Building Quality Assurance Systems to Heighten Data Integrity

  • When: April 15, 2020
  • Time: 12PM – 2PM ET
  • Level: Intermediate to Advanced

Anti-financial crime (AFC) is increasingly data-driven, and that means data quality and integrity are central missions for AFC oversight. However, that seemingly simple mission can be a complex undertaking that requires assessing everything from institutional data needs, harmonizing internal IT architecture — and creating data governance protocols that support AFC functions while complying with issues such as privacy protection. At this authoritative webinar, panelists will conduct a rich analysis of what data quality assurance requires, along with strategies to leverage data’s value in AFC oversight.

Learning Objectives

  • Implementing internal systems including IT architecture to ensure integrity of data, conformance with institutional risk appetite and support of AFC functions
  • Creating data management protocols to leverage value of information across business lines and meet demands of regulations such as GDPR
  • Outlining common Know Your Data (KYD) challenges to address issues such as auditing data quality, ineffective communication across silos and algorithmic bias

Who Should Attend

  • Compliance Personnel
  • General Counsel
  • AFC Consultants
  • IT Vendors
  • Risk Managers


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  • Banking
  • Technology
  • MSBs


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Kamil Kaluza
  • Kamil Kaluza

  • Sales Director – Americas
  • Quantexa Ltd


Kamil is a Sales Director at Quantexa and a 20+ year veteran in banking, technology and more recently financial crime. His prior role was Chief Revenue Officer at US-based anti-financial crime startup. The bulk of his experience comes from HSBC across the Global Banking and Markets, and Retail Banking and Wealth Management business lines working and living in Europe, Asia and North and Latin America. At HSBC he was most recently responsible for meeting regulatory standards based on a combination of US, UK and HK regulations and the conditions of HSBC’s Department of Justice Deferred Prosecution Agreement. Kamil has also worked at Accenture in Australia.

He holds Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and Bachelor of Computer Science degree from the University of Queensland in Australia and a Master of Public Policy and Administration degree from Columbia University.


Roxanne Chance-Chin
  • Roxanne Chance-Chin, CAMS

  • Vice President BSA/AML/OFAC Officer


Roxanne Chance-Chin began her banking career in 1998, spent eight years in accounting, and one year in Deposit Operations. She has for the last 13 years focused on Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), Anti-Money Laundering (AML), and OFAC Sanctions functionality. She has been responsibility for all aspects of bank compliance with BSA, AML and OFAC regulations including governance, risk assessments, software implementation and management, policies and procedures, and training.

Kyle Daddio
  • Kyle Daddio

  • Managing Director
  • FTI Consulting

Nicole Kitowski
  • Nicole Kitowski, CAMS

  • Chief Risk Officer
  • Associated Bank