In an age of technological advancements and escalating organized crime, financial institutions, insurers and government organizations are struggling to stay ahead of fraudsters. Throw significant regulations into the mix and it's clear that constant vigilance is the best way to detect and prevent fraud.

Watch this on-demand Webinar and discover how leading banks and government organizations analyze data from disparate sources to glean superior fraud intelligence. We'll discuss the challenges and solutions inherent in the process, and TowerGroup will share their top 10 business drivers and suggested strategic responses for 2010, including:

  • Managing risk holistically, including fraud risk.
  • Merging AML and fraud strategies, technology and processes.
  • Adopting enterprise fraud management with line-of-business (LOB) responsibility.
  • Using a risk-based (not standardized) approach to fraud.

Featured speakers

George Tubin photoGeorge Tubin
Senior Research Director, Delivery Channels and Financial Information Security
TowerGroup

With more than 20 years in the banking and high-technology industries, George Tubin focuses his TowerGroup research on consumer online banking, fraud and identity theft prevention, information security strategy and customer authentication, as well as mobile banking and contact center strategies and technologies.

Before joining TowerGroup, Tubin was a senior consultant with ADS Financial Services Solutions, providing information technology strategy consulting to top-tier US banks. He also held several positions at BayBank, BankBoston and Fleet (now Bank of America).

David Stewart photoDavid Stewart, CAMS
Director, Financial Crimes Practice for Banking
SAS

As Director of SAS' Global Financial Crimes Practice for Banking, David Stewart leads strategy development, drives product management and provides key marketing counsel for SAS anti-money laundering and fraud management solutions worldwide. In addition to working closely with financial services institutions and regulatory agencies, Stewart collaborates with SAS research and development and implementation teams to deliver industry best practices for financial crimes solutions.

Previously, Stewart served as a SAS business manager for one of the world's largest financial institutions. He managed a team responsible for implementing enterprise-scale projects devoted to customer relationship management and AML initiatives. In addition, Stewart has held various relationship management responsibilities for financial services customers over the past 15 years.

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