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21 May 2020
Neil Katkov and Arin Ray

Financial Crime Compliance in The Year of COVID-19

Financial Crime Compliance in The Year of COVID-19

How are financial criminals exploiting the pandemic and how are financial firms responding to the rapidly developing challenges? Celent’s Neil Katkov and Arin Ray discuss solutions for the operational and technology issues facing firms today.

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Reports & Blogs discussed:

COVID-19 has unleashed a new low in financial crime
Neil Katkov
COVID-19 is providing criminals with ideal conditions for perpetrating all types of fraud, including fraud directed at customers and fraud directed at banks.

Financial Crime in The Time of COVID-19
Arin Ray
Financial institutions need to be even more diligent and vigilant in preventing their spread and market contagion.

Applying Advanced Analytics In AML: Tools And Techniques For Improving Efficiency And Effectiveness
Arin Ray
False positives are the most visible symptoms of the challenges in KYC-AML, but the root cause lies upstream in data and classification techniques that have traditionally been used. Advanced analytics such as AI, machine learning can help overcome the challenges and improve efficiency and effectiveness.

IT and Operational Spending in AML-KYC: A Global Perspective
Neil Katkov & Arin Ray
Celent estimates that financial industry spending on AML-KYC compliance technology, operations, and data will reach US$32.1 billion globally in 2019.


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Asia-Pacific, EMEA, LATAM, North America