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Join this virtual AML Deep Dive
Financial Institutions are a critical gateway in the fight against many forms of criminal activity. In theory, they are well-placed to spot not just the proceeds of criminal activity but the payments that fund it. But in practice a patchwork of local Anti-Money Laundering regulations creates jurisdictional and logistical problems for FIs while budget constraints, excessive workloads and legacy AML systems also hamper banks’ ability to adapt to the patterns and methods of modern financial criminals.
An Evolving Landscape
Technological advancements used by criminals have highlighted the efficiency and effectiveness of in-house AML programmes built by FIs. What model can FIs adopt to deliver solutions to challenges that span regulatory jurisdictions? How can FIs maintain efficient and effective AML systems in the face of the digitisation of products and asset classes and more complex payment rails?
This deep dive will explore the nuances of AML compliance and provide a forum for financial crime practitioners to deliver assured AML solutions that go beyond regulatory compliance.
Explore how you can:
- Define 1st and 2nd line roles and responsibilities for effective AML
- Ensure relevant in-house and third-party data is aggregated effectively
- Streamline data flows from Transaction Monitoring and Adverse Media Screening
- Harness the power of AI for truly effective AML
- Replace the periodic CDD process with event-driven reviews
Financial institutions have struggled to design and build successful anti-money laundering programmes, their efforts hampered by political ambivalence, limited regulatory resources, and complex operational and conceptual issues. However, changes in regulatory stance and technology are, for the first time, giving banks a chance to make significant gains in efficiency and effectiveness. In conversation with three leaders in financial crime and AML functions, 1LoD asked whether the time has come for a model that can finally deliver real-world impact.
Our next Financial Crime: AML Deep Dive is in
How the Deep Dives work
- A series of interactive pre-booked roundtable discussions between financial institutions, moderated by 1LoD
- An inter-delegate messaging system
Private, off the record roundtables are moderated by 1LoD, and attended by delegates from financial institutions who have booked their place in advance. They take place on Zoom. Delegates are sent discussion topics, and an overall structure of the debate in advance to assist the flow of the discussion.