How governments are responding to the ever-evolving AML schemes and practices | SAS


How governments are responding to the ever-changing landscape of organized financial crime.

Live Virtual Fireside Discussion

June 17, 2021 | 1:00pm-2:00pm EST

The way financial criminals launder money and the government’s response is constantly evolving. The pandemic has had a dramatic effect on Financial Crime. Adaptability and speed in creating new strategies are critical to combatting money laundering.

Curious to learn more… join us for this virtual chat with government experts where we will ask your questions changes in money laundering, new strategies governments are employing, the importance of data and where governments should be investing in automated solutions.

Experts will answer your pressing questions such as:

  • How has money laundering changed over the last few years and what impact has the pandemic had on it?
  • What are new strategies governments are taking to combat money laundering?
  • How can the data collected by regulatory bodies be better used to combat money laundering?  
  • How can automated solutions be effective while respecting privacy considerations?  

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About the Experts

Dan McKenzie
Customer Advisory, Global Security Intelligence Practice
SAS Canada

With over 15 years of experience in Fraud and AML, and over 25 years of experience in financial services, Dan has helped countless customers solve their financial crime challenges in banking, insurance and government. 

Dan started out his career in IT before moving to the business side to help business units implement technology. He them moved into Financial Crimes when consulting at TD Bank on their AML implementation in 2003. After that, Dan joined SAS as the Fraud lead for Canada. Dan departed SAS and gained further experience with TransUnion as the Director of Fraud and ID management. After 5 years there, he moved on to RBC as an Enterprise Fraud Strategist. Dan brought his real-world experience back to SAS when he rejoined in December 2017. 

Dan has passion and expertise in Social Network Analysis, Advanced Analytics (machine learning), payments fraud, Insurance fraud and first party fraud.

Shaun Barry
Director, Fraud and Security Intelligence, SAS

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