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Episode 9: Exceptions, the super tool

Episode 9: Exceptions, the super tool
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Join us for our next episode of Neterium Talks on December 7th, where we'll be delving into the fascinating topic of EXCEPTIONS, with Pascal Aerens, CPO at Neterium.

In the world of sanctions screening, exceptions are business rules that can be applied to reduce false positives and remove irrelevant matches. Confronted with an increasing influx of names and entities demanding screening, it inevitably results in a substantial number of false positives. This, in turn, consumes significant operational resources in terms of time and money for the organisations. To reduce those false positives leads, Pascal Aerens will deep dive in this webinar into the exceptions rules and the holistic model applied by Neterium, ensuring that all data elements available are matched at the same time and using the appropriate semantics to match each data point. Using holistic matching offers a much cleaner approach, while also optimising both effectiveness and efficiency.

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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