How to stay ahead of fraud and financial crime


With financial crime and fraud consistently evolving and changing, there is the regular need for the financial industry to keep pace with it.

In a recent discussion, Standard Chartered group manager, CyFi, financial crime compliance Americas Adam Munro, Barclays director global head of assurance Pravin Kumar and HSBC former product management VP compliance COO function Joydeep Das examined how firms can stay ahead of the game.

One of the key challenges in the fight against financial crime is getting to grips with the issues posed by cybercriminals. How can financial institutions develop a responsive approach to cybercriminals who continuously evolve their approach?

Munro commented, “Traditionally many of these internal functions, or certainly the information security teams within financial institutions have been almost separate or siloed, from the financial crime function. And there’s been very little if any interaction between them.

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