Financial institutions all across the world are share a common cause in the fight against financial crime. All financial institutions, irrespective of their size or geographies, are being targeted by the same sophisticated, managed and target-driven criminals across multiple channels, business lines and financial products. However, this is where the similarities end. Financial institutions vary widely in their approaches to managing financial crimes, in particular the spiralling levels of fraud. Indeed, the phrase 'effective fraud management' has many connotations, but the question is - what does it actually mean and how can it be achieved?
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This webinar offers expert commentary and analysis on the growing fraud threats facing financial institutions in today's climate, and the strategies leading financial institutions are employing to manage these threats effectively.
In this webinar, you'll hear from Celent's Neil Katkov, a leading industry expert on financial crime and compliance, who will share his insights into the world of financial crimes, outline the issues facing financial institutions and their need to manage fraud as a true 'end-to-end' process, and will explain how the world's leading financial institutions are approaching the threats.
You'll also hear from Robert Snider, Financial Industry Solutions Architect with IBM, who will discuss how financial institutions can strengthen account origination processes using an integrated risk management strategy. Robert will highlight current and pending challenges in terms of regulatory compliance, fraud risk and credit risk management procedures. He will explain how the IBM Banking Industry Framework provides a unified banking framework that delivers software and accelerates smarter solution deployment, providing end-to-end banking solutions.
Finally, David Dixon, Norkom's Managing Director of Financial Crime, will discuss the growing recognition by leading financial institutions that, while fraud detection is indeed an important component in the fraud management process, it is only one element of a true end-to-end fraud management solution, and to prevent future fraud from taking place, financial institutions need to effectively and efficiently manage the investigation and resolution processes. By applying advanced case management and true investigative intelligence that aggregates information from multiple channels, banks can cut off fraud in mid-attack and protect themselves and their clients from financial risk.