More Fraudsters, Fewer Staff: Fighting Fraud During the Great Resignation
Fraudsters never quit – but, increasingly, your staff is. They may be taking better or just different jobs in a massive, economy-wide talent shift dubbed “the Great Resignation”. At the same time, KYC and AML processes are changing to keep up with regulations and new kinds of fraud. Emerging technologies are enabling both new fraud vectors and new ways to prevent fraud.
How are organizations keeping up with this whirlwind of changes and keeping their fraud-fighting expertise from walking out the door? Join us for a discussion with a group of Thomson Reuters’ panelists on what best-in-class companies are doing right now to empower and motivate their staff. They will also look ahead to whether automating workflows could be the answer to the more-work, fewer-people problem, and investigate the increasing focus on adverse media.
You Will Learn How To:
Assess risk on an ongoing basis, on an individual basis and across a portfolio
Handle initial risk screenings
Monitor and investigate specific risks
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Jacob Denman - Panelist
Risk and Fraud Product Marketing Manager
Ken Yormark - Panelist
Partner, Forensic and Litigation Advisory Services
Heidi Schumacher - Panelist
Enterprise Fraud Manager
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