Revolutionizing Transaction Monitoring Using Artificial Intelligence

  • Sep 5, 2024 10:00 a.m.
  • Central Time (CT)
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100 minutes
Revolutionizing Transaction Monitoring Using Artificial Intelligence


Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly being used by fraudsters in money laundering efforts, presenting a formidable challenge to the fraud-fighting community. In response, fraud examiners must equip themselves with advanced techniques to combat this evolving threat.  

In this session, you will explore the use of AI in anti-money laundering, as well as fraud prevention and detection, with a focus on developing rule-based and prediction-based scenarios. Additionally, you will review examples of mobile and internet banking fraud, along with the challenges and risks associated with using AI and how to mitigate those risks. 


This session is for CFEs with a basic knowledge of fraud monitoring or compliance programs. Individuals should have prior basic knowledge of anti-money laundering compliance programs. 

You Will Learn How To:

Implement AI to develop scenarios that detect anomalies in banks and financial institutions.

Differentiate between rule-based and predictive analytics.

Apply best practices to manage false positive alerts.

CPE Information

CPE Credit: 2
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

Credit by Field of Study

Information Technology: 2


Haitham Humeid Al Raisi, CFE  - Speaker

Haitham Humeid Al Raisi

Associate Vice President, Fraud Risk Management 
Sohar International 


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