Vice President, Fraud and Security Intelligence
Leaders in Financial Crimes Dinner Series
The Next Generation of Financial Crimes
Executive Dinner and Discussion
Wednesday, June 12 | George Restaurant | Toronto
Realtime Fraud prevention and Artificial Intelligence capabilities have led financial services organizations to begin turning legacy systems into agile, AI based fraud prevention. In addition, there’s a lot of talk about taking anti-money laundering to the next level, sometimes referred to as AML 2.0 or AML 3.0. What does this next wave of AML technology look like?
Join the conversation with your senior executive peers over an exceptional dinner and compelling debate, featuring Stu Bradley, SAS’ Vice President, Fraud and Security Intelligence Practices. You will have the opportunity to discuss current and future global trends in AML and Fraud, as well as the impact of Artificial Intelligence.
Our goal is to create insight, ideas and inspiration to help you lead these critical discussions within your organization.
Places are limited to senior level executives and will be offered on a first come first served basis.
|6:00 pm||Arrival & Cocktail Reception|
|6:30 pm||Welcoming Remarks from the Host|
|6:35 pm||Roundtable Introductions (Name, Role, Company)|
|6:45 pm||The Next Generation of Financial Crimes|
Vice President, Fraud and Security Intelligence Practices, SAS
|7:00 pm||Dinner is Served |
Facilitated Discussion Led by Stu Bradley & Amanda Holden
|8:30 pm||Thank You, Close & Aperitif|