on demand webinar

KYC remediation with David Deane

don’t let outdated customer information expose your business to risk

Maintaining up to date Know Your Customer (KYC) profiles when the regulatory landscape and customer risk profiles are subject to constant change is time-consuming and expensive. In this 40-minute webinar, David Deane, banking industry advisor to encompass, offers an insider’s perspective and practical guidance into:

  • regulatory and reputational drivers for KYC/customer remediation
  • current remediation challenges facing banks
  • the keys to effective remediation
  • the critical role of automation and data

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