Posted by Brian Kindle - 01/07/2023
AI and AML: Leveraging AI to Future-Proof your Sanctions and AML Program
In the race to keep pace with financial criminals and changing regulatory environments, many institutions are finding that rules-based systems for AML/CTF can no longer keep up. It may not be possible or advisable to leave rules-based transaction monitoring behind entirely, but in times of cost-awareness and heightened regulatory pressure, what else can institutions do to maintain a powerful and efficient AML program?
Recent advancements in artificial intelligence, machine learning and graph analytics show that help is on the way – if financial institutions can apply them properly.
In this Financial CrimeCast, join Fred Boulier, Global Head of Solution Consulting with the FinCrime Unit of Oracle, for a wide-ranging conversation on the main challenges facing AML and fincrime compliance professionals in the current moment, how AI and graph technologies have evolved in recent years to become more effective, and the state of regulatory acceptance of innovative technologies.
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