Exiger to Share Insight on Technology’s Role in Financial Crime Compliance
Technological development has created a swathe of new typologies for bad actors to exploit in order to facilitate illicit money flows. At the same time however, the adoption of purpose-built technology has helped anti-money laundering (AML) professionals uncover financial crime by detecting anomalies that indicate risk and reducing false positive hits in alerting systems.
Jonathan Ball and Roy Pollitt will share insights about how to best utilise technology in AML efforts at the New York Society of Certified Public Accountants Anti-Money Laundering Conference 2019 on November 20.
They will add to a speaking agenda of distinguished speakers by joining the following panel discussions.
Considerations in Building and Maintaining an Effective AML and Anti-Fraud Alerting System During a Period of Increasing Rapid Technological and Global Change 2:10 PM – 3:00 PM
Moderator: Brian McGinley, Head of Enterprise Financial Crime, TIAA
- Jonathan Ball, Managing Director, Global Head, Analytics, Exiger
- Kelly Torrence, SVP, Product and Technology, ARC
Risk and Compliance AML Technology and Globalization from an International Banking Perspective 4:05 PM – 4:55 PM
Moderator: Richard Weber, Esq., Managing Director, Head of Financial Crime, UBS
- Michael Farina, Head of Investigations, Financial Crime Compliance, Americas, Standard Chartered Bank
- Joseph Lafreddo, Chief Financial Officer, China Merchants Bank
- Roy Pollitt, Managing Director, Americas Head of Investigations, Exiger
More information about the conference can be found here.
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