Financial Services

Banks Have a Handle on KYC, Lack KYV Guidance

While most banks have a better grip on Know Your Customer requirements than they did years ago, the challenges and risks of non-compliance continue to grow as regulators focus on sources outside the financial institutions’ walls. What is the impact of a failed risk management program as a result of actions committed by a vendor or service provider? Your financial institution may be exposed to reputational damage and multi-billion dollar fines.

During our webinar “Navigating the Financial Crimes Landscape with an Effective Vendor Management Program” last week, we explored this newer risk management focus area that is surfacing as a top strategic priority for banks in 2015.how-well-do-you-really-know-your-customers

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Digital transformation challenges in banking have been well understood and the strategies to address them simple and clear. However, it is becoming increasingly apparent that the industry is reaching a tipping point in the digital transformation journey.

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Our speaker and regulatory compliance expert covered the complexities of the growing financial crimes landscape and potential areas of risk associated with third-party relationships. Some key takeaways for attendees included:

  • How firms are evolving their regulatory compliance programs
  • Understanding areas of vendor risk and gaps in supplier management
  • The need for governance and an enterprise approach to managing risk
  • Synergies with your existing financial crime and compliance framework
  • “Know Your Vendor” (KYV) due diligence best practices
  • Conducting comprehensive vendor assessments

Below is a copy of the Slideshare deck from the webinar. Also, join us for Part 2 in our 2015 Risk and Compliance Webinar Series next week as we explore, “How to Drive Value from Operational Risk Data”.

About the Author

Elizabeth Dias is an experienced technology marketing strategist focused on the financial services and retail industry at Perficient. With over nine years of experience as a professional business-to-business (B2B) marketer, Elizabeth is knowledgeable in technology strategies for the financial services industry focusing on mobile banking and payments, data analytics, and enterprise information management. She also closely follows the fintech community as well as tech trends in social and digital, and is also an active blogger and thought leader on Twitter (@techmktggirl).

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