Aite-Novarica Group’s Fifth Annual Financial Crime Forum: Keeping Pace With FinCrime in 2022 and Beyond

Over the one-day event, 17 interactive panel discussions dove deeply into a wide range of topics across fraud, authentication, and AML.  

November 8, 2022 – The Financial Crime Forum included over 300 registered attendees, with over 30 fraud and anti-money laundering executive panelists from financial institutions, fintech lenders, e-commerce merchants, and other organizations speaking on 17 moderated panels. The rise of scams and their increasing impact on financial organizations and consumers was just one of many key topics of discussion. The financial services industry (private and public sectors) is continuing to uncover and adopt new approaches and innovative solutions to keep pace with the escalating risk landscape.

This Impact Report explores the key themes that emerged from Aite-Novarica Group’s fifth annual Financial Crime Forum, including opportunities, lessons learned, and insights shared by fraud and AML practitioners and subject-matter experts across 17 moderated panels. Vendor sponsors and speakers included ACI Worldwide, Behaviosec, BioCatch, Bottomline Technologies, Brighterion, Callsign, Datavisor, Encompass Corporation, Experian, Ernst & Young, F5 Networks, GBG, Featurespace, Feedzai, FICO, Guidehouse, ID Insight, Innovis, Napier, Neustar, NICE Actimize, Nuance, Omega FinCrime, PwC, Quantifind, Quinte Financial Technologies, SAS, Shufti Pro, SymphonyAI NetReveal, SymphonyAI Sensa, The Knoble, and Verafin.

Clients of Aite-Novarica Group’s Fraud & AML service can download this report.

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