Financial crime analytics can help financial institutions and investigators detect fraud and money laundering, assess risk, and report on data to prevent financial crime. Analytics help to pinpoint transactions that need further scrutiny, identifying the “needle in the haystack” of financial data.
On November 7th, at 2pm EST, join financial crime compliance advisory and training specialist Michael Schidlow, as he discusses the use of analytics in fraud and money laundering investigations.
The webinar will cover:
- How analytics can be applied to transactional data
- Different types of analytic methodologies
- Real world case studies of how analytics can be used to build or enhance investigations of fraud and money laundering