REGISTER NOW: Discover how cutting-edge identity verification is transforming financial services
- Financial institutions are creating safer and more convenient ways for people to access their money.
- On February 15, learn about the emerging trends in identity verification
Banks and other financial institutions have been addressing identity management for decades, primarily for reasons of risk, compliance, and reducing fraud. Now, with e-wallets, cryptocurrency, payment platforms, and other fintech disruptors, that motivation remains, but a higher calling for safety and convenience has also emerged.
Our identities are the key to this equation — securing and personalizing how we lend, move, and access money.
AU10TIX and Insider are convening an expert discussion about cutting-edge identity verification in the financial services industry — from technology trends to cybersecurity and compliance demands, along with areas for unexpected collaborations in service of a trusted monetary ecosystem.
This virtual conversation will cover:
- The latest developments in the convergence of identity and payments
- How financial institutions are using machine learning and AI to transform identity verification for a variety of business goals, from fraud prevention to customer engagement
- Why it's necessary to involve both public and private financial sector leaders in regulatory conversations about identity verification
This event is designed for risk, compliance, tech, and innovation decision-makers in all areas of the financial services sector — fintech, payments, lending, wealth management, banking, and more.
Moderator: Sudan Sethuramalingam, head of Twitter service tech
- Carey O'Connor Kolaja, CEO, AU10TIX
- Ravi Devesetti, global chief technology officer, Experian
Full event details: "Cutting-Edge Identity Verification Is Transforming Financial Services," Tuesday, Feb.15, 2022, 12 p.m ET, Registration (above) is free.
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