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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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    Financial Crime
  • 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.

    Financial Crime, Government

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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?

    Futures, Financial Crime

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  • The future of insurance fraud prevention

    Thursday 01 April 2021

    The future of insurance fraud prevention

    The world is on digital fast-forward – more data, more competition for customers, more opportunities for fraud. Read our latest blog on how the future of insurance fraud prevention lies in understanding good customers and their data

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  • AI ethics in the Financial Services sector

    Tuesday 30 March 2021

    AI ethics in the Financial Services sector

    The Financial Services (FS) sector is making increasing use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to inform critical decisions that can affect consumers, such as loan and credit card applications. They cannot afford for any decisions generated by AI algorithms to be unfairly biased. Read more in our latest blog on strengthening AI ethics within FS.

    Financial Crime

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  • The pandemic and money laundering one year on

    Tuesday 16 March 2021

    The pandemic and money laundering one year on

    The pandemic has generated ripple effects of changes across the financial services sector. In his latest blog, Enda Shirley puts the world of money laundering under the microscope

    Financial Crime

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    Financial Crime
  • Fraud management within the worldwide insurance industry

    Tuesday 02 March 2021

    Fraud management within the worldwide insurance industry

    In his latest blog, Tyrone Cole discusses how fraudsters are not bound by regulatory constraints, IT budgets or jurisdictional boundaries like the insurance industry is, giving them an advantage in the global fight against insurance fraud

    Financial Crime

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    Financial Crime
  • A proactive approach to AML effectiveness

    Friday 19 February 2021

    A proactive approach to AML effectiveness

    Financial institutions are going through a huge change programme aimed at improving their anti-money laundering regime. Whether they are responding to regulatory pressure or to a new threat, they all face the same question… 'How effective are we at catching financial crime?'

    Futures, Financial Crime

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  • How COVID-19 has opened the door to an increase in telemedicine fraud

    Wednesday 17 February 2021

    How COVID-19 has opened the door to an increase in telemedicine fraud

    Medical fraud accounts for around $60 billion of the $80 billion in insurance fraud committed in the US every year. Telemedicine related scams are just one of over 13 categories of medical insurance fraud. Find out more in Dennis Toomey’s latest blog

    Financial Crime

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    Financial Crime
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