Chicago-based BAI, an independent nonprofit that seeks to deliver the financial services industry’s most actionable insights, announced a new compliance training curriculum for nonbanks. This self-paced training courseware of more than 100 courses helps financial services leaders navigate new compliance regulations through tailored learning programs that provide real-world scenarios and context to lessons.
By Thorsten Hein
Changing regulations and new accounting standards are
creating enormous challenges for financial organizations. To successfully meet
these new requirements, organizations need to rethink the way they operate.
By Iain Daws
Since the financial crisis in 2008, financial compliance has undergone a significant shift. Regulators and governments have introduced stricter, more comprehensive rules. Complying with regulatory mandates — such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the United States and MiFID II in the European Union — requires effective, reliable and accurate communications capture, as well as ongoing, proactive communication surveillance and infrastructure monitoring.
Why AI in AML makes sense.
By Alaina Webster
Recently, federal regulatory agencies issued a joint statement that, boiled down, encourages financial institutions to take advantage of the possibilities artificial intelligence (among other new technologies) might offer banks in meeting their Bank Secrecy Act/anti-money laundering compliance requirements.
By John Klassen
The websites of state and federal regulators are among the online destinations most frequently accessed by compliance managers and anti-money laundering/anti-fraud analysts and researchers. While improving productivity, government online resources often suffer from various IT security weaknesses. BSA/AML specialists who access vulnerable sites become a target — because their browser betrays them.