The Role of Technology & Public Private Partnerships in Fighting Financial Crime - FREE EVENT

Continuous Professional Development (CPD) 

Continuous professional development (CPD) is a major factor when carving out a career in compliance, particularly when taking in to account the ever-changing regulatory environment with new and emerging legislation constantly on the agenda. The Compliance Institute is the leading provider of CPD events for compliance professionals in Ireland. 

THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY & PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS IN FIGHTING FINANCIAL CRIME

This webinar explores how Public Private Partnership’s (PPPs) are evolving as a major force in addressing criminal activity, data privacy, and promoting the adoption of technology in fighting financial crime.

 

The webinar will examine how law enforcement agencies, regulators, and the financial services industry itself can effectively share information in order to improve our capacity to fight financial crime.

 

The webinar will also explore how technology can improve the industry’s collective effectiveness in fighting financial crime, for example: how can technology streamline processes and enhance the focus on real alerts that are useful for Financial Intelligence Units (FIUs).

 

In addition, the webinar will also provide an overview of features of ‘micro-credential’ education programmes, and introduce a series of new ‘micro-credential’ Certificates to be offered by the Compliance Institute and PAT Fintech from February 8th 2022.

 

These Certificates (10 ECTS @ Level 8 on the NFQ), delivered of 12 weeks, are accredited in partnership with Technological University Dublin and offer an innovative approach to for professionals to upskill/reskill in contemporary industry focused environment.

 

Professional Certificate in Fintech AML Compliance Framework

Professional Certificate in Fintech AML Cycle

Professional Certificate in Fintech & Evolution of AML Compliance

Professional Certificate in Fintech Innovation & RegTech

Webinar Details

Date: Tuesday, 25th January  

Time: 13:00-14:00  

CPD: TBC  

Fee: FREE  

Platform: GoToWebinar 

Attendee Takeaways

  1.    
    1. Attendees will be able to reference tangible examples of the role of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in fighting financial crime.
    2. Attendees will be able to demonstrate how technologically enhanced monitoring systems, and data sharing, can fundamentally improve the quality of suspicious transaction alerts.
    3. Attendees will develop their practical understanding of how technology can both reduce the costs and the level of operational risk within the financial services industry.
    4. Attendees will be able to analyse the critical components of the ‘data issue’ in building effective Public Private Partnerships (PPPs).

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Speakers:

Andrew Quinn
Director - PAT Fintech

As head of PAT Fintech, Andrew actively collaborates with the diverse Fintech ecosystem - whether they be ‘new’ Fintech companies and/or an ‘incumbent/traditional’ Financial Institutions that are providing technologically enabled financial services/products – to develop a range of training courses that are designed, and delivered, in conjunction with industry bodies, professional bodies, and experienced financial service professionals.

Professor Daniel Broby
Chair of Financial Technology @ Ulster University

Recently appointed as Chair of Financial Technology at Ulster University, Daniel has enjoyed a successful career in both academia and practice. His research interests revolve around financial technology, financial indices, and the regulation of capital markets. Daniel has written a number of peer reviewed papers on index construction, fund management, emerging financial markets, distributed technologies and market regulation. Daniel has also spoken and chaired numerous conferences, appeared on Bloomberg TV, CNBC, and in the financial press, and regularly interacts with policy markets and regulators.

Steven Meighan
Inspector @ Garda National Economic Crimes Bureau

Steven has 21 years of experience in the public service, specialising in financial crime, asset recovery, and financial intelligence. He is a qualified barrister and holds a B.Sc. (Hons.) in Computer Science from Dublin City University, a M.Sc. in International Police Science from the University of Portsmouth and is currently reading for a PhD in Anti-money Laundering and Technology at the University of Hull.

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When
1/25/2022 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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