Relive the Financial Crime Compliance conversation from Sibos 2016

Financial crime compliance is critical to all SWIFT users, regardless of size or location.

At Sibos 2016, senior practitioners shared insights and debated how collaboration and utility solutions are addressing the industry’s compliance and cybersecurity challenges.

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Sibos in review: Combatting financial crime

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27 January 2017

Experts discuss potential benefits of applying a joined-up approach to anti-fraud and AML, and of machine learning technology.

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Sibos in review: The rise of compliance utilities

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27 January 2017

In the last few years, increasingly onerous regulatory requirements have prompted the development of shared utility solutions for areas such as KYC, sanctions screening and compliance data analysis. One of the sessions at Sibos 2016 focused on the development of compliance utilities, the potential barriers to success and the factors organisations should consider when building a business case for adoption.

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Sibos in review: Banking low-risk clients in high-risk jurisdictions

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27 January 2017

Compliance experts at Sibos 2016 explored the implications of de-risking and the possible solutions.

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Sibos in review: Trends in counter terrorist financing

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11 November 2016

Compliance experts at Sibos 2016 discuss how the industry can work together to prevent terrorist financing

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Sibos in review: Compliance highlights

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28 October 2016

Compliance was top of mind at Sibos 2016. Read all the compliance coverage from SWIFT at Sibos and Sibos Issues.

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Make plans for Sibos 2017

The Compliance stream at Sibos is open to everyone and provides a unique opportunity for senior compliance and business executives to meet each other, share ideas and discuss business and collaboration.

It’s also a great chance to meet SWIFT’s compliance experts and learn how SWIFT can help you achieve your compliance objectives.

If you’re a senior compliance or risk officer, or a professional working elsewhere in financial crime, AML, KYC or Due Diligence disciplines, you’ll want to make plans now to join us at Sibos 2017 in Toronto !

Isaac Kalala, Head of Compliance at Rawbank, talking about Sanctions Screening as part of our SWIFT theme on Financial Crime Compliance

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Compliance portfolio - Set the standard in financial crime compliance

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2 January 2017

Learn about SWIFT’s broad portfolio of community-inspired financial crime compliance services in the areas of Sanctions, Know Your Customer (KYC) and Compliance Analytics / Anti-Money Laundering (AML).

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SWIFT Financial Crime Compliance Services

Sibos 2016 Geneva

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Compliance Info Papers

Sanctions filters: the expert guide

Sanctions experts offer three essentials for sanctions compliance, outline a four-step plan for effective model validation, and discuss five key challenges facing sanctions compliance professionals.

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Information paper - Addressing the unintended consequences of de-risking

Industry insights into the impact of de-risking, and what banks can do to protect their correspondent connections

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RMA and RMA Plus: managing your correspondent connections

SWIFT’s financial crime compliance products help financial institutions understand, manage and mitigate operational, compliance and fraud risks in line with industry recommendations.

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Systems testing and annual certification: driving business benefits

This info paper outlines implications of new DFS certification requirements, the potential for banks to develop ongoing review programmes that enhance processes and create business efficiencies, and how Sanctions Testing and other SWIFT services can help

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