Managing Big Data for Maximum Compliance Impact

  • When: November 18, 2015
  • Time: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
  • Level: Intermediate to Advanced

Big data is vital to AML/BSA compliance, but is also quite expensive to gather. The leads to a couple of obvious questions: One, are you getting your money’s worth? Two, is your data management serving your compliance needs? The reality is that data management methods often lag data gathering capacity. The result can be unnecessary costs and, more importantly, gaps in your screening and monitoring regimes. Our panelists outline the challenges, and provide suggested remedies, of managing data with an eye toward efficiency and better risk management.

Learning Objectives:

  • Designing tech systems that screen out unneeded data and reduce duplication and collection errors
  • Assembling the proper talent to translate data into useful oversight tools
  • Affirming internal policies for data sharing and security to aid compliance and protect your institution

Who Should Attend

  • Compliance Personnel
  • Technology Officers
  • Relationship Managers


  • Banking
  • Technology Vendors
  • Industry Consultants


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Sara Rose Ahonen
  • Sara Rose Ahonen, CAMS

  • Manager, BSA Compliance
  • Mutual of Omaha Bank


Brad Ahrens
  • Brad Ahrens

  • Vice President, Compliance — Surveillance Technology & Analytics
  • The Charles Schwab Corporation

Diana Liska
  • Diana Liska, JD, CAMS, CRCM, CCEP, CFE, SADR

  • Director of Financial Crimes, AML Compliance
  • First Data

Nirupama Suryanarayanan
  • Nirupama Suryanarayanan

  • Director, Risk and Compliance Systems and Analytics
  • PwC