Financial institutions are under tremendous pressure to comply with regulatory and securities laws. Traditional methods of compliance relied on hand-coded rules that provided detailed control, but introduced human bias and yielded false negative results. Ensuring compliance is complicated by diverse channels such as email, chat, instant messaging, social media, and a deluge of new data types and structures.
How can a company protect itself from losses, fines and damage to its reputation related to fraud, misrepresentation, insider trading, money laundering, and other forms of criminal activity while still allowing the free exchange of information required to do business?
In this webinar we will
Reveal new data-driven innovations to harness and provide visibility into raw, unstructured email, attachments and other data sources
Demonstrate how advanced analytics techniques can monitor, flag, and score non-compliant violations and behaviors
How a large financial institution have experienced enormous reductions in regulatory review processes - up to a factor of 60X
Featured Speaker(s): Dave Gebala, Matt Mazzarell, Will Giffith
Dave has 20 years of experience in analytics and has delivered multiple products and solutions focused on solving business problems. As part of the Teradata Aster COI team, he is responsible for the delivery of analytic applications that address real-world use cases across a variety of industries. Dave holds engineering degrees from MIT and an MBA from Stanford.
Data Scientist, Aster Solutions
Teradata Big Data & Analytics practice
Matt is a Data Scientist in the Teradata Big Data Practice with experience implementing analytic solutions for many clients in the Fortune 500 who seek to solve business problems using large and varied data sets. Matt first joined Teradata as a Professional Services consultant where he engaged in many successful projects with GE Healthcare, AT&T, Wells Fargo and others.
Sr. Business Consultant, US Financial Services
Will Griffith has more than twenty five years experience working at the intersection of business and technology with the last sixteen years focused on the credit card and payments industry. Griffith’s focus has always been to help translate complex technologies into terms that business users can understand and to then help an organization implement resulting solutions effectively within their processes