Whether for client on-boarding, know-your client (KYC) procedures, or for third party screening, due diligence is an integral component of risk management and compliance for financial institutions. At the same time, the approach to financial crime prevention is being driven by the emergence of new threats and vulnerabilities. The new challenges range from the changing structures of organized crime groups and new technologies that facilitate the proliferation of financial crime. At this exclusive dinner event, James Swenson from Thomson Reuters will elaborate on these threats and share his experiences on best practices for staying alert and anticipating risks before it is too late.
Keynote Speaker: James Swenson
James is the Global Head of Proposition for Screening Resolutions Services and Enhanced Due Diligence at Thomson Reuters. In his role, James is responsible for the development of commercial roadmaps related to financial crime prevention and compliance services. He is a subject matter expert in anti-money laundering (AML), counter-terrorism funding (CFT), anti-bribery and corruption risk (ABC) assessments, enhanced due diligence (EDD), and politically exposed persons (PEP) screening.
In previous roles at Thomson Reuters, James managed the day-to-day operations of the EDD business, including research, productivity analysis, workflow efficiency, knowledge gathering, case management and product delivery. He is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) and has an MBA from Cass Business School (City University of London).
Swiss Risk Dinner
Combine education and networking with a relaxing dinner: The evening starts with a cocktail and is followed by a keynote speach and a 3-course-dinner, drinks included.
- Swiss Risk Dinner: The Fight Against Financial Crime
12. September 2018
18:00 - 21:00