Financial Crime Compliance: the Role of AI & Cognitive Computing

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Regulatory regimes around the world continue to tighten in an effort to counter money laundering, sanctions violations and other financial crimes – presenting banks with increasingly complex challenges. Yet many banks continue to rely on manual compliance processes that are inefficient, expensive and unable to provide a full risk picture.

Watch our webinar which illustrates how artificial intelligence and cognitive computing are already enhancing the financial crime compliance programmes at innovative banks. 

Watch the webinar recording

This webinar was part of BrightTALK's 'The Future of Banking' Summit, a three-day online event bringing together luminaries from both incumbent organisations and new challengers who will talk about the evolution of the banking world.

Key Topics:

  • Regulatory risks: what’s changed? How are banks resourced to catch up?
  • AI & cognitive computing: what do they mean for compliance?
  • Business case: what’s the business case for technology-enabled compliance?

Presenters:

  • Sandra Leon, Director, Cognitive Computing, Exiger
    Sandra Leon is the Director of Cognitive Computing at ExigerTech, based in Exiger’s Toronto office. Since 2011 she has focused on creating and developing the cognitive computing capabilities of DDIQ, an AI-powered due diligence tool used today by global financial institutions and corporations.

  • Carla Phillips, Associate Director, Exiger
    Carla is an Associate Director, based in Exiger’s London office, where she focuses on financial crime compliance and Know Your Customer (KYC) matters.  With over thirty years of banking experience, Carla has expertise in the nuances of different risks and products across the financial industry.
     
 

Sandra Leon, Director, Cognitive Computing

Sandra Leon is the Director of Cognitive Computing at ExigerTech, based in Exiger’s Toronto office.  

Carla Phillips, Associate Director

Carla Phillips is an Associate Director based in Exiger’s London office, where she focuses on financial crime compliance and Know Your Customer (KYC) matters.  With over thirty years of banking experience, Carla has expertise in the nuances of different risks and products across the financial industry.