"Combat financial crime arising from AML, credit, payment and card with automation and AI"
The threat landscape in the field of financial crime and fraud is increasing- no longer is non-compliance an option. As criminals increase their scope and effectiveness, so must retail banks in order to protect themselves from these threats. Coupled with a hastening, stricter regulatory landscape, retail banks must hasten the adoption of automation technology in the field of financial crime prevention to ensure compliance and catch those who would seek to harm the retail bank. With a focus on robotic process automation , machine learning and artificial intelligence, this Marcus Evans event will skip the introductory talks to cover the very cutting edge on how retail banks are using automation and advanced techniques to effectively detect fraud and financial crime and, in turn, shape their responses.
Timings09:00 AM - 05:00 PM (General)
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Participants100 - 500 Delegates
10 - 50 Exhibitors Estimated Count
Category & TypeConference
Banking & Finance
Editions16-18 Sep 2019 Interested
21-22 Feb 2019
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