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AML Model Tuning and Optimization
 

Tuesday,  Nov. 15  |  11 a.m. – Noon ET

Regulator demands. Risk mitigation. Monitoring systems. Financial institutions are faced with ever-increasing challenges, one of which is anti-money laundering. AML transaction monitoring systems produce large volumes of work items. Many of these do not result in quality investigations or useful results. Backlogs occur and alerts have to be triaged. And analysts struggle to define interactions between AML models and explain what makes a model productive. Tools are needed to explore model relationships, improve existing model performance, and add coverage for uncovered risk. This webinar will demonstrate an approach to existing AML model improvement using SAS® analytical tools, including SAS Visual Analytics, SAS Studio, SAS/STAT® and SAS® Enterprise Guide®.

This webinar is hosted by the Banking 5-50 SAS Users Group.

About the presenters

Eric Hale

Eric Hale
Director of Fraud and Compliance Solutions, Zencos

Eric Hale provides leadership in the development of financial crime solutions. With more than 15 years of experience in data warehousing, data quality, business intelligence, data mining, application design/development and implementation, he specializes in implementing decision systems for AML model risk management (OCC 2011-12), money laundering detection, customer risk scoring, alert scoring models and fraud detection for financial institutions.


Stephen Overton

Stephen Overton
Director of Financial Solutions, Zencos

Stephen Overton leads the Zencos Financial Solutions practice, which focuses specifically on the banking and financial services industries. His deep knowledge of complex financial reporting and regulatory requirements allow him to develop effective solutions that help clients fight fraud, improve compliance and reduce operational costs.


About the Banking 5-50 SAS® Users Group
The Banking 5-50 SAS Users Group is designed for midmarket banks with $5 billion to $50 billion in consolidated assets. Its purpose is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, information and best practices with SAS solutions. To learn more or to join our group, visit the Banking 5-50 website.

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