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The pandemic has brought about extraordinary changes that has triggered the interest of perpetrators in the financial services looking to take advantage of the digital influx. Re-visit your operational efficiency in the new normal.
In order to safeguard and better serve the frequently unwitting victims of financial crime, institutions will need to be more adaptable, collaborative, and data-driven going forward in 2025 and beyond.
Understanding current trends, emerging tech, automation, and changing business needs to manage financial crime risks. Review recent regulatory enforcement actions and consider possible compliance approaches. What makes for a great AML compliance program.
Understanding the obstacles, challenges and conflicting priorities in PPP. Complementing centralized transaction analysis to effectively scale up and tackle the increasing scope and complexity of money laundering and terrorist financing. Addressing the promise of preserving privacy in FinCrime data sharing.
Ensuring your internal procedures are robust as keeping up-to-date with information and guidance about AML. Without the right infrastructure in place, firms may struggle to react quickly and effectively in making changes that will satisfy industry bodies and regulators.
Security, financial crime, safety, reliability, privacy and data ethics will become increasingly intertwined in a digital and data-driven world. In order to innovate with speed and confidence, organisations will need to address these in an integrated way.