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This webinar will discuss the ideation and design process of a proper know-your-customer (KYC) framework based on stated business requirements. It will also explore how to implement and measure KYC effectiveness.
The webinar will examine the identity verification and manual processes that make a fully operational KYC process for regulated and non-regulated businesses, as well as fraud prevention, risk mitigation and regulatory compliance.
While the focus will be on KYC associated with onboarding end users, many practices can also be applied to businesses. You will learn how to accomplish these methods utilizing GBG GO's no-code environment.
KYC as part of an AML regulatory program | Basics of identity verification technologies | Basics of identity risk major vectors | Basics of sanctions/PEP screening
You Will Learn How To:
Execute a KYC process applied to consumer online onboarding
Apply fraud prevention best practices based on available technology
Recognize regulatory compliance as applied to KYC
Design and implement in GBG’s no-code environment
Group Internet Based
Credit by Field of Study
Jose Caldera - Speaker
Chief Product Officer of Global Product
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