- Recent developments, policy reforms and industry implications
- A contemporary understanding of money laundering and terror financing
- AML & CTF policy: recent reforms and the next phase
- The challenges of risk and regulatory certainty
Technological advancement in Fraud and AML provides new opportunities for financial crime prevention and detection. However, it also allows criminals new more and more creative ways to attempt to defraud. This panel discussion brings together seasoned leaders in the field to discuss the challenges being faced in the modern era, through crisis and beyond, and strategies to combat the evolving threats.
• The evolving nature of fraud: new trends in a digital world
• The challenge of compliance and adopting an integrated and Unified approach internally
• Strategies in prevention: identify and combat against AML and fraud
KYC is process of a business verifying the identity of its clients and assessing potential risks of illegal intentions for the business
relationship. However, KYC is no longer sufficient as criminals mastered ways of identity fraud. Know Your Transaction and Know
Your Customer Customer take due diligence to the next level and enables you to better identify financial crime risks.
In this session you will have the opportunity to deep dive into the following topics. Each 40 minute rotation will be led by a subject matter expert, who will facilitate an opportunity to compare and contrast your experiences and thoughts with a small group of your peers.
1. What are the pitfalls of ‘Know Your Customer? - Why people are still getting it so wrong + strategies and new opportunities?
2. Cross-industry collaboration: what are the opportunities and challenges and how will the industry change as a result?
3. Exploring new technological advancement in financial crime: experiences in reg tech, fin crime automation, AI and more!
The CCC role is to protect Queenslanders from financial crime. They have authority to deal with corruption in state government departments, public sector agencies and statutory bodies, the Queensland Police Service, local governments, government-owned corporations, universities, prisons, courts, tribunals and elected officials. They believe recognizing corruption and money-laundering risk is one of the main challenges the public sector is currently facing.
Financial Crime is always changing, with new complexities always on the horizon. This session will see Kevin assess the evolutions of the last 5 years. In the context of the recent crisis he will share his thoughtleadership on what can be learnt and taken forward to support future crisis protections. Scene setting: the past 5 years and the knowledge evolution in a new era of AML and fraud prevention.
• Crisis as an opportunity to revisit your risk appetite - why and how?
• Leveraging learnings to protect against another possible pandemic
• Liability and fraud exposure reduction
• The challenge of cost vs reward even once leadership are on-side