Fintech Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: Incorporating New Technologies11월 20, 2019
O’Melveny and Square will host a panel discussion in San Francisco on November 20, 2019, about the real-world opportunities and challenges of incorporating new technologies, including artificial intelligence and machine learning, into an effective anti-money laundering and sanctions compliance program.
The panel, “Fintech Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: Incorporating New Technologies,” will be moderated by O’Melveny senior counsel Laurel Loomis Rimon and will include partner Greta Lichtenbaum. Specific topics include:
- How Fintech companies rely on technology for transaction monitoring;
- Regulator expectations and interactions regarding the implementation of new technologies; and
- AML and sanctions compliance issues for US-based companies expanding globally.
Joining Rimon and Lichtenbaum will be Shannon-Lee Eng, Compliance Lead at Square, Jim Richards, Founder & Principal at RegTech Consulting LLC, and Bhanu Prabhat, Model Risk Manager at Coinbase.
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