Exiger Brings AI-powered AML Compliance to ACAMS Hollywood 2019

Sunday, April 14, 2019

Ready to transform how you tackle your biggest compliance challenges? We are.

Meet Exiger at ACAMS Annual International AML Financial Crime Conference and experience DDIQ – proven AI powered by experts from the industry, for the industry.


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Find out how we help our global clients stay at the forefront of banking & AML innovation:

Attend our Session - Tuesday, April 16th @ 4:50pm
Great Hall 1 - 2 Foyer

"Because I Think It Will Save Money?”: The Opportunities and Hazards of Integrating AI into AML Sanctions Oversight.

  • Starting with Intelligence, Then Moving to Artificial Intelligence – How to leverage subject matter experts and key stakeholders to mitigate regulatory and operational risk
  • Using AI as a Scalpel, Not a Sledgehammer – Defining and understanding an AML/Sanctions control before you inject AI and automation into the process
  • If You Can't Explain It, You Can't Check it – Why ‘Black Box’ AI can create risk, generate more results and cost too much 

 > Read the latest from speaker Exiger Tech President Brandon Daniels in his April 2019 article published in Banking Exchange here


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Brandon Daniels , President, Global Markets

Brandon Daniels is the President of Global Markets. A regulatory expert and technology practitioner, Brandon brings more than 15 years in senior management across the financial services, life sciences and energy sectors. He has a reputation for technological innovation in regulatory investigations and compliance management.

John W. Melican, Americas Regional Leader | Global Head, Financial Crime Compliance Practice

John W. Melican is a Managing Director, Americas Regional Leader and Global Head of Financial Crime Compliance Practice, based in Exiger's New York office, where he is a leader in the firm’s regulatory compliance, anti–money laundering (AML), anti–corruption, reputational risk, and due diligence practice areas.