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The latest weekly video covers:
• BNP Paribas makes a Magic Leap to teleportation meetings
• Swedish refinancing start-up Anyfin eyes European expansion with €8m investment
• Scale Insights moves to the UK following investment from Nationwide
• Brits want their banks to offer the latest fintech services but are not ready to use them
Miguel Torres - Principal Architect, TIBCO Software Inc.Recorded: May 20 201951 mins
Blockchain, the tech underneath the exploding cryptocurrency Bitcoin, is turning the supply chain world upside down – in a good way! Blockchain is shaping up to be the answer to many supply chain problems, like lack of trust, transparency, and traceability. Want to know how you can take advantage of this emerging technology and become a digital supply chain leader?
Join this session to learn how blockchain is transforming the supply chain world, the pros and cons of creating your own global supply chain blockchain, and solution offerings to make blockchain a reality for you. The session will discuss all of the benefits, challenges, and requirements of integrating into global blockchain with a live demo demonstrating a real-world example.
What you will learn:
Benefits of blockchain in the supply chain world
-Tamper proof system
-Minimize courier costs
-Improve inventory management
Public versus permissioned blockchains
How to integrate into a permissioned supply chain blockchain
This special episode of DiverCity Podcast was recorded at the Innovate Finance Global Summit 2019 in London, featuring interviews with CEOs from across the industry, each offering insights and opinions about where to find the talent the industry needs.
Hear highlights from Charlotte Croswell CEO of Innovate Finance and her further thoughts in her interview. Tom Bull of EY offers early insights into the fintech Census and Alison Rose of NatWest Holdings and RBS updates on the Prime Minister and Treasury’s review of female entrepreneurship ‘The Rose Review’.
Tim Levine of Augmentum Capital, Karen Rudich of FireDrake, Adam Toms of Openfin, Ben Brabyn of Level39 and Husayn Kassai of Onfido each offer a wide range of perspectives including how we can best educate and attract young people into fintech, tap into diverse pools, how businesses can scale up and accelerate their pace of change, the changing face of leadership in tech, what we need post Brexit and more.
Nick Caley, ForgeRock and Hakan Eroglu, AccentureRecorded: May 17 201960 mins
Join our live webinar with Accenture's Hakan Eroglu, Senior Manager – Open Banking Lead Europe and Global Expert, Payments & Digitization, and ForgeRock's Nick Caley, Vice President Financial Services & Regulatory.
PSD2 and UK Open Banking regulation – a legal demand or enabler of value-added services via ecosystems and platforms?
In this webinar we will answer:
•What market segment has the biggest potential of Open Banking in terms of real value-add for customers and revenue growth – Retail, SMEs, Corporates?
•How will open APIs change the customer journey and experience in the banking and payments space?
• How are banks adapting their business and operating models to embrace innovation and generate new revenue streams?
•What are the roadblocks? API standards, security and data protection?
Across Europe banks, fintechs, payment processors and card issuers are adapting to the new landscape for payments and customer account data. As you architect and develop PSD2 solutions for customers, take some time to hear from Accenture and ForgeRock experts on how to go beyond the regulation.
Donald E. Hester; Robert DeRoeck; Ron PuccinelliRecorded: May 16 201963 mins
As an IT auditor for local governments, one of the most often asked I get during audits is who should setup user access in the financial application. There is a debate of whether it should be IT or finance staff that create accounts and setup access. As with any professional my answer is it depends. It depends upon other controls that might be in place. What I like to do with clients is walk them through the needs and risks to help them design and understand the process they come up with. Let’s walk thought the logic and see what might be the best answer for your organization. Plus, we will answer a question from a listener on hacking Instagram accounts.
Danny W. Stout,, David SweenorRecorded: May 16 201942 mins
If yours is like most organizations, you are keenly aware that analytics is the fuel for a successful digital transformation. So, given that you have access to voluminous amounts of data and a plethora of algorithms, is there a secret ingredient that you (and most other organizations) are missing?
To deliver predictive insights, you need to increase focus on deployment, management, and monitoring of analytic models. To monetize and realize the value of data science, you need to focus on production refinement. This is the secret ingredient leading to competitive advantage. Watch this webinar to learn more.
Danny W. Stout, Ph.D., Senior Solutions Consultant and Pre-Sales Professional, TIBCO Data Science, TIBCO Software
David Sweenor, Global Analytics Marketing Leader, TIBCO Software
Parker Crockford – Director of Policy & Strategic Accounts, Onfido | Mohan Mahadevan – VP of Research, OnfidoRecorded: May 15 201955 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
Armin Ebrahimi - CEO and Founder of ShoCardRecorded: May 15 201957 mins
A discussion on improving the identity management and sharing protocols of today, which are currently fraught with vulnerabilities that turn them into lucrative honeypots for malicious actors – consider the recent breaches of Equifax, Facebook, etc.
Ebrahimi will explain how the use of new technologies (blockchain, zero-knowledge cryptography) can be used to lay the foundations for a revolutionary new identity ecosystem, and assess the impact it will have on legacy sectors.
As fintech rapidly iterates over a traditionally conservative banking industry, it’s important that identity, which is heavily linked to this (consider KYC/AML, signing up for services, etc.), evolves in tandem. It’s now possible to replace inefficient and unsafe practices with vastly more secure offerings that put end user privacy and security at their core.
Experian's: Mike Sheridan, Client Director, Wealth, Life & Pensions, and Mark Pearce, Strategic Business Development DirectorRecorded: May 15 201933 mins
The introduction of the Pensions Dashboard presents a transformative opportunity for the pensions industry, driving greater public engagement and boosting long-term savings.
To ensure success, it’s vital that from the outset users can easily validate themselves and only the correct data is shown to the correct person. Inaccurate data going into the dashboard will result in a poor outcome for customers, potential penalties for the providers, and customers will be unlikely to return to the dashboard as a result.
Experian’s work with Pension Providers has shown data quality to be challenge for the industry. It’s essential Pension Providers tackle this challenge and focus on improving the quality of their customer data for the dashboard to be a success, and providers to reap the benefits.
Join this webinar to hear from Experian pension specialists as they discuss:
· Key takeaways from the DWP’s Feasibility Report
· Data challenges facing pension organisations
· Why data quality is key to Pension Dashboard success
· What steps you can take to begin to address your data quality challenges
Dean Nicolls, VP of Global Marketing, JumioRecorded: May 14 201921 mins
While many of us have heard of AI and machine learning, it’s become clear that these technologies by themselves have shortcomings and cannot be relied on exclusively to verify the digital identities of new users accurately.
Augmented intelligence is being pioneered to reinforce the role human intelligence plays when using machine learning and deep learning algorithms to identify fraudulent IDs and unearth fraud patterns.
Join Jumio's VP of Marketing, Dean Nicolls, as he discusses emerging best practices surrounding augmented intelligence.
Selected topics include:
-The difference between augmented intelligence, machine learning, and artificial intelligence
-Why AI and machine learning, by themselves, are insufficient for identity verification
-The critical conditions required for augmented intelligence
-How augmented intelligence is improving verification accuracy and speed
Antony Lewis, Director of Digital Assets, R3Recorded: May 14 201964 mins
In this session Antony Lewis, Director of Digital Assets at R3, describes how the crypto community and traditional finance communities are finally appreciating each others strengths and are coming together to create new ways of issuing and managing assets as tokens on blockchains.
How are tokens different to account balances? What benefits do they offer? And how will this impact the industry? Join this session to find out more.
Shane Swiderek, Product Marketing Manager, TIBCO Software and Gene Arnold, Senior Solutions Consultant, TIBCO SoftwareRecorded: May 9 201960 mins
Setting up a reporting system is a process: Connect to data. Integrate data. Develop reports. Distribute reports. It sounds so simple, yet those who have done it, know it is far from easy.
Too often the process involves writing painful integration code, multi-page queries, custom report logic, and applying a lot of technical “glue” to get things up and running. In this webinar, you’ll learn a highly simplified process for integrating data and distributing reports—and how it can be used to support many powerful reporting use cases.
-Two popular data integration + reporting use cases
-Step-by-step tutorials on how to set up solutions for burst and event-based reporting
-How to use the Connect capability within TIBCO Cloud™ Integration and TIBCO Jaspersoft® to handle all data integration and reporting needs
-Product Demos and Q&A
Envestnet | Yodlee and FinTech FuturesRecorded: May 9 201959 mins
Customer Consent in an Open Banking World
Join us for a new webinar sponsored by Envestnet | Yodlee and FinTech Futures
Time: 7am PT / 3pm BST
Designed to promote innovation, customer choice, and financial inclusion, open banking offers a wide range of benefits for end users. Yet in order to take advantage of the benefits, customer need to understand the implications and opportunities involved with sharing their data. Wherever your company is located, it pays to fully understand existing and future data privacy mandates so you can educate and empower your customers and gain their informed consent. To find out how, attend our webinar.
Register to learn how to:
• Prepare for privacy and security challenges involved with sharing consumer data
• Educate and empower customers about data permission and privacy without confusing, boring, or scaring them
• Meet requirements for Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) and authorization
• Create an innovative user experience that puts customer transparency and control at the center
• Reduce customer abandonment with the right open banking disclosures
• Streamline data access and ensure end-to-end data security with a secure and trustworthy API
Don’t miss this free webinar on the open banking customer experience.
Scott Gidley, Vice President of Product ManagementRecorded: May 8 201931 mins
We all know that data is the lifeblood of a modern enterprise. But how can your business users action relevant, quality data into their applications for immediate value?
The answer used to be “Build a data catalog”. Data catalogs have grown in popularity as an essential tool for understanding where your data exists and what it is. But, that’s only the first step – and an easy step at that! The harder part is giving your business users self-service access to understand THEIR catalog and enrich the data THEY need when THEY need it … and then allowing them to action it into their analytical or operational applications for rapid insights.
Empowering the business: that’s where an “active data hub” differentiates from a “passive data catalog”.
Join Scott Gidley, VP of Product Management from Zaloni, to learn how real world users are moving away from traditional data catalogs to embrace active data hubs, including:
- How a unified data supply chain removes unwanted tooling and rapidly delivers real business value to departmental or line of business users
- How business users can enrich their data themselves and action it into their business applications - with the right amount of governance and trust
- Test yourself against the data hub maturity curve to determine where you are within your enterprise
Chris Hester, Solutions Architect at AppZen, gives a high-level overview of how AppZen audits every dollar of company spend and showcases the capabilities and key features of our Expense Audit Platform.
Attend this webinar to learn how to
-Reach 100% audit spend
-Proactively enforce policy
-Get employees paid faster
Dean Nicolls, VP of Global Marketing, JumioRecorded: May 7 201918 mins
How to achieve end-to-end identity verification and authentication in today's digital world. Are your customers and users, in fact, who they claim to be? The answer to this question has never been more important.
* What's wrong with the way companies are handling identity proofing and authentication today?
* Why are the lines blurring between identity proofing and authentication?
* Can something as simple as a selfie provide the security, assurance and user experience companies are looking for?
Jumio’s ID Verification allows businesses to establish the genuine identity of their users by verifying government-issued IDs in real time. Jumio’s advanced technologies detect digital manipulations of genuine ID images, content (name, address, date of birth, etc.) and face photo replacements. Jumio’s identity verification and authentication solutions leverage the power of biometrics, AI and more of the latest technologies.
Streamline KYC with age verification featuring real-time response and definitive yes/no answers. Regulations around age-restricted commerce are complex and constantly changing. It’s vitally important to develop an airtight age verification process that keeps products and services intended for adults out of the reach of underage children.
Jumio Screening combines KYC-compliant ID verification with automatic AML screening for new account on-boarding and ongoing monitoring. Make the right AML risk decisions with comprehensive, real-time global coverage of sanctions, watchlists, PEPs and adverse media.
Biometric-based Jumio Authentication establishes the digital identities of your users through the simple act of taking a selfie. Advanced 3D face map technology quickly and securely authenticates and unlocks their digital identities. End-to-end identity verification and authentication.
Del Nadarajah, Director at Deloitte and Yuelin Li, VP Strategy at OnfidoMay 21 20192:00 pmUTC60 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
Kai Zhang, BCLP | Paul Meadowcroft, KonsentusMay 21 20193:00 pmUTC60 mins
PSD2 open banking kicks off in September 14 2019. But do we all understand the liabilities and the issues around this?
There are liabilities around ASPSPs supplying data and based on what checking? What liabilities do the checking services have to the ASPSPs?
TPPs have no contacts with ASPSPs, so what happens in the case of disputes with PSUs?
Where an API provider is involved, what liabilities do they have, what liabilities does a PISP/AISP provider have both in disputes and data breaches? Finally what if any liability does a PSU have?
Panel moderated by:
David Parker, Polymath Consulting
Paul Meadowcroft, Konsentus
Kai Zhang, Associate Director, BCLP
Tim Bartz, Yelena KasianovaMay 21 20193:45 pmUTC45 mins
The buzz around Deep Learning and Big Data have led many decision-makers to believe that Machine Learning alone can recognize intent and provide proper responses without human supervision. Real-world experience proves otherwise.
Our unique patented hybrid approach is flexible and allows enterprise personnel to use linguistic tools to train an AI Assistant into more than an advanced FAQ bot, even without data. Thus collected data from multiple sources is used as context to optimize the solution’s ability to carry on natural language dialogs, embodying the tone, personality, and other attributes consistent with the company’s brand.
Join Tim Bartz, EMEA Presales Consultant at Artificial Solutions as he demos Teneo's Hybrid capabilities.
Introducing Teneo Developers, a new comprehensive resource to allow enterprise developers and partners fast access to experience the power of Teneo. Visit www.teneo.ai to get started for free.
HIPAA requirements can be mind-boggling especially for smaller medical practices. Healthcare businesses of all sizes should comply with several requirements of HIPAA law. There are multiple components of the law involved, such as security, privacy and breach notification provisions. Hear directly from Lorri Doyle, Office Manager, Jacaranda Smiles, about her perspective on HIPAA compliance and how she went about it. Lorri has several years of experience working in a multi-location healthcare practice and will share her experiences and anecdotes related to HIPAA compliance, the challenges and its benefits.
CPE/ CEU Credits: You may be eligible for CEUs or CPE credits at some professional associations by attending this webinar. Please check with your professional association and its policies to see if you may apply for CEUs or CPE credits for this webinar. You can download a certificate of completion from BrightTALK after viewing the entire webinar.
In late 2018 we saw the release of a massive amount of leaked credentials "dumps". These expertly-curated collections highlight the risk posed by credentials leaked from large organizations. Join this webinar to understand how even most novice threat actors have the access and ability to exploit billions of sensitive corporate credentials, and how this threat affects your organization.
Julie Fergerson, Steve DurneyMay 21 20196:00 pmUTC50 mins
In March of 2016, Ethoca brought together some of the world's top ecommerce retailers and banks to create the Friendly Fraud Task Force. Its purpose: Define, measure and - for the first time - solve the ever growing friendly fraud problem. After years of work, we're excited to share the group's initial findings. Most importantly, that a significant amount of friendly fraud can be stopped through real-time merchant-issuer collaboration.
In this webinar we will:
- Define exactly what friendly fraud is and explain how it harms your business
- Review the impact of friendly fraud on the payments ecosystem
- Share eye-opening new survey results, including the growth of friendly
fraud by market segment
- Present early results on how merchants and issuers have joined forces to fight friendly fraud through collaboration
We'll also review some new leanings on how to:
- Deflect disputes and enhance the customer experience by providing issuers and cardholders with detailed merchant information not previously available
- Identify fraud and process fraudulent claims faster
- Increase transaction acceptance and reduce false declines
Meitra Aycock, SVP of Operations, ComdataMay 21 20197:00 pmUTC60 mins
Risk management and fraud protection are evolving every day. Is your organization evolving with them? As fraud continues to rise, it's imperative that organizations understand how they can help protect themselves.
Join Comdata as we discuss:
- How have fraudsters evolved and the main types of data breaches
- What tools and technology to look for in a payments partner to help protect you from fraud
- What to do if you suspect fraud within your organization
AlignMoney is facilitating best in class Credit Card Onboarding experience and helping consumers to consolidate all Business and Personal Credit Cards in One Card or One Wallet that can be controlled through a Mobile App.
Rajesh Patil, Co-Founder of AlignMoney, Digital Align Inc and Rajeshwar Mitra, Co-Founder at Bee Wallet, Radiius Corp
Jeremy Nicholds, CEO, JudopayMay 22 20199:00 amUTC45 mins
We’re living in an increasingly mobile world.
Today, over 60% of total e-commerce sales worldwide are done on mobiles. By 2021, this is expected to be nearer to 75% (12.8% of total global retail sales). In 2018, 52.2 percent of all website traffic worldwide was generated through mobile phones.
Join Jeremy Nicholds to discuss how to best prepare for a rising consumer preference for mobile, the challenges of selling on the move, and the technology solutions that enable the best mobile checkout experience for your customers.
Marten Nelson, Co-founder and CMO, TokenMay 22 201910:00 amUTC45 mins
Payments have evolved dramatically in the past five years, but for real transformation to be achieved in the next few years, consumer and business demand for lower cost, instant and secure global payments must be met.
A new global financial ecosystem is emerging around stablecoins, which have the potential to become the new medium for payments. From trading use cases, to offering financial institutions improved cross-border payments clearing and settlement, Token shares how this technology is driving new revenue generating business models across the payments value chain.
Marten Nelson, Co-founder and CMO, Token
Lee Bonham, Senior Privacy Engineer, PrivitarMay 22 201912:00 pmUTC45 mins
The world is waking up to the fact that you need both strong security systems in place and privacy technology to ensure comprehensive data protection.
To achieve this goal, CTOs, DPOs and CISOs have to work in unison. There is no privacy without security. But security alone is not enough to protect your customer’s sensitive data. Strong privacy protection helps to unlock data for new purposes and makes the job of the security team a lot easier.
Find out how the two work hand in hand with Privitar’s Senior Privacy Engineer Lee Bonham.
Join this session to learn:
- How robust security controls are not enough to protect your data fully
- How the focus is shifting from the perimeter to implementing privacy controls on the data itself
- How privacy technologies and access controls work hand-in-hand to ensure your data is protected
Guy Cohen, Strategy & Policy Lead, PrivitarMay 22 20193:00 pmUTC45 mins
This year has seen an eruption of new data protection bills and laws, as many countries follow Europe's lead in enacting their first, or stronger, data protection laws. For many global organisations a fracturing of data protection law poses a costly compliance burden and many would like to enforce one standard across their operations. But to what extent are these countries responses similar? Is there a new global standard, and if so is it the GDPR? To what extent do these changes overlap, and what trends not seen in the GDPR are emerging too?
This talk will explore how the world of data protection has changed since the GDPR was passed last year. In particular it will look at how the US policy landscape is changing and the extent to which GDPR concepts are coming through. The US is undergoing enormous change, with the CCPA coming into effect next year, various proposed federal bills, amendments to sector bills, and 16 state level bills all being debated. The talk will highlight some similarities between these various bills and amendments, as well as some of the areas of divergence. It will also draw on other changes, such as the emergence of data localisation laws in China, Indonesia, and India, and some of the laws closer to the GDPR such as Brazil.
Nick Bennett, Director, FireEye Mandiant & Matt McWhirt, Sr. Manager, FireEye MandiantMay 22 20193:00 pmUTC60 mins
Many organizations struggle with how to prioritize hardening and protective security actions.
Based on 15+ years of frontline incident response experience, FireEye Mandiant consultants have identified a number of technical and programmatic defensive trends and best practices to help you prepare for incidents and mitigate their impact.
Join our webinar, where Mandiant incident response experts Nick Bennet and Matt McWhirt will discuss the following topics:
• Five technical categories to consider when implementing preventative security
• Proven tips to effectively execute network segmentation, endpoint hardening and other critical tasks
• Common pitfalls in evidence destruction, investigation techniques and remediation timing
• Recommendations for enabling effective remediation and the power of operational playbooks
Register today to learn how to better handle your organization’s next security incident.
Rene Pelegero, RPGC | Brian Billingsley, Modo | Rob Pfeifer, Affirm | John Brown, NS8May 22 20194:00 pmUTC60 mins
Payments have become such an important piece of merchant's strategies that Lyft even included a paragraph on payments in their S-1 filing (they must have some #paymentsgeeks working there). Merchants have an opportunity to reduce cost, increase conversions, and grow their business by optimizing their payments stack. But, as we know, payments can be confusing and create a lot of complexity for both consumers at checkout and merchants in their back office. Come listen to some of our favorite #paymentsgeeks teach you how to become one yourself, and learn why understanding payments is so important for your business.
Some questions we'll answer:
- Why should payments be top of mind for merchants?
- What are ways merchants can optimize payments to lower cost of transactions?
- How can payments become a competitive advantage for merchants?
- How are real-time payments going to affect merchant payment stacks?
- What are the newest trends in payments technology?
Moderated by Rene Pelegero, Founder, RPGC
Panelists: Brian Billingsley, Chief Revenue Officer at Modo
Rob Pfeifer, Chief Revenue Officer, Affirm
John Brown, Solutions Consultant, NS8
Emily Watson, Director of Payments and Global BankingMay 22 20196:00 pmUTC60 mins
The world is moving faster each day and both payers and business entities are demanding more of the way they both send and receive money. It is no surprise that in current global receivables there is a lack of transparency and the ability for an entity in one country to fully reconcile received funds with all the information they need.
With the rise of mobile payments and more choices and options than ever before, join Flywire's Director of Payments & Global Banking Emily Watson for this session where she'll share her expertise and insights on market dynamics and trends in global receivables, including:
-How to localize your payment experience
-Best practices on enhancing FX capabilities
-Payment types and what to expect for changes in payment methods to best serve your customer needs
-Tips on structuring a global banking network
Kevin Brown, VP Strategic Partnerships and Marketing, North America, WirecardMay 22 20199:00 pmUTC45 mins
This webinar will do a deep dive into the opportunities and challenges faced by firms seeking to go global in their ecommerce strategies. E-commerce sales worldwide topped $1.9 trillion in 2016 and are forecasted to reach more than $4 trillion by 2020, representing about 15 percent of global retail spend.
If we look toward the future through a lens of commerce, we can see the global vision in culture and economies that we started talking about a few decades ago is now clearly in focus.
How will you grasp this opportunity to move your business forward?
Key takeaways for the audience:
* How partnerships in banking, technology, design, communications can remove complexity and provide the connections and support that retailers are looking for to move eCommerce to 2020 and well beyond.
* What retailers are looking for to help improve their cross-border capabilities, including data intelligence and monitoring.
* What factors or influencing retailers in being able to play in this space.
* How to achieve a solid UX and optimal customer experience to drive your journeys forward.
Pawel Aleksander, CIO, CoinfirmMay 23 201910:00 amUTC45 mins
This insightful webinar will help you learn how to track crypto transactions and funds helping crypto exchanges. Hear how payment companies can stay compliant with AML regulations while ensuring safety and transparency for its consumers.
Pawel Aleksander, CIO, Coinfirm
Paweł is a recognized fraud prevention expert in Europe. His previous experience includes positions as head of fraud investigations in major corporations such as ArcelorMittal; AML/KYC Project Manager at the Royal Bank of Scotland; and fraud investigator at Ernst & Young. He holds the titles of Certified Fraud Examiner and Certified Internal Auditor.
Louise Beaumont | Sukh Vairea, Bottomline | Alex Tame, Dow JonesMay 23 201912:00 pmUTC60 mins
Join me at 13:00 BST on the 23rd May for ‘Drugs, Gangs and Dirty Money - how to avoid laundering money for serious organised criminals, and funding drug traffickers and terrorism. Compliance, AML & KYC, screening payments – what are the risks, where are the gaps, what’s working and what’s not.
On the panel is Sukh Vairea, the resident Financial Crime Compliance boffin at Bottomline and Alex Tame who is Global Director of Partners & Content Integration at Dow Jones.”
Red Hat and FinTech FuturesMay 23 20192:00 pmUTC46 mins
Collaboration is a key growth area for the future. Those who do not work together will be left out of new ecosystems forming for financial services, and will find it harder and harder to maintain their competitive market position.
Knowing what you need, what to avoid, and solutions for leading your organisation to innovate with Fintechs collaboratively can seem daunting. RedHat and FinTech Futures will explain how this can be easily simplified.
In this panel webinar hear from leading financial and technology companies and learn:
- How to create activities, such as hackathons, for new idea generation
- Best practices for expanding your developer network
- Building the internal culture developers want to work for