Webinar on demand: Continuous KYC
Regulatory and customer expectations are increasingly putting pressure on financial institutions to change their approach to traditional Know Your Customer (KYC) activities. With the average bank taking over 25 days to onboard a new small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) customer(1) and a growing burden of cost associated with ongoing due diligence and periodic reviews, the current model of KYC is increasingly unsustainable.
In response, financial institutions are increasingly turning to new data-driven approaches to modernise their due diligence processes, spending a reported $905 million on KYC-related data in 2019.(2)
Join us to hear how a dynamic and technology-led approach to continuous KYC monitoring can help reduce the overall burden of KYC activities and help financial institutions to more effectively detect risk in their customer book.
You will learn:
How to move to a risk-based, fully event-driven ongoing due diligence and continuous KYC process and the benefits of doing so
How to evidence risk-based decisions using data and analytics
Why continuous KYC decisioning technology is a key facilitator for this change in approach
Examples of how financial institutions have approached this change from a policy, architecture and change management point of view
How to take a first step forward towards continuous KYC
(2) Burton Taylor report, 2019
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