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Fighting Financial Wrong-Doing with the Power of AI

We’ve discussed before the potential of AI to detect financial crimes like money laundering. On March 23, colleagues Deborah Thoren-Peden and Cassie Lentchner will explore the growing nexus between artificial intelligence and the detection and prevention of financial misdeeds.

In “Leveraging AI to Combat Financial Crimes,” Thoren-Peden and Lentchner will be joined by Sam Small (ZeroFox) and Tim Mueller (GuideHouse) to discuss how AI is being integrated into RegTech solutions for enhanced AML compliance and screening, and how AI is being used to monitor insider trading, market manipulation and other suspicious market activities. In addition, they will identify best practices from law enforcement and financial institutions where AI is being successfully deployed to curb financial criminal activity.