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Learning from Fraud Detection: Segmenting AML to Fight Financial Crime

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
Recorded Jul 30 2019 60 mins
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  • Learning from Fraud Detection: Segmenting AML to Fight Financial Crime Recorded: Jul 30 2019 60 mins
    Brendan Brothers
    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
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    Scott Peddle, Product Manager, Verafin
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    Highlights:
    - Limitations of conventional fraud prevention approaches that rely on limited data sets and approaches in today’s increasingly complex financial crime landscape
    - Big data intelligence approach for financial institutions that leverages machine-learning technology and 314(b) information sharing to mitigate losses and prevent fraud
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  • Learning from Fraud Detection: Segmenting AML to Fight Financial Crime Recorded: Jun 20 2019 60 mins
    Brendan Brothers
    (ACAMS Webinar Rebroadcast)

    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

    (No CAMS credits will be issued for this event.)
Industry and Technology Insights for Banks and Credit Unions
Verafin is the industry leader in enterprise Financial Crime Management solutions, providing a cloud-based, secure software platform for Fraud Detection and Management, BSA/AML Compliance and Management, High-Risk Customer Management and Information Sharing. More than 2600 banks and credit unions use Verafin to effectively fight financial crime and comply with regulations.

Leveraging its unique big data intelligence, visual storytelling and collaborative investigation capabilities, Verafin significantly reduces false positive alerts, delivers context-rich insights and streamlines the daunting BSA/AML compliance processes that financial institutions face today.

Verafin's is considered an industry thought-leader, with aeep understanding of financial crime typologies and innovative technology approaches. We provide educational webinars, regional seminars, and valuable resources to help financial institutions navigate the challenges of today's complex financial crime landscape.

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