On 28, March at 3PM, bobsguide is hosting a webinar along with the machine learning anti-fraud specialists, Feedzai and the UK challenger, Starling Bank.
Recently ranked as the UK's leading bank by Forbes, Starling blends hassle-free app-based banking along with an ecosystem marketplace to offer current account customers additional financial services. Likewise, Starling also offers banking-as-a-service, providing SME customers access to their payments infrastructure.
Combined, both current and business accounts rely on safe, secure yet convenient technology, making fraud prevention a key battleground for the challenger's growth. It may be why the industry has turned to machine learning to identify patterns in transaction and due diligence data.
Financial Crime Specialist
Daniel Greiller has worked in Payments and Banking for 15 years across companies such as HSBC, American Express, and more. Dan moved to Feedzai in 2016, believing that AI was the future of making the banking and commerce ecosystem both secure and frictionless, and has since worked to help companies worldwide discover the power of using machine learning to improve the accuracy of data driven processes throughout their customer lifecycle.
Head of AML & Fraud
As Head of AML and Fraud at Starling Bank, Catherine Walpole is responsible for keeping customers safe from financial crime. This includes ensuring the bank keeps up to date with industry standards in fighting fraud and money laundering using cutting-edge technology. As well as monitoring for high risk activity, she is also involved in customer communications in the event of merchant data breaches.
Prior to Starling Catherine was a cybercrime and digital fraud analyst at Moneycorp. She has a Masters in Forensic Psychology and a Degree in Psychology.
Capital markets must transition towards a greener economy, according to the heads of the industry’s leading trade associations. “Our marke...View article
Working with corporates and market participants, the CFTC hopes to create futures and derivative markets that will incentivise carbon offset and clima...View article