Put Some PEP in your STEP: How To Limit Your Exposure

  • When: April 22, 2020
  • Time: 12PM EDT-1PM EDT
  • Level: All

The world of Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) continues to evolve. Close associates. Family Members. Designations for International Sporting Officials and Governmental Organizations. As countries and regulations address PEPs and their sphere of influence through different lenses, it is incumbent on compliance programs to examine their policies and look for the balance between coverage and efficiency. This informative webinar will outline best practices to limit exposure by strengthening current controls, while also cutting down on false positives.

Learning Objectives

  • Highlight PEP-specific regulatory trends and the impact on financial institutions
  • Define proper, risk indicators for PEPs using Country, Entity, and Position
  • Describe how to apply PEP best practices to a compliance program to reduce the noise and false positives while strengthening current controls

Who Should Attend

  • Compliance Personnel
  • Risk Managers
  • BSA/AML Officers
  • FIU Members

Region/Industry

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Banking
  • FinTech
  • MSBs
  • Insurance

Sponsor

RDC

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Speakers

Nikki Landes
  • Nikki Landes

  • VP, Operations

Bio

Nikki is responsible for managing RDC’s global analyst and data operations. With over 8 years’ experience in the AML field with RDC; she has a deep understanding and insight into RDC’s customer screening processes, systems and data. Having previously holding various positions including Director of Data Research & Operations, and Advanced Reporting Manager. Ms. Landes received her Bachelors and Masters degrees from West Chester University and is a certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist.


Hugo Veazey
  • Hugo Veazey

  • Director, Anti-Financial Crime Solutions

Bio

Hugo is a seasoned campaigner in the banking industry, spending the last seven years of his 30+ year career within the financial crime prevention space. He has worked for Bank of America Merrill Lynch, JP Morgan and Commerzbank in a variety of roles including Global Financial Crimes Compliance, Remediation and KYC Advisory. Prior to this he spent c23 years with Barclays working primarily in their front office, fulfilling numerous Relationship Manager roles, most notably in UK Premier Banking, Commercial Banking and International Wealth Management. He has experience of working with UK and US regulators and could be called a poacher turned gamekeeper given his move from sales to the middle office.