:
    *How to identify your AI needs
    *How to identify your decision criteria
    *The pros and cons of build and buy, and the best situations for each
    *How to get a handle on the true costs of both build and buy
  • How to Achieve GRC Maturity Using ServiceNow - Part 4 (Vendor Risk Management)
    How to Achieve GRC Maturity Using ServiceNow - Part 4 (Vendor Risk Management)
    Clara Abraham, GRC Consultant; Swetha Shankar, ServiceNow Specialist; Lalith Boovaragavan, ServiceNow Evangelist Feb 18 2020 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    The third-party risk is taken seriously only after increased incidents related to vendors and regulators focusing on supplier risk. In this webinar, our experts will conduct an in-depth analysis on ServiceNow GRC’s Vendor Risk Management. They will also suggest ideas on how to overcome traditional vendor risk management challenges through an automated less time-consuming approach.

    Key takeaways from the webinar includes:

    • Obtain timely and reliable information across your vendor
    ecosystem
    • Leverage Vendor Portal to streamline interaction
    • Automate vendor assessments and risk scoring
    • Drive issues to closure with a consistent remediation process
    • Monitor, Prioritize and Automate Response to Third-Party Risk
  • [Webinar] Zugang zu Kapital durch digitale Transformation
    [Webinar] Zugang zu Kapital durch digitale Transformation
    Andreas Thonig, Tradeshift Feb 27 2020 9:00 am UTC 61 mins
    Willkommen zu unserem Webinar, in welchem wir diskutieren, wie Sie mehr Zugang zu Kapital erreichen und die Reibung Ihrer Supply Chain verringern durch die Bewältigung der digitalen Transformation.

    Der Bedarf an Zusammenarbeit zwischen der physischen und finanziellen Supply Chain wächst. Da Supply Chains immer komplexer werden, bringen sie mehr Komplikationen mit. Deshalb müssen sie anpassungsfähiger und kooperativer werden. Der Druck macht sich überall bemerkbar, von Produzenten und Mitarbeitern, die die Logistik abdecken, bis hin zu den Teams, die das Betriebskapital verwalten.

    Um ein anpassungsfähiges Unternehmen zu werden, müssen Unternehmen ihre Supply Chain durch den Einsatz innovativer, digitaler Technologien transformieren, die die Zusammenarbeit in Echtzeit erleichtern, bessere Prozesse einzuführen und dazu beitragen, einen Mehrwert auf dem Markt zu schaffen.

    Nehmen Sie an unserem Webinar teil, in dem wir folgende Themen diskutieren:

    - Vernetzte digitale Erfahrungen mit der Macht die physische und finanzielle Welt zu bewegen
    - Möglichkeiten, die Sie auf prozessorientierte Digitalisierung möglicherweise einschränken.
    - AP, das Datenqualität und Echtzeitanalysen bietet
    - Wie Teams digitale Technologien nutzen können, um den Verkaufswert zu steigern und effektive Beziehungen zu ihren Lieferanten aufzubauen
    - Methoden zur Erreichung der Ziele des Working Capitals, ohne mit den Stakeholders der Supply Chain in Konflikt geraten
  • FICO Webinar: How to Avoid Digital Disruption in the Digital Age
    FICO Webinar: How to Avoid Digital Disruption in the Digital Age
    Darcy Sullivan, VP, EMEA Marketing FICO; Mark Collingwood, VP & Managing Director Growth Industries and DMS at FICO® Feb 27 2020 2:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Banks are universally worried about digital disruption and how it will impact their customer relationships. In response, many are working hard to design strategies that will keep them ahead of the digital curve by delivering products and services that are more personalized, convenient and consistent across channels.

    Please join us for this webinar where we will discuss the results of a recent American Banker survey that asked more than 200 professionals from banks and FinTechs about digital disruption and the evolving needs of their customers. Topics will include:

    *How banks and FinTechs perceive the digital disruption threat
    *Digital strategies for improving customer centricity
    *The relationship between digital disruption and customer expectations
    *How to assess and compare your company’s preparedness for digital disruption to peers
  • C&R Webinar_March03 2020_2PM UK GMT
    C&R Webinar_March03 2020_2PM UK GMT
    Bruce Curry, Vice President, EMEA Collections and Recovery, FICO and John Mcmahon , Sr. Partner, FICO Mar 3 2020 2:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    C&R Webinar_March03 2020_2PM UK GMT
  • Leveraging ISO 20022 in the US - What, why and how?
    Leveraging ISO 20022 in the US - What, why and how?
    Moderator: Lauren Jones | Speakers: Gene Neyer - Icon Solutions, Stacy Rosenthal - Santander, Cheryl Jacobs - Wells Fargo Mar 4 2020 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    The ISO 20022 financial messaging standard is now seeing widespread adoption for domestic and international payments solutions worldwide, including in The Clearing House RTP system, European instant payments and various High Value Payments systems globally.

    ISO 20022 is designed to enable organisations to communicate information across a wide spectrum of financial services applications. It provides a consistent framework and tools to help develop messaging from cards, to interbank payments to securities settlement. It has often been described as a “standard to develop standards”, it has also been described as the “Lego” of financial industry messaging. The structured, rich message format makes it easier to automate processing of financial messages, which can deliver business benefits such as simpler reconciliation and improved STP rates. ISO 20022 also offers the potential for greater interoperability between payment systems, both domestic and global. But it ISO 20022 delivering on these promises?

    Join this webinar and our speakers from Wells Fargo, Santander and Icon Solutions will take stock of ISO 20022 in use today, paint a picture of the future of payments, identify key developments already underway and examine what is needed from market participants. Key insights will be shared from the research as well as on-the-ground perspectives from banks undergoing their own payments transformation program.
  • DMS_WbnrLve_BrightTalk_DigitalTransf_Disruptor_Disruptee-Mar5
    DMS_WbnrLve_BrightTalk_DigitalTransf_Disruptor_Disruptee-Mar5
    Darcy Sullivan, VP, EMEA Marketing FICO; Mark Collingwood, VP & Managing Director Growth Industries and DMS at FICO® Mar 5 2020 2:00 am UTC 30 mins
    This is an EMEA Version of the AmericanBanker webinar that was done in the US on 21st Jan 2020.
    EMEA is having this on the 5th March at 2 pm UK GMT.
  • Auto Webinar_April02_2PM UK GMT
    Auto Webinar_April02_2PM UK GMT
    Andy Noble Apr 2 2020 1:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    Auto Webinar_April02_2PM UK GMT
  • Auto Webinar_April23_2PM UK GMT
    Auto Webinar_April23_2PM UK GMT
    Deepak Panigrahi Apr 23 2020 1:00 pm UTC 30 mins
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