Executive Roundtable – Financial Crime and Sanctions Data Management
Featured Speakers :
Meghan joined BAE Systems over nine years ago as a subject matter expert in the AML and Fraud space. Prior to joining BAE Systems, she worked for a major broker-dealer /mutual fund company for 15 years. Her last 10 years there were with the Corporate Investigations department, focusing on investigating and working cases.
Enda is an anti-money laundering specialist, with over 10 years’ experience supporting financial services institutions. His work at BAE Systems includes managing the strategy and vision of our compliance products, enabling financial institutions to tackle the evolving money laundering landscape effectively and efficiently. To do this, Enda combines the very latest technology with his deep understanding of FATF and other similar body recommendations and publications, as well as local legally binding regulations.
Andrew has over 12 years of experience as an anti-fraud professional with stops at Capital One, Ally Financial and his current employer, Dun & Bradstreet. At Dun & Bradstreet he leads both the Fraud and Compliance Operations teams in helping clients detect/mitigate fraud and adhere to compliance/regulatory risk. Andrew is extremely passionate about what he does and loves discussing challenges and identifying ways to improve fraud detection and prevent business identity theft.
Regulatory and customer expectations are increasingly putting pressure on financial institutions to manage a broad set of financial crime risks, requiring a wide range of data management capabilities to drive down onboarding times, improve operational efficiency and fight financial crime. In this roundtable discussion, attendees will gain practical insights and have the opportunity to share related trends, challenges, and best practices with peers from other financial institutions.
Join a select group of banking compliance experts* for this virtual roundtable. We will discuss:
• How important is the automated enrichment of verifiable data in compliance investigations, from a regulatory and operational perspective?
• What stakeholders from across the compliance journey are we addressing and how?
• What will the future of data-sharing look like?
NOTE: This closed-door session is intended for senior/executive-level banking compliance professionals. Registrations are approved after review by ACFCS, at which point a confirmation email will be sent with the link to join the roundtable.