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Financial Institutions, and the Investment Management industry in particular, have evolved technology and operations to combat money laundering, fraud, insider threat, cyber, and trader misconduct threats over the past decade. An unfortunate byproduct of this evolution is that these groups have matured in isolation from one-another. Because of this fragmentation, asset managers struggle to fully understand their risk exposure to individual threats which are increasingly spanning across multiple business units. Many times fraud risks are related to cyber intrusion and ultimately result in the money laundering of the illicit funds. Threats that are first manifested as insider threats quickly spill into AML, Fraud, or Trade Misconduct risks. For asset managers, these risks can be more severe and harder to identify as the risk typologies tend to be more complex.
Booz Allen’s Financial Crimes group is bringing together senior professionals throughout the Boston area AML and Compliance community to discuss the growing threats and challenges related to the convergence of compliance domains for asset management, wealth management, and other financial institutions as well as the opportunities to mitigate these risks and add value to your organization. Booz Allen, industry, and regulatory leaders will gather to share their experiences and points of view through this limited seating dinner and networking event.
Panelists will include senior compliance executives from leading Boston-area financial institutions and other experts in the industry recognized for their expertise in financial crime domains.
For more information about this event, please email to [email protected]
Booz Allen believes that the future of risk management for financial institutions is in the convergence of cyber threat intelligence, AML, fraud, insider threat detection, trade surveillance, and other related programs. Read More
|7:15-8:00pm||Initial Panel Discussion: The Benefits of Converging Financial Crime Domains|
|8:00-8:15pm||Booz Allen AgencyInsight Mini-Training: How Cyber-crime Proceeds are Laundered|
|8:15-8:45pm||Roundtable Discussion: Challenges in Converging Financial Crime Domains|
|9:00-9:30pm||Open Bar and Networking|
*Dinner will be available throughout the evening
Due to space limitations in this venue, attendance is by invitation only. To request an invitation, please fill out the form below.