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automation in KYC

perception vs reality

What exactly is automation and intelligent processing, and do these new technologies really deliver on their promise? Just how smart is intelligent processing? What are the returns on investment from this new technology?

In this webinar, CAMS-certified solutions consultant Ruby Schembri discusses current progress of automation in KYC and developments to be made in the future.

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Discussed in this webinar:

  • commonly-held perceptions of automation in banking and finance – guiding truths or impediments to progress?
  • robotic processing and artificial intelligence – vendor hype or foundations for new digital processes?
  • what does the future hold for KYC analysts and for emerging technologies?

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