Streamlining AML and the User Experience - 7 Tips for Canadian Banks & Fintechs

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Chris Davidson, Regional Sales Manager, Canada

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The Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC) passed as an amendment to Canada’s criminal finance framework last June, the sweeping powers are “expected” to produce an “enhanced AML/ATF Regime in Canada, FINTRAC is the Canadian counterpart to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) in the U.S. In this special webinar we will review the new AML requirements and how online identity verification can now leverage government-issued IDs and selfies to remotely onboard new customers. Emerging solutions are helping Canadian banks integrate online identity proofing and AML screening (e.g., sanctions, watchlists, PEPs, and adverse media) within a single workflow. Hope you can make it.
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