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Next Generation AI-Enabled Compliance Monitoring

Can we reduce false positives transaction monitoring alerts by more than 90%?

Can we reduce false positives transaction monitoring alerts by more than 90%?

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Event Information

KPMG in Singapore was pleased to host a virtual breakfast briefing where we will be shared how we have made use of machine learning and artificial intelligence to reduce the high volume of false positive alerts in transaction monitoring for some banks, as well as, discussed what the future of transaction monitoring might be.

We invited a distinguished panel of speakers from Hong Kong, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand to join us at this session. They shared their insights and experiences on topics such as issues with existing transaction monitoring systems, adoption of machine learning and artificial intelligence, and how financial crime surveillance will evolve in the near future.

If you missed the live webinar, you may watch a recording of it below.


Date
Thursday, 27 May 2021

Time
08:45 am - 10:00 am

Duration
1 hour 15 minutes

Venue
Live Webinar

  

Event Speakers

David Hardoon

Senior Advisor for CPF, CPIB, Hoolah, UBP and Chair of Data Committee at Aboitiz Group

Guy Sheppard

Head of APAC Financial Crime, Intelligence and Initiatives at SWIFT

Lam Chee Kin

Managing Director and Head of Legal, Compliance & Secretariat at DBS Bank

Mel Georgie B. Racela

Executive Director of Anti-Money Laundering Council Secretariat in Philippines

Wanpracha Chaovalitwongse

Senior Director of Department of Data Management and Analytics at Bank of Thailand

Rani Kamaruddin

Head of AML and Sanction Services, KPMG in Hong Kong

Jason Tan

Partner, Forensic, Advisory, KPMG in Singapore

Lem Chin Kok (Moderator)

Partner, Cyber, Head of Forensic, Asia Pacific, KPMG in Singapore

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