By now, we all know the statistics. It’s estimated that, in just one year, laundered money totals 2% to 5% of the global GDP. That amounts to a towering $2 trillion in US dollars. Traditional transaction monitoring approaches just aren’t equipped to win the money-laundering war. In fact, existing systems return false positive alerts as […]
Not only is human trafficking a humanitarian crime, it is also largely funded by money laundering. Human trafficking generates about $150B a year in profits. In this ACFCS webinar, SymphonyAI Sensa CEO Simon Moss and The Knoble founder Ian Mitchell discuss the role financial institutions play in combating this heinous crime. Watch it here.
In this free-wheeling conversation with SymphonyAI Sensa CEO Simon Moss, ACFCS podcaster Brian Kindle explores the impact of crypto on the banking sector, its potential to undermine or even replace fiat currencies, and the way lines are blurring between banks and crypto. Most importantly, the discussion sheds light on how the march of crypto impacts […]
Many have written volumes about the “new normal.” It’s pretty much a certainty that you’re tired reading about it, but the fact remains that the pandemic and ensuing events have altered the way both consumers and corporations function, and the banking industry is no exception. For financial institutions, one of the most disruptive consequences of […]
With rapidly emerging technology driving financial criminals, government agencies are finding it harder than ever to keep bad actors in line. Combine this with a shortage of skilled manpower and a lack of predefined regulations, and the problem grows exponentially. ATARC webinar panelists discuss how AI and machine learning can help prioritize investigations, detect criminal […]
We all know that an excess of false positives results in a huge waste of time for AML investigators, which translates to significant and unnecessary cost. It also impedes a bank’s ability to target legitimate money laundering events. But is the attention we pay to false positives causing us to overlook the hidden dangers of […]