Collaboration continues to be a key factor in preventing and detecting fraud and financial crime. In recognition of this the UK Government’s own 2019/20 Economic Crime Plan has made sharing intelligence between public and private sectors one of its top priorities.
To explore this important area in more detail, during this year’s final webinar for UK Finance’s Economic Crime Academy, subject matter experts from Synectics Solutions and UK Finance will explore the opportunities and issues around collaboration and the continuing importance of sharing intelligence to help defeat various forms of economic crime.
This webinar will give an analysis of what has been achieved over the last few years in this area - as well as sharing success stories to illustrate what good collaboration looks like across both private and public sector sources - and how to overcome the barriers to sharing key information.
Other areas covered will include an analysis of how shared intelligence sources are essential to the future success of many AI and Predictive Analytic techniques, as well as advice from members of Synectics Financial Crime Intelligence team and Catriona Still (from the DCPCU) who explore a variety of public /private sector collaborative approaches in progress today.
Some of the key objectives in this webinar are:
Understanding the importance of collaboration to prevent fraud and financial crime
Realising the challenges in adopting a collaborative approach
Hearing real case studies from those who have adopted a collaborative approach in their financial crime prevention strategies