23 September 2019
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has transformed the banking and finance industry and has become key to maintaining competitive advantage. Now the industry needs to assess "what next?". How can human intelligence work alongside AI? How can humans create value with AI? How can financial services balance customer experience and profitability with trust and transparency?
While Anti-money laundering (AML) controls are not new to the financial industry, the regulations and technologies applicable to these controls are changing rapidly. New complex regulations like AI are changing the traditional approach. These innovations and technologies can strengthen AML compliance approaches, as well as enhance transaction monitoring systems. Financial institutions must update their tactics to take on malicious threats.
Come join us in this for this morning session to learn more about developments in AI and its implication and application to the financial industry with Mr Praveen Jain, Head, FCC Controls Strategy and Innovation, Group Financial Crime Compliance, Standard Chartered Bank
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23 September 2019
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Mr Praveen Jain, Head FCC Controls Strategy and Innovation, Group Financial Crime Compliance, Standard Chartered Bank
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23 Sep 2019
Head, Financial Crime Compliance Controls Strategy and Innovation
Praveen Jain is the Head of Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) Controls Strategy and Innovation at Standard Chartered Bank. He is the Accountable Executive for roll-out of the enhanced Transaction Monitoring solutions and responsible for the investigations tools for SCB. He leads the design for the strategic surveillance solutions and leads the innovation program to support the bank in staying at the forefront of FCC risk management by leverage new technologies within the Financial Crime Compliance space.
Praveen was previously responsible for Strategy and Transformation within the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) at Bank of America. His early career was with ABN AMRO Bank in AML compliance and with Detica in product management and consulting.