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Mobile Identity, Authentication, and the Shifting Landscape of APP Fraud

27.02.24

Webinar

Mobile Identity, Authentication, and the Shifting Landscape of APP Fraud

Join us for a critical discussion on Authorised Push Payment (APP) fraud, a rising epidemic in the UK. With billions lost annually, the financial and emotional toll on victims is immense. This panel, featuring representatives from GBG, and Sekura.id, aims to address the various dimensions of APP fraud, from types and financial impact to crucial regulatory changes imposed by the Payment Systems Regulator.
Intelligence Analysis for FinCrime Decision Making

27.02.24

Workshop

Intelligence Analysis for FinCrime Decision Making

Let's dive into the world of Structured Analysis of Competing Hypotheses (ACH)! This workshop is your chance to master the art of analysing competing theories and come up with stand out operational solutions to make better strategic decisions.
Preparing for FCA and PRA Supervisory Visits and Reviews

26.02.24

Workshop

Preparing for FCA and PRA Supervisory Visits and Reviews

Navigating a regulator’s visit has become increasingly challenging, but with expert insight and strategic preparation you can significantly ease the process. After this workshop, delegates will return to work with a much clearer understanding of which systems and processes need their attention, allowing them to allocate valuable time and effort more effectively and efficiently.
Conducting Due Diligence

08.02.24

Workshop

Conducting Due Diligence

This workshop is designed to empower participants by offering guidance and support to elevate their understanding and expertise in assessing and effectively managing financial crime risks tied to customers, whether individuals or legal entities.
Deposit management for 2024: a customer centric plan for growth

06.02.24

Webinar

Deposit management for 2024: a customer centric plan for growth

As interest rates have returned to more conventional levels, deposit accounts have become an attractive option to those looking for return on their money with minimal risk. At the same time increases in the cost-of-living have placed pressure on savings and led to outflows to support everyday expenditure. As a result banks’ Deposit businesses have moved to centre stage.
Payment Services Regulations – How will the UK Banking Sector Evolve As A Result of Mandatory Reimbursement?

31.01.24

Webinar

Payment Services Regulations – How will the UK Banking Sector Evolve As A Result of Mandatory Reimbursement?

In this webinar, attendees will learn how the financial ecosystem may change in the short and long term, and how technology can help banks become PSR compliant and reduce their exposure to fraud.
Compliance Monitoring

30.01.24

Workshop

Compliance Monitoring

This workshop aims to provide participants with insights into Compliance Monitoring and the current key issues in this field. This training will explore the real-world implications of regulatory frameworks and offer guidance on effective Compliance Monitoring management within your organisation.
Fraud Technical Briefing - latest strategies in financial services

29.01.24

Briefing

Fraud Technical Briefing - latest strategies in financial services

This event will bring together practitioners and stakeholders from across the finance and banking industry to discuss the latest strategies in fraud and financial crime prevention and explore the latest solution to the threats in the sector.
Data as a Defence: Clean Data for Cyber, AI and Operational Resilience Regulatory Risk

24.01.24

Webinar

Data as a Defence: Clean Data for Cyber, AI and Operational Resilience Regulatory Risk

As assets progress through their lifecycle, the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) estate accumulates cyber vulnerabilities as a result of poor asset visibility and security hygiene. The outcome - the Financial Institution (FI) cyber attack surface expands and Financial Services (FS) market systemic risk amplifies. Join speakers from UK Finance, KPMG, Armis and Cyber Defence Alliance (CDA) as they explore how collaborating and combining data at scale using Armis’ unique micro and macro view of the financial industry will allow FIs and the Bank of England (BoE) to identify weak spots in their business operations, strategy, and defense mechanisms and take action before a vulnerability becomes a cyber event.