In-person • Wednesday 23rd November, 16:45 – 20:00
The Brewers’ Hall, Aldermanbury Square, London, EC2V 7HR

Follow the money: Unlock savings and drive growth in anti-financial crime

Where ethical AI and tech play




For the next FinCrime Intelligence Network, we will be looking at the economic downturn and – in that context – the opportunities to be more cost-effective in the Anti-Financial Crime (AFC) area.

An economic recession affects both businesses and consumers – each feels the pinch of the purse strings and the worry of making things work as best as they can with what they have at their disposal. The same can be said for Compliance functions in managing AML programs to manage the known and find the unknown.

Rather the recession being a hindrance for advancing AML, it should be seen as an opportunity to optimise, to leverage technology further to mature AML practices and addresses sticking points which can hold up progress. Are you leaning into AI, machine learning more to detect and prevent suspicious crime? How are you dealing with the ethical side and bias over the behaviour or PII in using AI/ML?

What conversations are you having with C-suite peers and the Board to maximise this timing? And what are you doing to integrate AML compliance with business strategy to support better profitability?

So how will you optimise the recession with tech and AI to drive effectiveness and gain efficiencies? Join us for this lively evening.

Agenda:

  • 4:45pm – Welcome drinks
  • 5:00pm – Event welcome & Intro
  • 5:10pm – Roundtable discussion
  • 6:00pm – Close to the roundtable
  • 6:00 to 8pm – Drinks and canapés

This think tank is by invitation only, so please register your interest by sending an email to: [email protected]. You will receive an email following the approval of your registration.