Organized crime networks continue to find new and innovative ways to further their illegal business interests, and criminals are getting so good at hiding their illicit wealth in the legitimate economy that questionable parties, networks, and events go undetected. Legacy approaches and rule-based platforms can’t counter this evolving threat landscape, leaving organizations with too many false positives and time-consuming investigations. Smarter risk-based approaches to financial crime prevention, detection, and investigation are needed. To achieve elevated risk identification, sharper organizational decision-making, and more impactful outcomes, many AML executives are increasingly embracing big data and advanced analytics.
Join this panel as they explore how organizations are integrating advanced analytics to modernize their AML practices, transform risk-relevant data into actionable intelligence, and set up smarter and more agile financial crime defenses.