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WEBINAR: The financial crime screening landscape in MENA

August 21, 2019
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM UTC+4

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This complimentary webinar will give you an insight into the changing face of financial crime compliance (FCC) in MENA. You will have the opportunity to learn from Accuity’s subject experts David Loeser, Director, Product Management and Development and Vincent Gaudel, Compliance Specialist.

David and Vincent will discuss the unique compliance landscape in the region, discussing how well prepared it is for the imminent FATF Report and exploring some of the unique challenges faced in the region with regards to screening – and how to overcome them.

The running order and registration form for the webinar is listed below. We hope to welcome you on-board:

Are we ready for FATF?
• How does the current landscape within MENA differ from the rest of the world ? Which country is best prepared?
What hurdles does the region face – and how can they be overcome?
• Sourcing the right data
• Dealing with the large quantities of false alerts/mismatches
What’s the value in compliance? 
• How can effective screening for financial crimes positively influence a company’s reputation?

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