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ACAMS Florida, Hollywood

15 - 17 April 2019
ACAMS AML and Financial Crime Conference
ACAMS Florida, Hollywood
15 - 17 April 2019 2019-04-15T16:18:41+02:00 2019-04-17T16:18:46+02:00
Hollywood, Florida, FL 33019, United States of America Diplomat Resort and Spa,3555 South Ocean Drive,Hollywood,Florida,FL 33019,United States of America

BAE Systems is proud to be an AML knowledge lunch sponsor at the ACAMS 24th Annual International AML and Financial Crime Conference taking place in Hollywood, Florida. Visit us on Booth 318.

 
The worlds of AML and compliance are undergoing rapid transformation, impacted by everything from new and complex regulations, technological disruptions and malicious threats including cybercrime and data breaches. These issues and more will be examined in depth at the 2019 ACAMS AML and Financial Crime conference which will attract over 2,000 financial crime prevention professionals from experts within government, finance and law enforcement sector. 

Visit our stand - Booth 318 - during ACAMS to meet our subject matter experts and find out how NetReveal from BAE Systems uncovers suspicious behavior by identifying and scoring networks of customers and accounts across an organization’s complete portfolio of products and brands.
 
Find out more about our full range of Financial Crime Solutions.
To learn more about NetReveal, book a meeting with us during ACAMS Hollywood.
 
 

 

AML Knowledge Luncheon – Tuesday, April 16, 12:15 pm
‘Building the Better Mousetrap’ 

 
 
Building the Better MousetrapRequest a seat at our ACAMS AML Knowledge luncheon we’re hosting on Tuesday, April 16, 12:15 PM ET. There is no cost to attend, although seating is limited.
 
During lunch lunch we’ll have a panel of experts discussing the topic of “Building the Better Mousetrap: Utilizing advanced technologies to enhance risk detection, strengthen investigations and satisfy regulatory expectations.”
 
Highlights of this complimentary session with our experts will include:
 
 
  • Optimizing data-driven tools such as entity-relationship modeling and socially bounded decision-making to refine detection of behavioral and transactional risk indicators.
  • Creating tech-led alert investigation protocols to capture efficiencies of dynamic digital forensics and mitigate limitations of traditional transaction monitoring and static data structures.
  • Employing technology to enhance compliance through robust responses to present-day regulatory priorities and compilation of data-based documentation of risk management efficacy.