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Free Fraud Detection & AML Regional Seminars

Beneficial Ownership • CDD/EDD • Trade-Based Money Laundering • Cybercrime • FinCEN Advisories • Fraud Prevention • BSA/AML Hot Topics

Free Fraud Detection & AML Regional Seminars

Beneficial Ownership • CDD/EDD • Trade-Based Money Laundering • Cybercrime • FinCEN Advisories • Fraud Prevention • BSA/AML Hot Topics

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Free Regional Seminars

Industry and product experts discuss trends in financial crime and banking technology, and provide in-depth training on detection and investigation strategies to help stop financial crime.

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Tour Locations

Events are from 8:30am to 3:00pm

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VENUE

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Feb. 21

San Francisco, CA

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Feb. 22

Los Angeles (North), CA

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Feb. 23

Los Angeles (South), CA

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Mar. 14

Charlotte, NC

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Mar. 15

Atlanta, GA

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Mar. 16

Orlando, FL

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Apr. 18

Dallas, TX

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Apr. 19

Houston, TX

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Apr. 20

San Antonio, TX

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May 15

Washington, DC

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May 16

New York, NY

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May 17

Boston, MA

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Agenda

Agenda subject to change. Updated Nov. 20, 2016.

8:30am

Registration

9:00am – 10:30am

BSA Hot Topics & Complex Money Laundering Scenarios

This session focuses on current and emerging issues for compliance professionals, including:

  • Discussion by legal and industry experts on requirements for Beneficial Ownership regulations;
  • Overview of technology to help manage complex, high-risk customer relationships with enhanced CDD/EDD processes;
  • Presentation of peer case studies on due diligence, compliance processes, and money laundering investigations;
  • Review of real-life cases involving complex money laundering scenarios – including Funnel Account and Trade-Based Money Laundering activity.

10:30am – 12:00pm

A Deep Dive into Cybercrime & Online Banking Fraud

This session focuses on the growing threat to financial institutions and customers from cybercriminals, including:

  • Discussion by industry experts on the current cyber threat landscape, including information about the types of cybercrime affecting financial institutions and their customers;
  • Review of regulatory guidance and red flags from recent FinCEN advisories on Email Compromise Fraud and Cybercrime;
  • Presentation of peer case studies on loss prevention, detection, and investigation strategies for online banking fraud and reporting of cyber-related events;
  • Overview of technology to detect and prevent online account takeover and unauthorized transfers from compromised accounts;
  • Discussion on how to strengthen your investigations and enhance required SARs for cyber-related activity with 314(b) information sharing, as recommended in FinCEN advisories.

1:00pm – 3:00pm

Technology Advancements for Complex Crime Detection

This session focuses on innovative technologies for detection, investigation, and reporting of financial crime, including:

  • Real-Time Fraud Prevention: How to proactively prevent losses, including Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) and mobile fraud, with real-time deposit fraud analytics.
  • Anti-Money Laundering Complexities: How to use innovative visualization tools to improve your investigations into complex money laundering scenarios.
  • FRAMLx Cross-Institutional Analysis & 314(b) Information Sharing: How to identify entities of interest and share information to enhance your investigations.
  • CDD/EDD: How to meet compliance requirements and manage high-risk customers with customizable CDD questionnaires, CDD/EDD alerts, and workflow dashboards for your due diligence processes.
  • Enterprise reporting: How to prepare for upcoming exams or board presentations with enhanced reporting functionality.

Accreditation & CPE Credits

FRAMLx Tour seminars are eligible for up to 5 CPE credits.

Attendees to this free educational event will receive a certificate of attendance for their records, and may submit for up to 5 Continuing Professional Education credits towards accreditation programs, such as CFE and CFCS.

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