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Neterium Talks: Mastering Financial Crime Compliance in the Digital Age

We are thrilled to announce the launch of Neterium Talks, a captivating ​webinar ​series that delves into the latest hot topics in Financial Crime Compliance. In just 25 minutes, we provide a comprehensive overview of these subjects, followed by an in-depth discussion and an open Q&A session for valuable exchange and dialogue.

Current Webinars

Episode 13 : DORA : What does it mean for the financial crime compliance sector?
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Join us for our 13th episode of Neterium Talks on Thursday 29th February 2024 at 4PM CET where we will delve into "DORA: What does it mean for the financial crime compliance sector?" with Christopher Stringham, Global Account Manager Neterium.

The European Union's "Digital Operational Resilience Act", known as DORA, stands as a transformative force, fundamentally reshaping the operational landscape and compliance protocols within financial institutions. Join us for our next Neterium Talks to learn about DORA and why it is crucial for the financial sector. We will explore what DORA is, why it matters to financial organisations, and the benefits of compliance. Don't miss this opportunity to understand the essentials of DORA and its significance in the FCC industry.

The session will end with an open Q&A, where we can exchange ideas and discuss your thoughts.

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2024/02/29

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Upcoming Webinars

Episode 14: Solving the financial community's sanctions screening problem - A joined conversation with Neterium and GSS
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Sanctions screening is an increasingly complex and multifaceted challenge for financial institutions. And those trends have further accelerated over the last few years.

While very significant efforts have been deployed by financial institutions, we collectively are not yet where we want to be in the fight against financial crime. As it becomes increasingly evident that traditional approaches are falling short, a fresh perspective is needed.

Neterium and its partner GSS are offering a new approach to sanctions screening.

Join us on March 14th for a fascinating discussion between industry experts Pascal Aerens, CPO of Neterium, and Stuart Mitchell, CTO of GSS, exploring how to solve the financial community's sanctions screening problem.

The session will conclude with an open Q&A, providing an opportunity to exchange ideas and discuss your thoughts.

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2024/03/14

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Episode 15 : Sanctions screening at scale
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Join us for our 15th episode of Neterium Talks on Thursday 11th April 2024 at 4 PM CET dedicated to "Sanctions screening at scale", with Pascal Aerens, CPO of Neterium."

At Neterium, we ensure that sanctions screening is integrated inside the operational process of our clients and not aside to stay fully in control of the customer experience. Our solutions empower clients to effectively address the three key challenges of screening: efficiency, effectiveness, and performance. Leveraging Neterium advanced technology and capabilities, we assist clients in managing high growth and handling extreme volumes of customers and transactions within rapidly evolving sanctions regimes. Discover more about sanctions screening at scale in our next Neterium Talks.

As always, we'll start first with a quick overview of key updates in the FCC space by Christopher Stringham, followed by our core subject of the day.

The session will end with an open Q&A, where we can exchange ideas and discuss your thoughts.

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2024/04/11

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Episode 16 : Banking on the cloud: passing fad or fundamental shift?
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Join us for our 16th episode of Neterium Talks on Thursday 25th April 2024 at 4PM CET where we will discuss: "Banking on the cloud: passing fad or fundamental shift?" with Pascal Aerens, CPO of Neterium.

In this upcoming Neterium talks, we will explore why adopting Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions in the cloud is not just a trend but a necessity for ensuring competitiveness and excellence in financial crime compliance. Pascal Aerens, CPO of Neterium, will detail the key benefits of leveraging cloud-based SaaS solutions for sanctions screening compliance while also offering ways to contain the related risks.

As always, we'll start first with a quick overview of key updates in the FCC space by Christopher Stringham, followed by our core subject of the day.

The session will end with an open Q&A, where we can exchange ideas and discuss your thoughts.

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2024/04/25

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