Reimagining Payment Fraud

Detection and Prevention

Reimagining Payment Fraud Detection and Prevention

Thank you to all attendees and speakers, for making this event a success!

Thank you to all attendees and speakers, for making this event a success!

Why Attend?

Hands-On Exercises

Group Discussions and Scenario-Based Activities

Knowledge Checks and Assessments

Extended Q&A and Polling

Up to 7 CFCS and CPE NASBA Credits

All Recordings Available Post-Event

NON-MEMBER

$ 295
  • Earn up to 7 CE credits

MEMBER

$ 235
  • Earn up to 7 CE credits
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About the Event

With a plethora of fresh challenges for fraud and risk teams including more digital payments, a rise in fraud from the pandemic and work-from-home risks, financial institutions and corporates are faced with tough questions on mitigating payments fraud.  

 Where and how do you start? How can you avoid becoming the victim of fraud amid overwhelming volumes of data and alerts? How do you make the most of fast-evolving tech solutions in this space? 

 To paraphrase a famous lyric from John Lennon, imagining a different world is easy… if you try. The same is true in the fincrime space – while it may not be easy to reinvent your financial crime defenses against payments fraud, it still starts with a little imagination and the willingness to innovate.  

About the Event

With a plethora of fresh challenges for fraud and risk teams including more digital payments, a rise in fraud from the pandemic and work-from-home risks, financial institutions and corporates are faced with tough questions on mitigating payments fraud.  

 Where and how do you start? How can you avoid becoming the victim of fraud amid overwhelming volumes of data and alerts? How do you make the most of fast-evolving tech solutions in this space? 

 To paraphrase a famous lyric from John Lennon, imagining a different world is easy… if you try. The same is true in the fincrime space – while it may not be easy to reinvent your financial crime defenses against payments fraud, it still starts with a little imagination and the willingness to innovate.  

We Will Cover Topics Like:

Managing Fraud in a Faster Payments World

Work from Home, Fraud from Home? Navigating Internal Fraud Risks in Remote Work Environments

Business Email Compromise – Trends, Typologies and Effective Responses

The Lifecycle of a Secure Payment - How to Fully Protect a Payment from Fraud from Treasury to Sanctions

Earn up to 8 CFCS and/or 7 NASBA CPE credits. Click Here for more information. 

Who Should Attend

This workshop is designed particularly for fraud, AML and treasury professionals with responsibility for payments, though almost anyone in financial crime prevention and detection will find value. Some examples include: :

• FCC/Fraud directors, officers, managers and analysts
Directors and other roles in financial intelligence units 
• AML/Compliance managers, investigators and analysts
Professionals in threat intelligence roles 
• Law enforcement and Regulators
Internal and external auditors  

Agenda

Wednesday - March 30 | 9:00 AM - 9:20 AM ET
Thursday - March 31 | 3:00 PM - 3:15 PM ET
Wednesday - March 30 | 9:00 AM – 9:20 AM ET
Thursday - March 31 | 3:00 PM - 3:15 PM ET

Speakers

DalitAmitai

Dalit Amitai

VP of Global Operations and Services

Bottomline

Ruud Grotens

Head of Fraud & Financial Crime Solution Consulting

Bottomline

Hagai Schaffer

Senior VP, Innovation & Technology of Fraud & Financial Crime

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Albert Laino

Solutions Consultant

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MohammadAl-Zraiqat

Mohammad Al-Zraiqat

Global Sr Product Manager

Bottomline

Andrea Valentin

VP, Prepaid FIU Director

US Bank

Uri Rivner

CEO

Refine Intelligence

Gil Rosenthal

Risk Management Consultant/Advisor

Jessica Peck

Trial Attorney, Computer Crime and IP Section

Department of Justice

Thomas Mangine

Vice President, AML Governance and Chief of Special Investigations for Capital Market

Bank of Montreal

Michael French

Special Agent

FBI

Steve Lenderman

Director, Strategic Fraud Prevention

ADP

Raymond Quinones

Special Agent - National Program Manager, Financial Crimes Unit

Homeland Security Investigations

NON-MEMBER

$ 295
  • Earn up to 7 CE credits

MEMBER

$ 235
  • Earn up to 7 CE credits
Popular

GOVERNMENT

$ 185
  • Earn up to 7 CE credits