Keeping Up with Fraud Sophistication: How to Leverage Advanced Analytics
Financial Crimes Symposium Webinar Series
The financial services industry remains under continuing pressure to manage a wide range of risks. However, the industry must also increase operating efficiency through better data use. So, how can the financial sector most efficiently combat the growing sophistication of fraud that is an ever-rising area of operating loss? Attend this Webinar to find out.
We’ll discuss how fraudsters are no longer simply abusing credit facilities and becoming “bad debtors.” Perpetrators are using multiple real or fictitious identities to establish accounts and spread activity across products and institutions. Moreover, fraudsters are patiently acting under the radar of current rule- and model-based detection systems to build profiles that maximize their financial take.
Join our speakers to learn how leading financial services institutions are turning to social network analysis (SNA) to leverage disparate data sources for superior fraud intelligence.
- Explore the growth and tactics of emerging first- and third-party fraud.
- Learn new techniques to avoid monetary and reputational loss due to these undetected fraud rings.
- Discover best practices for applying advanced analytics on aggregated data to enhance proactive fraud management.
- Find out how to use SNA as a visualization/investigative tool to identify broader crime rings.
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Brian Riley has a passion for applied technology in the credit card business. His 24 years of experience in consumer credit and bank cards include work in applied technology, operations management, portfolio acquisitions, risk, scoring and portfolio analytics. Riley has held senior management roles at Citibank, Chase and Wachovia.
Stu Bradley serves as the catalyst for providing fraud solution direction to help maintain SAS’ leadership position within fraud and financial crimes. He also has 15 years of experience delivering solutions across industries to address his clients’ most difficult business problems.
Prior to joining SAS, Bradley was an Executive Manager for a leading global consultancy in the risk and regulatory space where he helped implement state-of-the-art fraud solutions; global operations for client on-boarding and regulatory compliance; and regulatory risk platforms covering anti-money laundering and know your customer requirements.
Bradley has a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA in Finance from Washington University.