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In this episode, which is all about data privacy, AI, and the cloud, we listen to a conversation between Neterium’s Chief Commercial Officer Florence Vicentini, and Raphael Dana.
Raphael is attorney at law based in Paris and has been practicing for over 15 years. He has been advising many companies around data privacy related questions and has numerous clients in the financial sector.
Florence and Raphael are discussing many of the hot topics in the data privacy debate. including scope and roles in the European GDPR regulation, the consequences of the cancellation of the US Privacy Shield, as well as the new cloud offerings trying to solve the data confidentiality, and data sovereignty issues.
But first, they start by reflecting on the apparent paradox of privacy in FCC, where we need data to perform KYC checks and enrich our AI models, but at the same time we must respect Data Privacy regulations.
In this episode, which is part of our series on AI in FCC, we listen to a conversation between Pascal Aerens and Eric Malherbe. Eric has been working as an expert and consultant in FCC technology for nearly 15 years.
Today’s conversation is focusing on a concept that looked like the holy grail of FCC, the “single customer view ”.
Eric and Pascal speak about their experience and wonder if this concept is now a reality or still a myth. To kick off the conversation, they remember how things started around 2008, when the term single customer view what first heard in FCC as part of the GRC trend.
In this episode, a special look back at 20 years of FCC, we listen to a conversation between Peter Bauer and Neterium’s CEO, Luc Meurant, as they discuss how watchlist screening has evolved over the years from the early days after nine-eleven to today, with AI, the Cloud and industry-wide initiatives.
Peter is a senior advisor at the Basel Institute on governance. Through his former role at UBS and his participation and advisory work in many leading industry groups including the Wolfsberg Group, Peter has been ideally positioned to witness the evolution of financial crime compliance over the last 20 years.
To kick off the conversation, Luc and Peter remember how banks had to completely change their approach to screening, very quickly, after the events of nine-eleven.