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Tackling Big Data and AML Analytics: Responding to Escalating Regulatory Expectations


Mar 19, 2014 11:10am ‐ Mar 19, 2014 12:25pm


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Description

Objectives:

  • Discerning fact from fiction: What constitutes big data in a global context and how does it align with the aggregation of data in financial institutions?
  • Utilizing technology to redefine what local, regional, national and global organizations can do to leverage their existing data.
  • Effectively employing analytics to improve your transaction monitoring and performance tuning.
  • Implementing more sophisticated alert tools to decrease the time required to evaluate and close alerts.
  • Assessing big data in terms of SAR reporting and transaction monitoring—what must financial institutions do to protect customer information?

Speaker(s):

  • Rick A. Small, CAMS, Executive Vice President, Director Financial Crimes Program, , BB&T
  • Jack Sonnenschein, CAMS-Audit, Founder and Principal, Compliance Navigation LLC

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