Originally Presented: August 3, 2022
Financial institutions aligning BSA/AML programs to the AML Act and the AML/CFT National Priorities should consider innovative financial crime management solutions that support risk-based BSA/AML programs, detect potentially suspicious activity, and empower investigators to provide actionable intelligence to law enforcement.
Join industry experts Jim Richards, former Director of Financial Crimes Risk Management at Wells Fargo, Michael Hall, Senior Vice-President, Director of AML and Economic Sanctions and BSA Officer at Fifth Third Bank, and Corey Lynch, Product Evangelist at Verafin, as they explore approaches for more efficient and effective BSA/AML programs.
Highlights of this webinar include:
• Exploring a risk-based approach to AML
• Discussing the emphasis the AML Act has placed on technology and automation
• Enhancing information sharing between the public and private sector
• Improving documentation and case management to streamline regulatory reporting