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As Financial Crime Is Amplified by the Pandemic and Beyond; Do You Know Your Sourdough Loaf From Your Processed White?
Covid-19 has provoked a surge in criminal activity. By pursuing a risk-based approach to prevention and mitigation, banks can tightly focus their efforts and better protect their customers from all financial crime.
In the first blog in this series, highlighting the Temenos Financial Crime Mitigation (FCM) Cookbook, we looked at the various risk assessments banks and FIs have to take seriously, if their Risk-Based approaches to FCM are to succeed.
Managing risk is the supreme discipline in banking and one which is widening everyday. Most financial institutions (FIs) are accustomed to manage risks in areas like credit risk or market risk where the hazards can be calculated and quantified and where they are assessed prior to accepting them.
There were many sessions on security at Sibos 2019, but the ones with the most impact were the ones on Financial Crime Mitigation (FCM). Security covers several diverse areas, some of which are quite surprising.
Cyber security is front of mind in the banking world, just as a new arsenal of financial crime mitigation software is coming of age. Machine learning, advanced data analytics and artificial intelligence provide high protection without inconvenience to customers, writes Adam Gable
Talk of robotics ending the world of work as we know can be misleading and disingenuous. Rather than replacing our jobs, robotics and AI has the ability to enrich them,…
The G20 addresses systemic risks In response to concerns about systemic risks in OTC derivatives markets, G20 leaders agreed to a comprehensive reform agenda. It was agreed that largely standardized…