Why is in-life monitoring so important?
In partnership with DueDil, we hosted a webinar on Tuesday 30th March on the challenges of Know Your Business (KYB) for Small and Medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
About the event
SME’s make up 99% of the UK and Ireland economy yet they remain underserved by traditional banks. Long-winded, complicated onboarding procedures, products that are not fit-for-purpose and a fundamental lack of information raise serious challenges for financial and insurance firms to support the sector.
Combine these challenges with the regulatory requirements to stay on top of critical customer information and you have a potential ticking time bomb that can explode into hefty fines, spiralling remediation costs and financial fraud.
Which raises the questions: how are you managing changes to your SME customer base? And do you understand the potential risks of failing to stay on top of these changes?
Watch our webinar on demand, in partnership with DueDil, where we discuss these challenges in detail and showcase how existing KYB processes are no longer fit for purpose.
During the live webinar, we will cover:
- The challenges SMEs face in gaining access to financial products and support
- The issues with the ongoing monitoring of SMEs in difficult market conditions
- Why in-life KYB is important and current practices are not up to the challenge
- The tools and technologies that can solve these problems
- Introduction, agenda and house rules
- Keynote fireside chat: SMEs and Banking in the UK with Thomas DeLuca
- Panel session
– Challenges and issues with KYB for SME
– Data, tools and technologies to overcome the KYB challenges of SMEs
- Q & A and close
Speakers at the webinar
Dr Sian Lewin
Co-founder and Head of Client Delivery and Research
Thomas J. DeLuca
SME Finance Forum
Former Head of Financial Crime, EMEA and MLRO
Managing Director (UK & I)
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Watch the webinar on demand
Watch the fireside chat with Thomas DeLuca
The webinar opened with Dr Sian Lewin and a fireside chat with Thomas DeLuca, Ambassador to the SME Finance Forum