NICE Actimize Invites to Technology-focused Webinar Series

  • Infrastructure
  • 25.03.2016 07:15 am

NICE Actimize is launching a no-cost, technology-focused Webinar Series beginning April 20, 2016. As a continuation of its “Compliance of...” and “Emerging Threats” webinar series which recently concluded, this new three-part series titled “The Changing Face of Anti-Money Laundering Technology” will focus on how Big Data, analytics and business intelligence technologies are working to change the face of anti-money laundering efforts by exploring the new methodologies used to address critical issues and complex problems within the financial services sector.

The webinar series will feature two of NICE Actimize’s anti-money laundering technology experts, each of whom has vast expertise in the technologies used to thwart AML-related problems. Tom Berkovitch, NICE Actimize AML Product Marketing Manager with more than a decade of experience working with global financial institutions, will moderate and host the discussions. Or Peles, NICE Actimize’s Chief Technology Officer, will join the first webinar focused on Big Data. Peles leads the technology group for NICE Actimize and is responsible for the architecture and design of the Actimize Fraud & Cybercrime, Anti-Money Laundering, and Financial Markets Compliance product lines.

According to David Kwan, VP and General Manager, Anti-Money Laundering, NICE Actimize, “As money laundering becomes increasingly complex, compliance officers and technology leaders will look for sophisticated technology solutions to manage these issues across their institutions. New tech advancements are looking to bring efficiency into the process. Fortunately, breakthroughs in Big Data analytics are contributing to advancements in fighting money laundering and addressing regulatory compliance requirements. Our webinar series explores these scenarios.”

The installments of the “Anti-money Laundering Technology” Webinar Series will roll out monthly as follows:

  • “Big Data: How the adoption of Big Data technologies is changing the face of the AML landscape.” April 20.
  • “Analytics: How analytics are changing the face of the AML function and what is expected in the future.” May 18.
  • “Business Intelligence: How operational reporting and BI are altering the way the Compliance function is helping manage organizations.” June 15.

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