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Our Key Takeaways from Singapore FinTech Festival
As a proud event sponsor, we were excited to be a part of this year’s Singapore FinTech Festival alongside industry leaders, innovators, and regulators helping to create a dynamic FinTech ecosystem worldwide through the combination of expertise and disruptive technology.
With over 30,000 global attendees the FinTech Conference & Exhibition, we exchanged forward-thinking ideas and global best practices on AI in Finance and RegTech solutions that drive a more sustainable compliance environment.
Read our recaps from sessions with the President of Exiger Tech, Brandon Daniels, in his sessions about the gains and pitfalls of using data analytics solutions in financial crime compliance and practical guidance to deploying AI in AML and sanctions detection.
About the Speaker
Brandon Daniels is the President of Exiger Tech, overseeing the execution of data-driven solutions in the firm’s regulatory and Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) efforts.
A regulatory expert and technology practitioner, Brandon brings 15+ years in senior management across the financial services, life sciences and energy sectors. With a reputation for technological innovation in regulatory investigations and compliance management, Brandon is responsible for leading assessments of the design, deployment, and operational management of FCC systems and technology.
A respected thought leader in legal and compliance services, Brandon is regularly featured in leading publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and American Banker, and Author/Editorial Board of The General Counsel’s Guide to Government Investigations.
Recap of Panel
Financial institutions are increasingly looking to data analytics solutions to prevent and detect the abuse of their services by criminals. Such novel and untested solutions carry great promise, but also potential pitfalls, and may require vast amounts of data. How should the industry ensure that the new systems they deploy will be more effective, as well as explainable and fair? How can information be efficiently and safely pooled? And what kinds of infrastructure institutional frameworks, technology platforms and talent do we need?
Moderator: Chee Kin Lam, Managing Director & Head, Group Legal, Compliance & Secretariat, DBS
- Brandon Daniels, President, ExigerTech, Exiger
- Jennifer Calvery, Global Head, Financial Crime Threat Mitigation, HSBC
- Justin Lie, Co-Founder & CEO, Cashshield
- Phil Cotter, Managing Director of Risk, Refinitiv
Recap of Open Stage
Open Stage: November 14 | 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm | Sandbox Stage
In this session, we will explore operationally sound ways to manage the design, deployment, and testing of AI in Financial Crime Compliance under the existing regulatory and model risk regime.
Speaker: Brandon Daniels | President, Exiger Tech, Exiger
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