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FinTech Futures and AEVIRecorded: Dec 9 20196 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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* 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
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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
Alexander Clarus, Senior Territory Solution Sales Manager at FICORecorded: Dec 5 201932 mins
FICO Webinar: Debt Management in the Age of Digitalization and AI
05. December 2019
02:00 – 02:30 pm
Nowadays, customer communication in debt management is an important part of a successful business process. However, different customer groups prefer individual communication and want to use self-service options to pay directly or adjust payment terms without having to negotiate with a call center employee. New ways are needed that often challenge companies.
Join this 30-minute webinar and learn more about it:
- Efficiency and effectiveness improvement in recovery despite constant manpower
- The Problem of Scaling Outbound Communication
- Self-service solutions for your customers without configured customer portal
- New ways in debt management automated and digital
Alexander Clarus, Senior Territory Solution Sales Manager at FICO
Alexander Clarus is responsible for Customer Communications Services from the FICO product portfolio within the DACH region and Eastern Europe. Prior to this, he was involved in strategic business development in various start-ups (digitization and payments as well as cloud computing and infrastructure) and successfully introduced digital business models in various markets. With his passion for disruptive business models and technologies, he understands himself as a part and driver of the digital transformation. He holds a Diploma in Business Engineering from the University of Lübeck.
Alexander Clarus, Senior Territory Solution Sales Manager bei FICORecorded: Dec 5 201930 mins
Forderungsmanagement im Zeitalter von Digitalisierung und AI
FICO Webinar: Forderungsmanagement im Zeitalter von Digitalisierung und AI Teil 1
Kundenkommunikation im Forderungsmanagement ist heutzutage ein wichtiger Bestandteil eines erfolgreichen Geschäftsprozess. Jedoch bevorzugen unterschiedliche Kundengruppen auch eine entsprechend individuelle Kommunikation. Neue Wege sind gefragt, die Unternehmen oftmals vor immense Herausforderungen stellen.
Nehmen Sie an diesem 30-minütigen Webinar teil und erfahren mehr über:
- Effizienz und Effektivitätssteigerung in der Beitreibung trotz gleichbleibender Manpower
- Die Problemstellung in der Skalierung der Outbound Kommunikation
- Self-Service Lösungen für Ihre Kunden ohne konfiguriertes Kundenportal
- Neue Wege im Forderungsmanagement automatisiert und digital
Alexander Clarus, Senior Territory Solution Sales Manager bei FICO
Alexander Clarus zuständig für Customer Communications Services aus dem FICO Produktportfolio und verantwortet dabei die DACH Region sowie Osteuropa. Zuvor hat er die strategische Geschäftsfeldentwicklung in verschiedenen Startups (Digitalisierung und Payments sowie Cloudcomputing und Infrastructure) betreut und erfolgreich digitale Geschäftsmodelle in verschiedenen Märkten eingeführt. Mit seiner Leidenschaft für disruptive Geschäftsmodelle und Technologien sieht er sich als Teil und Treiber der digitalen Transformation. Er hat ein Diplom im Bereich Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen der Universität Lübeck.
Eric Tran-Le and Sayalee Pawar, Guardian Analytics, Ayelet Biger-Levin, BioCatchRecorded: Dec 4 201957 mins
Behavioral biometrics has been touted as driving a “silent revolution” in authentication, having the potential to restructure the authentication landscape and be the glue that connects the fraud prevention space and the identity management space. With so many possibilities and use cases for this technology, banks and enterprises of all sizes often are overwhelmed with how to incorporate this technology into their technology stack and what applications it is best suited for. Join experts from BioCatch and Guardian Analytics for a live webinar as we explore best practices and how leading financial institutions today are using behavioral biometrics to prevent new account fraud and detect a host of cyberattacks, including highly sophisticated social engineering schemes.
Attend this webinar and understand how behavioral biometrics are used to:
• Detect suspicious user identity on mobile devices
• Enable frictionless and frictionright authentication experience
• Complement other technologies to score the likelihood of payments fraud
Nancy Wu, Sales and Customer Support, SkyStemRecorded: Dec 3 201957 mins
[Live Recording] Join us for an overview of the SEC's Whistleblower Program. Learn about how the program is set up, the extent of damages awarded to date, and the resulting benefits the program has produced for our society at large.
Please note: CPE credit not available for this playback
Joerg Reuter, Senior Consultant of Fraud, Cyber & Compliance, FICO Joerg Reuter applies his skills and eRecorded: Dec 3 201933 mins
Instant Payment- Instant Fraud
Bringen Sie ihre Betrugsbekämpfung auf das nächste Level
03. Dezember 2019
10:00 – 10:30 Uhr
Die Einführung von Instant Payment hat Menschen und Unternehmen, aber auch Kriminellen Vorteile verschafft. In Ländern, die bereits Instant Payment-Zahlungssysteme eingeführt haben, ist der Betrug drastisch gestiegen, einschließlich des autorisierten Push Payment Betrugs aber auch Kontoübernahmen, sowie die Geldwäsche mithilfe von Durchleitungskonten.
Nehmen Sie an diesem 30-minütigen Webinar teil und erfahren:
• Welche altbekannten Betrugsmaschen durch Instant-Payment begünstigt werden
• Welche neuen Methoden der Betrüger von heute anwendet
• Wie Sie Ihre Kunden vor autorisiertem Push-Payment Betrug schützen
• Wie Analytics-Lösung auf Basis von KI und maschinellem Lernen Ihrer erfolgreichen Betrugsstrategie zugrunde liegen
Jörg Reuter, Senior Consultant of Fraud, Cyber & Compliance, FICO
Jörg Reuter setzt seine Fähigkeiten und Erfahrungen ein, um das Leben der Kriminellen so gut es geht zu erschweren. Seine Arbeit im Banken-, Telekommunikations- und Zahlungsverkehrsbereich konzentriert sich auf Betrugsrisikomanagement, Informations-/Cybersicherheit und Compliance. Jörg Reuter hat an Projekten auf der ganzen Welt gearbeitet, in vielen Ländern mit verschiedenen Kulturen, darunter eine 3jährige Tätigkeit in Südostasien. Dies gibt ihm eine einzigartige Perspektive auf die Treiber für Betrug und verschiedene Ansätze zur Bekämpfung von Finanzkriminalität. Als Berater bei FICO hilft er Kunden, die Predictive Analytics, Künstliche Intelligenz und Maschinelles Lernen auf Ihre geschäftlichen Herausforderungen anzuwenden. Schwerpunkte sind unter anderem der Betrug bei neuen Konten (Abonnement-/Anwendungsbetrug), die Übernahme von Konten und Social Engineering-Betrug.
As the cannabis industry continues to grow in the US, financial institutions are facing increased regulatory uncertainty and due diligence challenges for banking marijuana-related businesses (MRBs).
Thorough Customer Due Diligence on MRBs is critical to ensure your institution is meeting BSA requirements for this high-risk customer category. Your compliance program should include effective procedures for identification, risk assessment, periodic reviews, and ongoing surveillance of Marijuana-related Businesses.
Join us for an informative session on the banking of Marijuana-Related Businesses, with a focus on meeting BSA requirements and refining CDD processes for this growing industry.
This educational webinar will include:
- Overview of the scale of the marijuana industry, how derisking impacts the US financial system, and the potential BSA/AML risks of this high-risk customer category.
- Highlights from U.S. House Financial Services Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Financial Institutions entitled Challenges and Solutions: Access to Banking Services for Cannabis-Related Businesses
- Review of highlights from FinCEN Guidance, including red flags and BSA compliance obligations for Marijuana-Related Businesses.
- Discussion on the challenges of Customer Due Diligence for high-risk customers, including identification, risk assessment and scoring, monitoring, and managing risk reviews for Marijuana-Related Businesses.
- Discussion on the role of data and technology to improve customer due diligence, risk management and compliance processes for Marijuana-Related Businesses.
UnaVista | LSEG | Delta CapitaRecorded: Nov 27 201961 mins
UnaVista and Delta Capita discuss the importance of testing as a way of preparing for reporting obligations under this important upcoming regulation.
The webinar provides an insight into the market issues today and a detailed exam of industry standards-based testing, the benefits of that approach and a number of best practice examples.
Key points include:
• SFTR challenges for the buy-side
• What is a test pack?
• Testing approach: traceability and best practices
• How this benefits the buy-side
Our panel of experts also discussed quick polls and answered audience questions during the webinar and at the Q&A session.
• Host: Marcus Jeffery, Global Head of Pre-Sales, Director, UnaVista at London Stock Exchange Group
• David Field, Head of Prime Services & Securities Finance, Delta Capita
• Tom Wieczorek, Managing Director, Global Product Management, UnaVista at London Stock Exchange Group
The webinar recording is available to you to view on-demand and share via the same link.
Steve Holt, EY UK FS Cybersecurity LeaderRecorded: Nov 27 201930 mins
As disruptive innovations and new business models transform organizations and communities around the world, their sustainability is threatened by an abundance of cyber risks. This panel discussion aims to explore the importance, challenges and opportunities of cyber innovation, providing insights on global regulation and risk.
Our industry insights tell us that cloud technologies, artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics will shape cybersecurity in the year ahead, with important implications for the financial services sector. However, there is increasing evidence that attackers are targeting third-party vendors — such as cloud providers. On the other hand, as financial services firms invest in and implement digital innovation, cyber hackers are themselves taking advantage of advances in technology to orchestrate attacks.
Cyber risks are no longer the sole responsibility of a single team, but rather of everyone. Organizations need to act now by creating synergy between people, processes and technology.
The panel will be moderated by Steve Holt, EY UK FS Cybersecurity Leader
-Amanda Creak, Regional CISO and EMEA head of technology risk, Goldman Sachs
-Jacqueline Kernot, Cybersecurity Partner, Ernst and Young
-Srimanth Rudraraju, Cloud Director, Ernst and Young LLP
Nancy Wu, Sales and Customer Support, SkyStemRecorded: Nov 26 201957 mins
With the auditors approaching (or maybe they just never left), the accounting team needs to put its best foot (and documentation) forward in order to avoid a long and drawn out affair with the auditors. Join us in this webinar, where we share the best ways to build and maintain your internal controls infrastructure to impress your auditors and make the year-end audit as quick and painless as can be.
Please note: CPE credit not available for this playback.
Brendan Brothers, VerafinRecorded: Nov 22 201956 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.
- 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.
The PRI, UNEP FI and The Generation FoundationRecorded: Nov 22 20195 mins
Fiduciary Duty in the 21st Century, a collaboration between the PRI and UNEP FI with generous financial support from The Generation Foundation, contributes an extensive evidence base to end the debate on whether fiduciary duty is a legitimate barrier to the integration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues in investment practice and decision-making.
Hear from market actors themselves how governments are updating their frameworks, regulators are moving to support the updated conception of fiduciary duty, and investors are also expressing and working towards aligning economic and sustainability objectives.
The project finds that in the 21st century there has been a marked growth in responsible investment regulation and policy around the globe. Investors that fail to incorporate ESG issues are failing their fiduciary duties and are increasingly likely to be subject to legal challenge.
While the conceptual debate around whether ESG issues are a requirement of investor duties and obligations is now over, there are several areas where further work is required.
Visit http://www.fiduciaryduty21.org for more details.
Nancy Wu, Sales and Customer Support, SkyStemRecorded: Nov 21 201959 mins
[Live Recording] It's time to show some love for the workhorse of the financial close process -- balance sheet account reconciliations! Join us in this webinar, where we share best practices on how to think about the reconciliation work each month, when best to do reconciliations, how they should be prepared, and some common pitfalls to avoid.
Please note: CPE credit not available for this playback.
Susana Lopes, Senior Product Manager at OnfidoRecorded: Nov 20 201923 mins
What does effective onboarding look like? It’s a balancing act. With user friction, identity proofing and effective KYC all fighting for attention. In this webinar, Susana Lopes, Senior Product Manager at Onfido, considers how best to assess these competing factors in creating an ideal user onboarding flow, and how biometrics can help to mitigate traditional tensions.
She will be discussing:
- The evolution of account opening in the modern age and how user experiences have changed
- The principles of proportional risk, and how they can help you ask for more at the right moments
- How biometrics can help increase security and confidence in identity proofing
Zach Braford, Director of Product Management, PRGXRecorded: Nov 20 201923 mins
In this webinar, "A Playbook of Success for Recovery Audit," you'll discover four ways to get the most out of your Recovery Audit. Industry expert and Director of Product Development at PRGX, Zach Braford, outlines real-life winning strategies used for our clients.
In this webinar, we explore:
1. How to extract more benefits by engaging in detailed audits
2. How to increase the value of your audit by increasing the scope
3. How to manage an audit in a global company
4. Defining a playbook of success for your company
Nancy Wu, Sales and Customer Support, SkyStemRecorded: Nov 19 201955 mins
[Live Recording] It's time to spruce up the close checklist! Join us in this webinar where we will revisit best practices as well as practical tips to help improve the financial close process. Whether you have a close checklist, a close calendar, or even if you are still forming a close process, these practices will surely help your period-end close.
Please note: CPE credit not available for this playback
Jacqui Taylor, David NobleRecorded: Nov 19 201947 mins
With threats on the rise and an ever-growing patchwork of legislative requirements to manage, it's never been more challenging for multi-national firms to manage cyber-related risk. In fact, the average cost of cybercrime for financial institutions has jumped by $1.4 million over the past year to reach $13m.
Join this CUBE 45-minute webcast with leading Cybersecurity expert Dr Jacqui Taylor and regulatory change expert David Noble as we cover the following hot topics:
- The volume, velocity and variety of cybersecurity regulation
- Regulatory change challenges faced by financial institutions, where manual regulatory processes are managed across multiple jurisdictions
- The high cost and risk associated with non-compliance
- New approaches based on evidence for cybersecurity
- Is RegTech is the way forward to managing regulatory change?
- Embracing the internet of things as we transition to the Empathy Economy
For more information on automating regulatory change, visit www.cube.global/solution
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)
Nancy Wu, Sales and Customer Support, SkyStemRecorded: Nov 14 201958 mins
[Live Recording] Metamorphosis describes the process of transformation from a child form to a mature form in two or more distinct stages. Within your organization, some of the key finance processes have worked the same way for decades, and could probably benefit from a transformation of sorts. Join us in this webinar where we explore common technologies that can be easy incorporated into your current processes to modernize the traditional workplace. We'll cover everything from time and expense reporting, to accounts payable, to budgeting as well as financial close automation.
Please note: CPE credit not available for this playback
Mickey Martin - Principal Sales Engineer, OnfidoRecorded: Nov 14 201933 mins
Expectations of online businesses have never been higher. Customers expect personalised experiences and high platform security, while demanding more streamlined registration processes. And if they don’t get them, they’ll take their business elsewhere.
Resultantly, businesses are experiencing a profound tension. How do you balance frictionless registration, and effective identity management - so that customers are more than just an email and password in a database?
In this webinar Mickey Martin will be discussing how registration as a service systems can effortlessly anchor customers to proofed identities in an easy and secure way, maintaining data integrity and facilitating much wider CIAM ecosystems.
We’ll be discussing how:
• CIAM systems can allow businesses to offer more secure and personalised experiences.
• CIAM systems can empower customers to take control of their identity, performing secure account recovery and verification actions using their identity documents.
• Registration as a service can both eliminate friction at account opening and securely proof identities.
• Data integrity is all but guaranteed, letting you focus more resources on what matters to your business.
(This webinar was originally presented in collaboration with iSMG Media Group)
Bruce Curry, Vice President, EMEA Collections and Recovery, FICO - 3 key drivers of C&R operating model changeRecorded: Nov 14 201917 mins
Join this 15’ webinar for an update on the latest trends for an agile cloud-based Collections and Recovery (C&R) operation.
C&R is not different to any other part of the organisation, it seeks regulatory adherence, low TCO and Impairments, whilst achieving high staff and customer satisfaction. So much is changing that a necessary capability to assure success is an agile operating model. As we start to talk C&RaaS, what are the key determinates impacting the near-term operating model?
Bruce Curry, Vice President, Collections and Recovery EMEA, FICO
David Bailey, FintechPractice Lead, FICO
John McMahon, Senior Partner, Collections and Recovery EMEA, FICO
Following the huge demand to attend the in-person taster session for the Certificate in Sustainable Investing and Finance (CSIF) in London on November 27th ( https://www.responsible-investor.com/events/events_page/csif_pre_course_with_andreas_hoepner_london/ )we are broadcasting a shorter version via a webinar on Tuesday 10th December.
The CSIF program aims to introduce sustainable investment professionals and intermediaries from the responsible investment space into modern finance and investment practice. It provides sustainable investment proponents with deeply needed technical and conceptual knowledge of financial markets, and modern methods of financial decision-making such as financial data science.
The webinar will include:
1 Why Climate Transition Investing (CTI)?
1a) The fine but crucial differences between the ‘Net Zero’ and the ’2 degree’ target
1b) CTI & the IPCC trajectory: ‘Developed by scientists’ not just ‘science-based’1c) Imperatives for the Global GHG Diet: Discipline & Measurement
2) What is Climate Transition Investing (CTI)?
2a) The Planet Parameter: -7% on average per annum
2b) Baselines for both versions of Climate Transition Investing
2c) Greenwashing Preventions
3) How can anyone advance in Climate Transition Investing (CTI)?
3a) Climate Transition Investing across Asset Classes
3b) Estimating Absolute GHG emissions
3c) Scaling GHG Intensity measures without sectoral bias (i.e. GHG/revenue is biased in favour of Coal and Integrated O&G)
Vanessa Hodgkinson, Especialista de Retail, OpenbravoDec 10 20194:00 pmUTC42 mins
Tras una breve introducción sobre lo mucho que ha crecido la omnicanalidad como tendencia entre los minoristas, hablaré de las principales ventajas que creo que aporta a los minoristas el traslado a la nube. Después, describiré brevemente Openbravo Commerce Cloud, nuestra plataforma móvil y en la nube para el comercio omnicanal.
Dimi Radu - Senior Document Specialist | Simon Horswell - Senior Document SpecialistDec 10 20194:00 pmUTC49 mins
Our document specialist team are our frontline against fraud. They analyse both genuine and fake documents from all over the globe to identify and highlight their weaknesses and strengths, so we can outfox the fraudsters.
Following our 2019 Fraud Index, our experts look forward and sharing their predictions for 2020 in the world of identity fraud. Join us to learn what security threats and attack vectors will be making waves next year, what they expect to see more (and less of), and how you can protect yourself and your business.
FinTech Futures and SeismicDec 10 20197:00 pmUTC60 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
Bob Shawgo - Financial Product Expert, Alejandro Perez - CEO, Komet SalesDec 11 20196:00 pmUTC54 mins
“I’m a strong believer that if a mechanical task can be done by software, it should not be done by a human being who could use that time for value-added activities.” – Alejandro Perez, CEO Komet Sales
Freeing people to do more and be more strategic is key to successfully growing a business, but how do you make that possible? When you’re stuck with a starter financial software like QuickBooks it’s not possible.
So what do you do?
Join us for a discussion with Sage Intacct customer and CEO of Komet Sales as he explores the obstacles that held his company back from exciting growth and the tools needed to automate background tasks, free up more person hours and electrify his company’s growth. We'll discuss:
- Making the switch from QuickBooks to something more robust
- The tools and best practices you can employ to free up time and get more done
- How the right financial tool like Sage Intacct can shorten your close by as much as 79%
Jon Daniells, CCa Audit Director Cc, US | Sara Clark, Director of Product Management, USDec 11 20196:00 pmUTC60 mins
Boosting the value delivered from your Contract Audit Program
Traditionally, supplier contract audits have principally focused on finding past billings errors and working to recover those overbillings. However, as organizations gain a more sophisticated appreciation for the deep intelligence gained through contract audits, they are now demanding new strategies that are designed to locate errors sooner and prevent the same mistakes from being repeated. Historical recoveries, while still a desired outcome where they exist, are seen as a byproduct of the central objective, fixing problems that return even more significant value through recurring future cost savings.
In this webinar, PRGX contract audit experts Jon Daniells and Sara Clark will recommend strategies for enhancing the value of your organization’s supplier audit program, while outlining the steps to help you recover lost profits sooner. Key takeaways from this webinar include:
- Pathway to prevention: Learn the broad spectrum of where overpayment problems originate and how best to identify and fix the root causes
- Supercharging your results: How evolving the maturity of your contract audit program will exponentially expand value to your company
- From reactive to proactive: Key steps to building a program which identifies issues quicker, leading to immediate and sustained cost savings
Responsible Investor's 4-part webinar series "ESG data: mind the gap" brings together the different perspectives of corporates, investors and actors on differing views and challenges, exploring the existing gaps, solutions and offering best practice examples.
This second webinar of the four-part series will focus on defining alternative ESG data from a corporate perspective, the potential impact on company valuations of such data, and how this data may be used by investors to identify risks and opportunities.
Truvalue Labs - Thomas Kuh, Head of Index
Brunel Pensions - Helen Price, Assistant Investment Officer, Brunel Pension Partnership Ltd
Moderator: Helen Wood-Gush, Senior ESG Consultant, Responsible Investor
Questions for discussion may include:
- What is alternative data, where does it come from, and how is used in ESG ratings and indices?
- Has the big data revolution allowed investors to become less reliant on voluntary corporate disclosures?
- What challenges does the use of big data by investors pose to corporate disclosure requirements and practices?
- What is the process for identifying the relevant signals to achieve better investment objectives?
- How can companies participate in the alternative/big data conversation with investors?
- How can the data that companies generate add value to the pool of “alternative/big data” used in market valuation?
- What additional types of data should companies be seeking to generate?
- What types of technological solutions, processes and platforms can corporations and investors use to help ensure financially material qualitative S and G data is appropriately considered in relation to the market valuation of companies?
Matthew Lau, CAMS, Product Manager, Guardian Analytics, Mark Stetler, CEO, RegSmartDec 12 20197:00 pmUTC60 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.
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
Timmy Nielsen, Product Marketing Manager, GoCardlessDec 16 201910:00 amUTC43 mins
Expanding into Europe poses its own set of challenges - Multiple languages, local regulations, complex VAT scenarios and a unique set of compliance rules. Learn how to tackle all this to exceed revenue expectations in Europe.
Key takeaways from this webinar include:
- Nuances of the European market and transforming your billing to accommodate them
- The 8 dimensions of payments you need to sell successfully in Europe
- Understanding PSD2, and what it means to your SaaS business
- Staying on top of EU-VAT and compliance regulations in Europe
- And more!
While growing at an exponential rate, the green finance market is still in its infancy and is awash in mislabelled “sustainable” investment products. What is considered “green” varies from investor to investor and from bank to bank and across regions, both in terms of business clientele and financial offerings from the sector. As regulators across Europe, the UK and in North America increase pressure on investment managers to increase the transparency of financial product labelling.
As countries get serious about net-zero emissions targets in line with the recommendations of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, pressure is growing for policymakers to mandate unified definitions of “green” finance and introduce compulsory disclosures.
In a recent Morgan Stanley survey of institutional investors, 70% said they are integrating sustainable investing into their investment process, signalling just how quickly the environmental, social and governance (ESG) imperative is catching on. Despite this, the ESG narrative is dominated by asset managers and NGOs. Asset owners - pension funds, endowments, foundations and other large institutional investors - are generally kept in the dark as to what “sustainable” and “green” actually mean in the context of their investment funds.
This webinar will ask tough questions about what a new wave of transparency in fund labelling and fee disclosure could mean for global investors who are committed to going green.
Kevin Trilli, Chief Product Officer at Onfido and Karen Webster, CEO at PYMNTSDec 16 20193:00 pmUTC57 mins
Identity theft is the fastest-growing crime in the U.S. Globally, one in 60 online transactions are fraudulent. So, if you fail to catch that fraud, the cost to your business – both reputational and financial – can be catastrophic.
PYMNTS CEO Karen Webster and Kevin Trilli, chief product officer at Onfido, discuss the current trends in fraud techniques, and reveal how risk and fraud managers can utilize new technologies to catch them.
Attendees will learn:
- The most common identity document fraud techniques and how to spot them
- The challenges of tackling 3D fraud in digital, 2D environments
- How AI and biometrics are changing the face of online security and access
- Why fighting fraud will require a mix of human and machine expertise
Parker Crockford, Director of Policy & Strategic Accounts, Onfido & John Beccia, Co-founder and CEO, FS VectorDec 17 20193:00 pmUTC44 mins
Identity fraud cost the United States $16.8 billion in 2017. For Financial Services, the issue is acute. Thanks to a recent spate of data breaches, SSNs and other traditional identifiers are no longer fit for purpose. But without identity verification, new customers can’t be onboarded.
Increasingly strict KYC and CDD regulations are raising fresh challenges. Add too much friction, and the user experience suffers. New solutions will need new thinking – and new technologies.
Join this webinar to learn:
- How new regulations like NIST, the Banking Reform Act and GDPR are driving disruption in financial services
- How financial services can leverage new technologies like biometrics, AI and machine learning for more scalable and secure digital onboarding
- Why passive data proofing is no longer enough – and which authentication approaches to avoid
ー2019年10月OECD Forum on Green Finance and Investment から見えたもの
12月19日木曜日 日本時間17:00 (30分)
Responsible Investor 共同創業者ヒュー・ウィーランは、自身が全体進行を務めた10月のOECD Forum on Green Finance and Investmentを受けて、「規制と経済を混ぜ合わすグリーンファイナンスのミキサーがついに回り出した」と表現しました。パート２では、フォーラムの主要なポイントを振り返り、日本銀行のNGFS加入をはじめ、より直近の動きも参照しながら、日本市場にとっての意義を検討します。
Husayn Kassai, CEO, OnfidoDec 19 20193:00 pmUTC34 mins
Disruptive innovation is a phrase on the tip of every tongue. A concept that’s redefined industries and toppled organisations. Its effects are far-reaching. Disruptive innovation has already transformed fundamental services like transportation and reinvented how we consume entertainment. Now it’s starting to influence financial services. It seems that everyone is searching for that disruption, but few can define what it is and how to find it.
In this webinar, Husayn Kassai, co-founder of Onfido, examines exactly what disruptive innovation is, and how it’s being applied to trade and finance.
Parker Crockford – Director of Policy & Strategic Accounts, Onfido | Mohan Mahadevan – VP of Research, OnfidoDec 20 20193:00 pmUTC55 mins
The way we verify our identities is changing. With traditional enterprises evolving and taking their operations fully digital, and newer all-digital businesses are growing exponentially, it makes sense that identity verification and KYC move online too. But in a remote setting, it’s hard for businesses to scale up their user onboarding without also increasing risk. Now, many are turning to AI-based solutions to meet that need.
From hybrid to augmented, machine learning to deep learning, there are lots of new approaches to identity verification out there. But how can businesses tell the difference between buzzword and true black box, and what are the benefits of each?
In this discussion, we’ll decode the various different applications of AI to the identity verification problem. We’ll also discuss how to use these new technologies to increase efficiencies at scale and provide exceptional customer experiences.
Join this expert panel webinar to hear a dynamic panel discussion on:
-The challenges of traditional methods of identity verification, and why enterprises are turning to AI
-The different ways AI can be applied for more efficient identity verification
-The benefits of a hybrid human-AI approach
-A new identity reality: How will we be able to use our identities in future
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.
Brendan Brothers, VerafinDec 27 20195:30 pmUTC54 mins
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.
Susana Lopes, Biometrics Product Manager & Niamh Cassidy, Head of ContentDec 30 20193:00 pmUTC21 mins
Biometric technology has been gathering traction and is becoming almost ubiquitous across a range of industries and applications. But how does it work, what are the benefits, and what do businesses need to look at when implementing the technology?
Watch this Q&A with Onfido’s biometrics expert, Susana Lopes, to learn:
- The new trends and tech that are seeing biometrics replace traditional identifiers
- Why a single biometric isn’t a silver bullet, and why multi-factor doesn’t always mean more secure
- The difference between behavioural and biological biometrics, and which will work best for your users
- What should be on your checklist when implementing biometric solutions.
Del Nadarajah, Director at Deloitte and Yuelin Li, VP Strategy at OnfidoJan 2 20202:00 pmUTC42 mins
The financial services industry is torn between the twin disruptions of rapidly-changing consumer expectations, and the equally rapid advance of regulation.
But do these two forces always need to be in opposition? Or is there a way for financial services to align the goals of regulations with customer demand?
Exploring the regulations that matter most and how they affect the industry, this talk will look at ways to build a customer centric business while still meeting the goals of regulation.
Join this webinar to hear from Del Nadarajah, Director at Deloitte, and Yuelin Li, VP Strategy at Onfido, and learn about:
- Key trends in financial services and regulation
- The evolution of FinCrime
- Which regulations are changing the consumer financial services landscape
- The current state of play in digital identity
- Best practice in customer centricity
- The fragmented customer journey and the future of holistic digital identity approaches
Josh Morrison, Solutions Specialist, Business Development, PRGXJan 28 20206:30 pmUTC56 mins
Many challenges exist throughout the Source-to-Pay (S2P) cycle. Companies are constantly challenged to find new efficiencies, identify leakage points to capture savings, and strategize around new profit-driving and growth opportunities.
In this webinar, you will hear about the real keys to successfully managing your S2P processes, and the strategies and techniques that can be used by any organization to increase efficiency and effectiveness.
In this webinar, our Global Director of Solution Consulting, Josh Morrison and Former CPO of UPS, Gary Kallenbach speak on how the best companies in the world optimize their S2P process.
FinTech Futures & Red HatJan 29 20202:00 pmUTC30 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?
How will investors respond to green fiscal policy and a new wave of action on climate targets from the world’s central bankers? Join us to find out what’s in store for 2020 as central banks and prudential regulators ramp up action on climate risk and sustainable finance.
To kick-off 2020, RI is bringing together global central banking leaders to consider how ESG and climate risk integration into central banking and monetary policy could influence the investment decision-making of global investors.
As fiscal policy makers and macroprudential regulators within the Network for Greening the Financial System get down to business, investors are waking up to the potential for climate-aligned monetary policy that could nudge economies towards alignment with the 2 degree targets committed to in the Paris Agreement. With major economies like China, India, and Mexico getting serious about financial system alignment with climate targets, who is leading?
From the integration of climate risk management into the work of supervisory authorities to the incorporation of sustainability criteria into central banks’ portfolio management functions for the world’s largest treasuries, many central banks and prudential regulators are moving faster than the investment community. This webinar is a chance for the global investment community to better understand what’s in store and to discuss investor responses to the greening of central bank balance sheets.
Willl Auchincloss, VP Advisory & Analytics, PRGX | Jennifer Cyra, Former SVP Merchandising & Private Brands Office DepotFeb 25 20206:30 pmUTC31 mins
Continuous channel shifts create competitive pressure for retailers to invest more in pricing and customer strategy, but greater complexity of data in today’s changing world and a lack of tools to tackle these new issues means that both managing margins and buying better are becoming more challenging than ever.
In the next installment of PRGX’s Retail Webinar Series, learn how PRGX’s Merchandise Margin Improvement (MMI) solution attacks this margin leakage problem by using modern technologies and a big-data approach.
Listeners will come away with information on how their companies could reduce COGS, increase working capital, and gain insights into the following value-enriching opportunities: