Applying Business Analytics to AML Compliance
Financial Crimes Symposium Webinar Series
Banks traditionally have taken a siloed approach to dealing with fraud and AML. Increasingly, AML and fraud strategies are converging. Fighting financial crimes today requires technology that provides enterprisewide, cross-channel fraud detection.
How can your organization make the most of its IT investments and get a measurable return on its anti-fraud and AML strategies? Tune in to this informative audio Webinar and learn how to combine legacy fraud-fighting tools with advanced analytics and adaptive optimization to gain ground in AML compliance.
Our panel of AML and analytics experts will detail how advanced analytic technologies are helping financial institutions:
- Create an enterprisewide view of customer relationships and risks.
- Monitor activity using multiple detection methods.
- Investigate and document suspicious cases.
- Use social network analysis (SNA) to glean better intelligence from networked data.
- Produce required regulatory reports while reducing associated costs.
Bank Systems & Technology and Insurance & Technology
Katherine Burger is Editorial Director of Bank Systems & Technology and Insurance & Technology, members of the Financial Technology Network of TechWeb. In addition to directing the editorial strategy of both brands, Burger is charged with the creation and development of new products, editorial supplements, special publications, and live and online events, including BS&T's Executive Summit, I&T's Executive Summit, Webcasts, live custom events and executive roundtables.
Bank Secrecy Act /Anti-Money Laundering Department Manager
Mason Hinkle is responsible for the AML program at BB&T. He has worked in the BSA/AML domain for six years and has 30 years of experience in the financial industry. Hinkle will share his experiences with SAS® Analytics for compliance.
Principal Consultant, Data Integration Product Management
As a principal consultant at SAS, Mike Ames specializes in applying advanced analytics to a variety of business and technical problems. Since joining SAS in 2002, Ames has held a variety of technical management roles in several different areas of SAS, including Research and Development, Financial Services and Professional Services. Prior to joining SAS, Ames was a managing consultant at Nexgenix, a boutique analytics consultancy.