Financial crime frameworks examined
– an intelligence led approach
Implementing a threat-led approach to financial crime risk management gives organisations the opportunities to recalibrate their financial crime framework.
About the event
Threats occur in the real-world, they involve real people – perpetrators, victims, enablers, insiders – and many other people and objects that get caught up as collateral damage. In the context of financial institutions, threats can be thought of as the ways in which your organisation can be misused for money laundering, terrorist financing or sanctions evasion purposes. To protect your organisation and wider society from these threats, you need to understand which threats are relevant to you, how those threats manifest in your organisation and what you can do about them. This is the threat-led approach.
This webinar covered key questions such as:
- How has the threat financial crime landscape evolved in recent years?
- What does it mean to be threat-led in your approach to financial crime prevention, and why is it important?
- Why is it difficult to adopt a thread-led approach to financial crime risk management?
- Why is it important to have a standardised financial crime threat taxonomy?
- How can firms leverage technology to better understand the evolving threat landscape?
This event is in partnership with
Speakers at the webinar
MLRO at DNB London Branch
Senior Managing Director, Technical Services, K2 Integrity
CEO & Co-founder, Acuminor
Why should institutions adopt a threat led approach to financial crime?
Listen to Andrew Caines discuss the best practice for how organisations should link together Risks, Risk Assessments and Threats.
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Why should institutions adopt a threat led approach to financial crime? – Full Webinar replay
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