Organised in cooperation with Italy’s Unità di informazione finanziaria, this international workshop will focus on the use of advanced analytics in the context of AML supervision and enforcement.
The objective will be to promote a common understanding and international dialogue on how these methods may complement FIUs’ tactical analysis of SARs or enhance supervisors’ risk mapping, and which dataset(s) may provide an effective and proportionate basis in this regard.
The event will involve presentations on use cases by international practitioners from FIUs, supervisors, law enforcement and financial institutions.
This workshop is part of RUSI’s ‘Financial Crime 2.0’ programme, which aims to determine how the AML regime can be updated in order to be more effective and reflect today’s technological landscape. For more information, please visit: https://rusi.org/projects/financial-crime-20.
The ‘Financial Crime 2.0’ programme is funded by EY, Lloyds Banking Group and Thomson Reuters.