Financial crime continues to soar. In 2022, Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) increased 57% from pre-pandemic and the number is only expected to rise this year. Additionally, Interpol listed money laundering as the number one crime threat in its first-ever Global Crime Trend.
From the pandemic to the dramatic increase in sanctions to bad actors getting more sophisticated – financial crime-fighting has changed so much in a short period of time. The roles, processes, and technologies used to combat financial criminals have also evolved. Even the attitudes of regulators have changed in recent years. But where is it all headed and what can we learn from the past?
Join us for this expert panel of powerhouse women in FinCrime as they discuss the evolution of fighting financial crime – and what comes next:
- How FinCrime has changed and where it is going
- What new tools and techniques are being used
- Advice and lessons learned throughout their careers
- How AI is being used to innovate compliance operations