Adverse Media – The Secret to Better KYC/AML Screening

2018-October-09

Time: 10:00 – 10:30 AM EST

As a current tool utilized by more large financial institutions to support their AML/KYC processes, Adverse Media can play a significant role in realizing operational efficiency and improved risk decision making. The challenge for many organizations is how to deploy this technology not just in a high risk business line, but enterprise wide, without creating a mountain of work for internal teams.

Joining RDC will be Ewa Frackiewicz from HSBC.  Ewa is the Negative News Screening (NNS) Lead within 2LoD for HSBC and is responsible for the oversight of NNS globally across all lines of business and jurisdictions in which HSBC operates. She joined HSBC in December 2016 having previous worked for Barclays and RBS. Ewa has broad and extensive experience in financial crime compliance (AML, KYC, CDD, Screening etc.) as well as Lean process management.

Webinar Will Cover:

  • How adverse media can assist in compiling an aggregate story for a sound risk decision to be made, or simply drive a binary decision in a low risk line of business.
  • How do teams apply and inject the information without an overwhelming output of alerts?
  • How do you determine what parameters to apply to ensure you aren’t missing something that would result in a clear decision for the company?

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