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People, Strategy, and Technology Perspectives
If you're leading financial crime risk and compliance programs read about 5 things of minimal effort and cost that will yield high returns. Join the conversation here.
If you’re building financial crime risk and compliance programs, operations, or solutions — these are the most important things that need to be done: 1/ Identify 2/ Screen 3/ Diligence 4/ Assess 5/ Monitor 6/ Investigate 7/ Report 8/ Reassess. Join the conversation here.
Training and upskilling Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) staff is best accomplished by 4 blocks of 10 focal areas. Join the conversation here.
Minor missteps in financial crime risk and compliance operations can equate to massive failures (violations of law) and/or massive waste (inefficiencies). Join the conversation here.
We are still seeing missteps in job descriptions and compensation. Join the conversation here.
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