Transforming Sanctions Screening

January 21, 1:00 pm EST


Webinar Details: 

Thursday, February 25th, 2021
11:00 a.m. EST / 4:00 p.m. GMT

AML operations are in the process of being transformed by next-generation technologies including artificial intelligence (AI), robotic process automation (RPA), and natural language processing (NLP). The application of these new technologies to AML has been largely focused on Know Your Customer (KYC), transaction monitoring, and case management functions, while sanctions operations continue to rely for the most part on traditional name screening of structured data.

Yet the crucial role of sanctions screening—not just for international wires but across the AML value chain—points to a need for transformation of sanctions processes as well. A breakthrough in risk screening is needed.

NICE Actimize’s new solution WL-X, accurately identifies risk using AI-powered screening.

  •      Always On AI for Screening – machine learning optimization, facial biometric and intelligent automation that provides the analytic accuracy to reduces false positives expedite investigations
  •      Risk-Based Data Delivered – seamless access to up-to-date global risk lists allows you the benefit of choosing your data sources, but also gives you the confidence to do so
  •      Investigations Made Efficient – fast hit level dispositions along with Entity Insights enables comprehensive, more accurate investigations
  •      Party and Payments Coverage – full coverage from screening parties against global risk-based data to intelligently parsing payments in real time

Register for this webinar today to learn how WL-X can help you transform your risk screening


Speakers:

Neil Katkov – Head, Risk and Compliance | Celent

Michael Barrett – Senior Director Product Management, AML | NICE Actimize

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