On-Demand Webinar:
Optimising your AML Programme in times of change

Best practices on writing, maintaining, and optimising transaction monitoring rules, to continually evolve and make your AML program the best it can be. One of the best ways to remain compliant and fight financial crime in a cost effective way

Whether your AML programme is manual or automated, continually optimising rules is one of the best ways to remain compliant, especially in this ever-changing environment. It’s also one area in which many reporting entities struggle.

Join us to learn from over 8 years experience helping reporting entities implement, maintain, review, and update rules. Ian Walker, Head of Financial Crime at Skipton Building Society will also share tips and recommendations for writing rules that work, plus gives insights in how to evolve your AML programme with great rules over time.

Join our presenters to
learn:

 

  • The effects of COVID on transaction monitoring.
  • How to implement and review your AML rules in a changing environment.
  • Tips and Tricks to improve how your rules perform, including how to reduce false positives and detect fraud. 
  • Case Study: Skipton Building Society’s approach to workflows, rule reviews and measuring success in a COVID world.
  • Lessons learned and tips from our rules review process in the Building Society environment.

 

This webinar is relevant to anyone interested in rules optimisation as part of your AML automation programme. Examples and case studies will be taken from customers across the Building Society and Banking industry

The presenters

Ian Walker

Head of Financial Crime
Skipton Building Society

Colin Dixon

Product Manager
Jade ThirdEye

Jamie Muir

Business Support Consultant
Jade ThirdEye

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