The Future of Financial Crime Compliance: What's Next?David Stewart and Keith Swanson of SAS on the Impact of Anti-Financial Crime Measures and AI's Emergence
Financial institutions globally have invested heavily in anti-financial crimes strategies and the tools used to report potential risk to regulatory authorities. But so have their adversaries. How are institutions employing emerging tech such as AI/ML to create more effective fraud defenses? David Stewart and Keith Swanson of SAS share insights.
David Stewart, Global Director, Banking Fraud & Security Intelligence and Keith Swanson, Director of Fraud, Financial Crimes and Security Intelligence, Asia-Pacific & Japan spoke to Information Security Media Group to discuss:
- Global trends in AML and financial crimes compliance;
- AI and other emerging technologies now driving AML and anti-fraud defenses;
- How financial institutions should be preparing for the future of financial crimes and compliance.
Stewart leads strategy development, guides product management and provides key marketing counsel for fraud and compliance solutions worldwide. In addition to working closely with many of the world's leading financial institutions and regulatory agencies, he collaborates with SAS research and development and delivery teams to deploy industry best practices for financial crimes solutions.
Swanson is the director of fraud, financial crimes and security intelligence for SAS in Asia Pacific-Japan. He has worked with customers or directly for organizations across North America and Asia in both global and regional industries, including financial services, government and communications.