Venue
London, United Kingdom

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Event Date Thu Nov 29 GMT - Fri Nov 30 GMT (almost 3 years ago)
In your timezone (EST): Thu Nov 29 3:00am - Fri Nov 30 12:00pm
Location London, United Kingdom
Region EMEA
Details

The penalty of bad compliance, allowing fraud and financial crime to go on unseen, is so high that it is now a necessity for banks to invest in advanced technology and robots to join their army of compliance officers to accurately and efficiently detect suspicious behaviour. Retail banks have been particularly fast on the adoption of automation and artificial intelligence, and this is no surprise as it is now particularly inefficient to manually carry out due diligence on customers, especially when this resource is put to better use where human instinct is required. RPA and AI offers an opportunity for retail banks to save money by reducing the costs and losses associated with fighting financial crime, as well as the cost of compliance in the long run. In this conference we will cover the very cutting edge ways in which retail banks are using automation and AI to affectively detect fraud (payment, card, and credit) and financial crime, and in turn reshape their response.

Key Topics:
• Deutsche Bank develop advanced algorithms to enhance customer risk classifications at the on-boarding phase
• ABN Amro explore Public-private partnerships in order to better understand and further reduce incidents of financial crime
• Lloyds investigate the uses and benefits of real time analytics in fraud and AML detection
• Commerzbank look to boost their financial crime intelligence to identify criminal typologies and threats
• KBC Ireland discuss how they are advancing internal fraud prevention techniques

Speakers

2018 Speakers

Emiel Den Boer
Head of Crime Prevention, ABN Amro

Eberhard Imhof
Director – Financial Crime, Deutsche Bank

Niels Halse
Head of Global Fraud Unit, Danske Bank

Nolan Williams
Head of Financial Crime Compliance, Arion Bank

Manas Mani
Head of Process Excellence and Automation for Group Financial Crime Prevention, Nordea

Gavin Coull
Fraud Prevention Lead – Strategic Transformation, RBS

Tom Lambert
Head of Financial Crime, KBC Ireland

Bart Bogers
Client Activity Monitoring Lead – Center of Expertise, ING