Join SWIFT and Huntswood for an interactive discussion to help you address your sanctions compliance challenges.
In many markets regulators now require you to screen transactions and customers against a number of rapidly evolving sanctions lists.
Automated filtering tools, while effective, will generate false positives and false negatives. Follow up investigations must be conducted manually, which is time consuming and risky.
This webinar will explain how implementing best practices can help you fulfil auditing and transparency requirements while also improving operational efficiency and reducing costs.
In addition, we will cover how to:
- Address evolving sanctions regulatory requirements
- Simplify conversations with regulators
- Balance internal resources for effectiveness and efficiency
- Optimise global and internal list management
- Upgrade your screening platforms without disrupting business operations
Meet the panellists
- Graham Hooper, Huntswood FCR Advisory Panel Member (formerly Director of Financial Crime Risk at Lloyds Banking Group)
- Stephen Elliot, Managing Director of Financial Crime, Information and Payments, Huntswood
- Tony Wicks, Head of AML and Fraud Prevention Initiatives, SWIFT (moderator)
Date: Thursday, 14th June | Time: 13:00 GMT
Not sure you can join? You can still register as we will be sharing the recording following the event.
We're covering the Sibos conference in Toronto this week and are here to bring you highlights from the first day of the event.
Listen in to hear top news from day 1 including:
-SWIFT's big announcement regarding their global payments innovation (gpi) service
-the release of their initial findings on a new DLT proof of concept
-top execs talking about innovations in instant payments
-key takeaways from the opening plenary
Global provider of secure financial messaging services.
SWIFT is a global member owned cooperative and the world’s leading provider of secure financial messaging services. We provide our community with a platform for messaging and standards for communicating, and we offer products and services to facilitate access and integration, identification, analysis and regulatory compliance.
Our messaging platform, products and services connect more than 11,000 banking and securities organisations, market infrastructures and corporate customers in more than 200 countries and territories. While SWIFT does not hold funds or manage accounts on behalf of customers, we enable our global community of users to communicate securely, exchanging standardised financial messages in a reliable way, thereby supporting global and local financial flows, as well as trade and commerce all around the world.