Presentation: Using Advanced Data Analytics to Combat Financial Crime in MSBs and FinTech
Speaker: Andrew Simpson, MBA, CISA, Chief Operating Officer, Caseware Analytics
Andrew Simpson, Chief Operating Officer, CaseWare Analytics, has over 20 years’ experience building businesses in the fields of information systems audit and security, data analytics and interrogation, AML and forensics. Andrew is a regular contributor to conferences and a recognized thought leader in financial crime management.
Andrew previously worked at Ernst & Young as an IT Security Specialist and maintains his position as Founder & Chairman of Symptai Consulting, a 20 year-old IT audit and security consulting firm. He has an MBA in Banking and Finance from the University of Wales and Manchester Business School and a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from the University of the West Indies.
Money service businesses (MSBs) and FinTechs are under increasing pressure from regulators to comply with anti-money laundering (AML) laws, while they must also continuously adapt in order to detect fraud and criminal activity. This session examines how advanced analytics like anomaly detection, link analysis and predictive analytics can help non-traditional financial organizations identify suspicious behaviors that should be investigated and reported. The presentation will also examine the role technology plays in engaging an entire organization in a culture of compliance, and will discuss case studies that demonstrate how an effective AML program is a competitive advantage.
CPE Credits: 1.0 CPE Hours
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- Recognize emerging money laundering threats facing MSBs and FinTechs
- Articulate how advanced analytics—including risk models, anomaly detection, link analysis, predictive analytics and more—can be used to combat money laundering and fraud
- Understand how technology can be used to manage complex filing requirements resulting from transnational transactions and multiple regulatory jurisdictions
- Identify what is required from a technology solution to engage the entire organization in a culture of compliance
- Appreciate how an effective anti-money laundering program is a competitive advantage
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Delivery Method: Group-Live
Prerequisites: Working Knowledge of Fraud and Fraud Schemes
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications [Fraud]
Who Should Attend?: Anti-fraud professionals, Auditors, Accountants, Attorneys, Investigators, Law Enforcement, Educators, Students
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
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