Transaction Monitoring and Reporting: How to Comply with Regulators While Reducing Costs

Mar 26 2018
Webinar

Financial institutions in Canada face constant challenges when it comes to meeting their anti-money laundering (AML)/ Anti-Terrorist Financing (ATF) obligations. They must work with ever-changing domestic and international regulatory environments while coping with increased pressures to operate cost-effectively. Financial institutions also need to continually monitor the adequacy and effectiveness of their AML/ATF program. How can they meet their AML obligations while protecting the bottom line?

In this webinar, we will address how an effective transaction monitoring process can:

  • Identify unusual transactions that warrant further investigation and regulatory reporting
  • Provide input into and improve the effectiveness of an AML/ATF program
  • Assist with profiling customers and understanding their unique risks
  • Ease the burden of compliance and reporting to regulators, including FINTRAC

Learning Objectives:

  • How to leverage data within the organization to identify suspicious transactions
  • Ways to deal with common pitfalls around data acquisition and standardization
  • How to enhance your customer due diligence (CDD) and customer profiling processes
  • How to increase the efficiency of the regulatory reporting process domestically and internationally
  • Ways to address unique compliance and business requirements

Register for the webinar

Webinar Details:
Transaction Monitoring and Reporting: How to Comply with Regulators While Reducing Costs
Date & Time: March 26, 1:00-2:00 pm Eastern Time

 

Speakers
Andrew Simpson, Chief Operating Officer, CaseWare Analytics
Chad Shafferman, Solutions Specialist, Financial Crime and Reputational Risk, Thomson Reuters