The quest for financial inclusion – where are we and where are we heading?
Over the past decade, the number of active correspondents has decreased by 20%. The retreat is global but some regions have been hit harder than others – often those that can afford it the least.
De-Risking happens largely with countries where governance and controls around financial crime are not considered strong enough.
Based on the latest data shared from BIS on the global retreat of correspondent banks, this webinar will cover:
- The underlying impacts of De-Risking
- Achievements and lesson learned from recent cases
- The role of technology and big data in supporting financial inclusion
Join us to learn more about your organization’s role into building a reliable correspondent-banking network, creating greater financial inclusion, while ensuring robust enhanced due diligence procedures are in place.
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VP, Product Development, ACFCS
As VP of Product Development for ACFCS, he oversees the development and delivery of editorial and training content to the association’s global community of financial crime professionals, including news and analysis, live and online training events, and e-learning courses. He also assisted in the construction of the Certified Financial Crime Specialist (CFCS) examination, and coordinates a group of global financial crime experts to maintain and update the credential on an ongoing basis. Previously, he served as the Executive Director, and the association’s Editorial Director.
Before joining ACFCS, he conducted research and advocacy work on public policy issues for national and regional non-profit organizations, and was a freelance journalist. He is a graduate of Duke University.
VP Bankers Almanac KYC, Accuity
Dalbir Sahota has over 15 years’ experience working in investment banking operations transformation covering the domains of client data, foreign exchange services, derivatives middle office and KYC/CLM. Dalbir is currently VP of Bankers Almanac Risk and Compliance product propositions globally for Accuity. These products help organizations to detect and understand the regulatory and reputational risk of doing business with customers and counterparties.
Innovation Lead, Financial Crime Prevention, UBS
Saurav is driving the global innovation agenda in the Financial Crime Prevention team at UBS. Focus areas include transaction monitoring, KYC, AML, Sanctions & Fraud. He works alongside tech firms, RegTech start-ups, peer banks and regulators, to drive innovation on the AI, Machine Learning, encryption and data sharing concepts that are his current priorities.