Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Fight Financial Crime

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Brendan Brothers, Verafin

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Panel Discussion 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 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.

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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. 3500 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 is the exclusive provider for Texas Bankers Association, Western Bankers Association, and CUNA Strategic Services, with industry endorsements in 48 U.S. states.