Balancing natural and artificial intelligences for enhanced sanctions compliance programs
Subsets of AI, such as machine learning and deep learning, have been proven in assisting compliance officers with handling large amount of data, automatizing decision patterns, giving humans more time to focus and prioritize most risky alerts. Although it brings some relief through the automation of heavy manual processes – AI should be used only until a certain extend and combined with natural intelligence. Vincent Gaudel, Compliance Expert and Joseph Bognanno, Global VP of Strategy and Alliances at Accuity will focus on the need to use hybrid intelligence in sanctions compliance programs to optimize your screening processes and ensure efficiency, effectiveness and explainability.
Join us to learn more about:
- The need for both types of intelligences
- The limits of each
- The balance between the two assets
Webinar sponsored by the Association of Certified Sanctions Specialists
Compliance Expert at Accuity
Vincent works as a compliance expert for Accuity / Fircosoft in Paris, France. His role includes the monitoring of regulations and emerging threats in the area of financial sanctions. He provides expert insights and contributes to the design of the best tools and datasets, helping Fircosoft’s clients to manage sanctions compliance.
Vincent has more than 7 years’ experience in compliance functions in banking, financial markets, payments & electronic money, and holds Master’s Degrees in international business (Bordeaux, France) and political science (Linköping, Sweden)
VP of Strategy and Alliances, Accuity
As VP of Strategy and Alliances for Accuity, Joseph has global responsibility for creating, evaluating, and managing strategic relationships with potential partners, joint ventures, acquisition candidates, regulators, and supporting Accuity’s commercial efforts through thought leadership and advocacy.
Joseph joined Accuity following the acquisition of Safe Banking Systems where he was Chief Innovation Officer. Prior to SBS, he served as SVP, Head of Global Risk Analytics at HSBC and was responsible for all transaction monitoring and name screening analytics. Joseph brings a broad perspective to his Accuity role, having worked as practitioner, solutions vendor and regulator.