Now more than ever, information sharing across financial institutions is less about when, but how. Regulations, policy, and privacy are at the forefront of every data sharing initiative and financial services organizations are working with industry experts to understand how technology can help them achieve their goals and facilitate financial intelligence data sharing.
In a recent study by the Future of Financial Intelligence Sharing (FFIS), “Lessons in Private-Private Financial Information Sharing to Detect and Disrupt Crime”, the head of the FFIS Program and the study author, Nick J. Maxwell, explores the growth and current limitations of private-private sharing around the world. The report urges policymakers to understand and enable innovation and advances in technology that are underpinning collaboration to combat economic crime and have the potential to deliver improved effectiveness, efficiency and security of data.
In this Osterman Research supported webinar, Michael Sampson, Senior Analyst at Osterman Research, leads a discussion with Duality’s Vice President of Strategy, Ronen Cohen, and Nick J. Maxwell on how their roles are helping financial institutions navigating the path to successfully leveraging regulations and technology to improve data sharing.