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Using ai is the only way to address sanctions and adverse media screening

AI is a rapidly developing technology that keeps unlocking new financial services solutions.

However, this same progress also gives rise to increasingly complex and sophisticated forms of financial crime.

Criminals are using the latest, advanced technology like AI, and financial institutions are at risk of falling behind. At the same time, compliance costs are soaring, with inefficiencies and false positives plaguing the system.

Financial institutions’ shift towards AI can improve speed, accuracy, and reduce costs, but requires careful integration with human oversight for regulatory compliance. AI’s potential to fight financial crime is significant, and demands a strategic approach for effective implementation.

Download our point of view, in partnership with WorkFusion, where we: 

  • Discuss the 7 benefits that AI offers to financial institutions.
  • Show how you can empower your teams to deliver more value in a complex compliance environment.
  • Explain how screening processes are becoming less effective and how AI can help financial institutions change that.

Meet our experts

Manish Chopra

Executive Vice President, Financial Services
Global Leader helping clients drive Risk Management, Regulatory Compliance & Financial Crime Risk Management Strategies & Execution

Michael Roe

Americas Regional Lead, Financial Crime Compliance Advisory
Michael leads the Americas FCC advisory business for Capgemini. An industry veteran in anti-money laundering and sanctions screening, he has been engaged in high-profile monitorships and sanctions compliance programs of global financial institutions.

Brett Hames

EMEA Regional Lead, Financial Crime Compliance Advisory
Brett leads the EMEA FCC advisory business for Capgemini. He has a rich experience in anti-financial crime compliance, business intelligence and fraud risk advisory, which includes building global business intelligence functions at major financial institutions.

Supriyo Guha

Senior Director, Financial Crime ComplianceCapgemini
Supriyo is the practice lead for financial crime compliance at Capgemini. He leads strategic industry-first initiatives to help clients transform their anti-financial crime functions and heads Go-to-market for Capgemini’s marquee FCC clients.

Jeffrey F. Ingber

Senior Advisory Consultant, Risk and Financial Crime Compliance
A former ex-Senior Fed Official, Jeff runs Capgemini #RegDesk that helps clients stay abreast of developments in the FCC landscape and demystifies complex regulations into clear actionable insights. He provides a rage of advisory services to clients across the FCC lifecycle and helps them tackle the ever-changing global risk landscape.

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