Verafin Virtual Tour

Verafin’s Virtual Tour has concluded, check out our upcoming webinars and demos below!

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Fraud Schemes & Scams

April 24 at 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM EST

Fraudsters are adapting to technology advances and targeting your customers with a variety of illicit tactics. With authorized push payment fraud scenarios such as Business... 


Navigating the Rising Challenge of Human Trafficking

May 01 at 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM EST

By following the money, financial institutions and investigators play a critical role in the fight against human trafficking – helping to uncover the perpetrators and... 


Verafin Fraud Detection & Management — Jack Henry

May 2 at 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM EST

As fraud grows more complex, siloed teams, spreadsheets and core reports are now largely ineffective for detection and prevention. To stay ahead, financial institutions must... 


Innovate with Artificial Intelligence

May 08 at 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM EST

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a hot topic that has the financial industry buzzing about the possibilities. With criminal activity continually growing and evolving, financial institutions... 


Canadian Financial Crime Trends & Technology: Year in Review

May 09 at 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM EST

Evolving fraud threats, AML regulatory considerations and emerging financial crime management innovations made 2023 a significant year for Canadian financial institutions, with many more new... 


Romance & Relationship Fraud: Experts Answer Your Questions

May 15 at 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM EST

Fraud Awareness & Victim Support Advocate Debby Montgomery Johnson returns with Colin Parsons, Head of Fraud Product Strategy at Verafin, to answer your questions on... 

Virtual Tour Session Overview

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Wednesday, June 21 • 1:30 – 3:00pm EST

Stronger Together: Collaborative Approaches to Enhance AML/CFT Programs

Special Guest Speakers
Timea E. Nagy, Best-Selling Author, Award-Winning Human Rights Activist
Ian Rudebusch
, SVP/BSA Officer, Independent Financial

This session will discuss how collaborative approaches continue to provide a more complete view of money laundering and predicate crimes such as human trafficking, as well as how to keep pace with increased sanctions.

Join best-selling author, award-winning human rights activist, UN advisor, and keynote speaker Timea E. Nagy, one of the leading voices and change-makers in the global movement against human trafficking, as well as industry expert Corey Lynch, as they discuss the importance of information sharing and purpose-driven AI to fight the scourge of human trafficking — along with some tangible ways your institution can help mobilize the banking industry against modern day slavery. Then, join Ian Rudebusch, Senior Vice President and BSA Officer at Independent Financial, along with industry expert Philippa Gosine for a special interactive panel exploring the recent challenges of increasing sanctions, which has made compliance more important than ever.

Followed by Live Q&A Session


Thursday, June 22 • 1:30 – 3:00pm EST

Fighting Fraud: Innovative Solutions to Detect & Disrupt Emerging Crimes

Special Guest Speaker
J. Candler Eve, 1st VP, Director Enterprise Fraud, MidFirst Bank

This session will discuss how collaboration is essential to solving financial crime, and the importance for institutions to understand counterparty activity beyond their own four walls. Learn about the future of fraud —  and how you can protect your institution today.

Join industry experts Corey Lynch, Azin Majidi, and Nick Pearson as they discuss the latest fraud trends and innovations to fight financial crime, including consortium approaches to combat stolen check fraud and fraudulent payments across emerging channels. Then, join J. Candler Eve, 1st VP, Director Enterprise Fraud at MidFirst Bank, as well as industry experts Corey Lynch, Azin Majidi, and Nick Pearson, for an engaging interactive panel with insights on what lies ahead for stolen checks, ACH, and faster payments such as TCH-RTP.

Followed by Live Q&A Session


Certificates of attendance will be provided to all attendees for submission to industry accreditation programs.

Individuals are responsible for their accreditation requirements, and submission of these materials to their designated accrediting body. This event is not directly accredited with any industry accreditation program. However, we provide attendees with personalized certificates of attendance, a detailed agenda and descriptions of sessions, that may align with requirements as outlined by industry accreditation associations for external educational event credit hours.

*Subject to change. Last updated May 4, 2023.