In the digital-first world of fintech & banking, compliance teams can sometimes find themselves answering as much to growth and customer acquisition leaders as they do to their financial crime organizations — they need laser sharp accuracy in KYC and Watchlist tools without introducing more friction for customers or costly reviews for their operations teams.
The solution to this challenge lies in the use of more data and advanced analytics for both KYC and Global Watchlist strategies, but these kinds of innovations may also raise concerns among regulators.
In this webinar, Aite Analyst Charles Subrt will present research from his recent AML innovation research and Socure Product Manager Joshua Linn will address what it takes to integrate more data and intelligence into KYC.
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Charles (Chuck) Subrt is a senior analyst for Aite Group’s Fraud & AML practice and covers anti-money laundering and compliance issues. Mr. Subrt brings to Aite Group 20 years of legal and compliance experience and a deep expertise advising business leaders, driving change, and establishing strong, self-sustaining AML and financial crime compliance and risk management programs at a global financial services company. For the past 10 years, Mr. Subrt led multiple compliance functions for Sun Life Financial, where he delivered strategic and thought leadership as well as instilled vibrant risk management practices.
Leading digital identity verification and authentication strategy for a top 10 FI before joining Socure in 2018 to lead Data Acquisition efforts, Josh Linn now serves as Sr. Director of Product Management leading innovation for the regulatory compliance and predictive analytics platforms. He holds and MBA from Syracuse University and a Master's of Science in Information Systems from Northwestern University.
Annie is a privacy and data security attorney and compliance officer with deep experience assessing privacy and cyber risks. She is an expert on global laws and regulations, and their impact on the financial services and technology sectors, including big data and predictive analytics. Graduate of U.C. Berkeley and NYU School of Law. An IAPP Certified Information Privacy Professional - US and Canada, Certified Information Privacy Manager, and Fellow of Information Privacy.