American Banker: Staying Ahead of KYC Bad Guys

In this American Banker webinar sponsored by NTT DATA, experts address whether current Know Your Customer (KYC) standards offer sufficient fraud protection and how modernization and automation improve outcomes.



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The 2022 NTT DATA Global Threat Intelligence Report found that 2021 was marked by more sophisticated and substantial threats, and the financial services and banking sector continues to be one of the most targeted industries, particularly for fraud and money laundering.

Banks must quickly and securely integrate data to validate identities and boost customer experience — while maintaining privacy and minimizing risk.

In this one-hour, on-demand webinar, our experts address whether the current KYC standardization offers sufficient fraud protection in a dynamic market. And they’ll share how market-differentiating modernization and automation approaches help to improve KYC governance.

Our panel also looks at the challenges presented by ever-changing customer needs, regulatory requirements, achieving greater operational efficiencies, and regional differences.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Risks of falling behind in KYC reviews and alert investigations
  • A new definition of standardized KYC
  • Modern KYC approaches
  • Benefits of KYC Digital Transformation

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Our Speakers

Mike Sisk Headshot
Mike SiskContributing Editor, American Banker
Mike is a New York-based journalist who has covered business and the financial markets for more than 20 years, including stints as the investor editor at Red Herring, editor-at-large at US Banker, and contributing editor at Bank Technology News. His articles have appeared in numerous publications, and he has co-written and edited three books; the most recent was Merge Ahead: Mastering the Five Enduring Trends of Artful M&A (McGraw-Hill 2009).
Bill Wilson Headshot
Bill WilsonSenior Director, BPO FS&I, NTT DATA
Bill brings more than 25 years of strategy and operations experience with professional services firms and financial institutions. He is responsible for large banking and financial services client business operations and manages the NTT DATA BPO Financial Services Center of Excellence. Previously, Bill held senior positions at Nationstar Mortgage, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLC, and Fannie Mae.