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  • Paradox predicament

    Thursday 14 October 2021

    The privacy paradox predicament

    The majority of consumers will say they care about online privacy but it's likely their online behaviour will tell a different story. This disconnect between preferences and actions has created a ‘privacy paradox’ but what does this mean for banks?

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  • The global state of anti-money laundering

    Monday 11 October 2021

    Exploring the global state of anti-money laundering

    62% of risk professionals says money laundering has become harder to spot over the last 12 months. Find out more in this new blog from Enda Shirley

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  • Britcoin - a new virtual currency for the UK

    Thursday 12 August 2021

    A new virtual currency for the UK?

    As the UK considers the potential adoption of #Britcoin, a new virtual currency, Charmian Simmons says the speculation is currently causing more questions than answers

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  • How will new whiplash-claim portal impact on personal injury claims fraud?

    Thursday 05 August 2021

    How will the new whiplash claim portal impact on personal injury insurance fraud?

    With high volumes of new whiplash claims submitted by uninitiated amateurs as opposed to experienced solicitors, is the increased volume of varied, poorer quality submissions likely to increase with the new online whiplash claim portal?

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  • FinCrime - A unified view

    Thursday 15 July 2021

    FinCrime - A unified view

    The FS industry has become accustomed to the term FRAML that encompasses both fraud and AML strategies and operations. However, this isn’t far reaching enough. This blog explores the need for unified FinCrime strategies in harnessing data and collaboration across broader teams

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  • How banks and insurance providers can leverage

    Tuesday 06 July 2021

    How banks and insurance providers can leverage modern solutions for modern fraud

    Simon Viney’s latest blog discusses the magnitude of the issue and the need for modern solutions to address modern fraud

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  • Data ethics and Financial Services providers

    Thursday 13 May 2021

    Data ethics and Financial Services providers

    For data ethics to be useful in practice, it has to be more than just ‘what not to do’. It is about shifting the conversation from what you could do with data, to what you should do with data. Holly Armitage and Chris Blood explore this topic in their latest blog

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  • Pandemic-related security and fraud trends - The COVID Crime Index

    Thursday 29 April 2021

    Pandemic-related security and fraud trends observed in our latest research - The COVID Crime Index

    In light of the COVID online fraud spike, our new research explores consumer attitudes about protecting themselves online and their expectations for financial services providers

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  • Fuelling the fight against fraud blog

    Tuesday 20 April 2021

    Fuelling the fight against fraud

    Stuart Goodwin and Dil Begum consider the deep rooted issue of fraud in the UK and examine how better use of data may help turn the tide.

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  • Will 6AMLD help us agree what AML success looks like

    Tuesday 13 April 2021

    Will 6AMLD help us agree what AML success looks like

    With 6AMLD putting the focus squarely on 22 predicate offences – do we have an opportunity to re-evaluate how we measure AML detection success and effectively tackle organised crime?

    Financial Crime, Futures

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