Webinars in Review
Date: Friday, October 26, 2018
By: Anshul Arora
Every financial institution faces costly challenges managing fraud and AML. False Positives (FP) are an especially problematic resource drain, as they typically range as high as 75 to 90percent. Since each alert must be investigated, the waste of time, technology, manpower – and budget – is staggering. What’s more, every FP potentially delays the detection and reporting of bona fide alerts and adds.
Date: Thursday, January 14, 2016
By: Dennis Lormel
Introduction Undercover operations are an extremely valuable and productive law enforcement tool. They frequently result in high profile criminal prosecutions. Undercover cases range from public corruption to organized crime, drug trafficking, financial crimes, counterfeit goods, smuggling, government contracting and other criminal activities. Many of these activities also involve money laundering and fraud.
Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2015
By: Dr. Moyara Ruehsen
While it may not be wholly deserving of an unsavory reputation, Lebanon can still be a perilous banking jurisdiction, fraught with recent examples of terrorist financing activity. We highlighted a pair of these instances in our webinar aired in July 2012, “Terrorist Financing: Two Case Studies.”
Date: Wednesday, October 10, 2012
By: M. Sigerson
Bulk cash smuggling along the United States-Mexico border has dogged financial institutions and law enforcement professionals alike dating back to the opening salvo of the war on drugs. Today, the problem has exploded as cartels with expansive resources have found innovative methods to transfer wealth not just between those two countries but also around the world.