For Your Information: Enhancing Data Management to Strengthen AML

  • When: July 22, 2020
  • Time: 12:00 – 2:00 PM ET
  • Level: All

Even before the advent of powerful technologies such as artificial intelligence, AML/AFC was a data-driven process, but in today’s supercomputer world, compliance professionals can be driven to distraction by the sheer volumes of generated data. Join this panel of experts for insights into enhancing data quality, data security and, most importantly, leveraging the power of data to augment oversight and mitigate financial crime risks.

Learning Objectives

  • Identifying specific intelligence needs of business lines and products/services to tailor data collection models to capture critical information and control for quality assurance
  • Developing clear protocols for data storage and security to optimize its value across enterprise and manage issues such as data duplication, privacy protection and unauthorized access
  • Auditing data management systems to ensure data integrity, identify opportunities to strengthen data analysis with AI or algorithmic adjustment and ensure data flows support AML    
  • Streamlining your investigation and SAR production processes to ensure you are addressing law enforcement’s needs

Who Should Attend?

  • Compliance Officers
  • IT Specialists
  • Auditors
  • Consultants
  • Risk Managers

Region/Industry

  • Global
  • Banking
  • Securities
  • Regtech
  • FinTech

Pricing

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Speakers

Brian Frankel
  • Brian Frankel, CAMS, CFE

  • Manager, Risk Advisory Services
  • Kaufman Rossin

Bio

Brian has specialized experience in Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) compliance, federal fraud investigations and various regulatory compliance matters in both the public and private sectors.

Currently, Brian leads consulting engagements that include: consent order remediation, risk assessments of BSA, AML, and OFAC programs, BSA/AML independent audits, and model validation testing for the transaction monitoring systems at various financial institutions nationwide.

Brian also assists client with implementation of Robot Process Automation (RPA) projects, creation of custom algorithms to detect suspicious activity,  and optimization of the existing transaction monitoring and sanction screening models to reduce the false positives observed.

Prior to joining Kaufman Rossin, Brian performed complex AML investigations at one of the Big Four banks and was responsible for overseeing a team of 15 analysts conducting high risk reviews in the areas of suspected human trafficking, trades based money laundering, and foreign corruption and bribery.

Brian speaks across the country at various events with the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) and has been published in a global journal on the subject of human trafficking and the emerging risks of money laundering in the U.S.

Brian is currently on the Board for the ACAMS South Florida Chapter and the FinTech and USF Program. Brian is also currently pursuing his Master’s of Science in Data Analytics from Texas A & M University.


Lynelle van Jaarsveldt
  • Lynelle van Jaarsveldt

  • Sr. Risk and Compliance Technical Analysts.
  • Tompkins Financial

Swapnil Agrawal
  • Swapnil Agrawal

  • Director, Center of Excellence – Global Financial Crime Division
  • MUFG