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Gaining a complete and accurate overview of risk posed by customers is a difficult thing to achieve, particularly for large and complex organisations. But in this day and age of strict anti-money laundering (AML) rules, it's critically important.
This webinar explores the role of data convergence in achieving a holistic view of financial crime risk, outlining how organisations can leverage emerging technology to overcome siloed financial crime operations.
Key discussion topics in this webinar include:
We will be partnering with Napier to deliver this webinar.
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Founded in 2017, RegTech Associates is a research company and use our analysis to provide strategic insight and advice to our clients. Our USP is our industry and regulatory knowledge, underpinned by the research of over 1,400 Reg and Risk Tech products and an extensive database.
Multiple international award winning industry leader in Financial Crime Risk & Compliance, with proven excellence in domain advisory, Management and digital/IT consulting in end-to-end KYC, AML, Sanctions, anti-Fraud, anti-Bribery & Corruption and emerging areas of Cybercrime, Crypto and Metaverse. Has over 2 decades of global experience across major financial hubs, viz. New York, London, Singapore, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, India, Nordics, leading financial anti-crimes programs for premier international banks.
Patrick Dutton is the U.S. Head of Research and Analytics and the U.S Head of Product Management for HSBC’s Financial Crime Threat Mitigation (FCTM) team. He joined HSBC in 2017 and oversees proactive intelligence and analysis on financial crime, Compliance models for AML and fraud, and Compliance platforms that support AML, fraud, case management, and analytics. Prior to joining HSBC, he held several positions at the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of the Treasury, and served as the Director for Transnational Organized Crime at the White House/National Security Council from November 2015 to May 2017. Patrick earned a Bachelor’s degree in political science from Marietta College in 2002 and a Master’s degree in Public and International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh in 2004.
Will has 20+ years of experience leading global financial crime operations, transformation programmes, and product strategy and development across financial services, both as a Managing Director within banks and as an advisor/consultant. He has previously worked as Global Head of Financial Crime Quality & Standards at Natwest, and his experience comes from a breadth of leading global financial institutions including HSBC, Barclays, and UBS.
A senior financial crime and compliance Director, who has spent her professional career building and enhancing compliance and anti-financial crime frameworks both in global and at fintech organisations. Former regulator with vast experience building trusting relationships with regulators. She is passionate about mentoring and is a tutor for the International Compliance Association Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Crime Compliance.
Sian leads the research and client delivery activities at RegTech Associates. She has 25 years of experience in implementing regulatory change in financial services and holds a PhD from the London School of Economics. She is recognised expert, speaker and influencer in RegTech.
We are a research company and use our analysis to provide strategic insight and advice to our clients within the RegTech industry. This helps our technology clients grow and our regulated firm clients manage compliance more effectively.
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