Digital channels open the door to synthetic identity fraud. Luckily, artificial (AI, that is) can defeat synthetic.
Tag: financial crime
Stu Bradley evaluates his 2020 predictions for fraud, AML compliance and security.
In my first article, I looked at the main areas covered by the 4th Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Directive from the EU. This post covers the amendments to that directive introduced by the 5th AML Directive, and suggests how organizations can address the requirements of the two directives. The 5th AML Directive:
Questions about the regulatory regime related to the 4th and 5thEU Anti-Money Laundering (AML) directives are among the most frequent ones we have been getting this quarter. There can be no question that businesses are responding to increased regulations and in turn, driving demand for anti-money laundering technology to support
Currently, most fraud detection solutions for financial crime and tax fraud are focused on risk assessing entities. That is to say, they evaluate the risk of each individual or businesses separately. While this helps prioritize risk-based investigations by alerting investigators to the likelihood of fraud, it does not necessarily maximize deterrence.
You might assume that a battle-tested businessman with a gruff exterior and a taste for salty language lacks an inner child, but you’d be wrong. Exhibit A is this little-known fact: I have a soft spot for animated Disney movies. Now, I could try to bluff a bit and say
One of the hottest topics on today's agenda for financial institutions is FFIEC's recently released guidance supplement calling for layered fraud secuity and authentication. So, during the recent Terrorism Financing and Money Laundering Forum in Cary, North Carolina, a panel discussion on fraud was developed to discuss emerging trends in fraud -