The International Compliance Association (ICA) and ITN Productions Industry News have co-produced “Compliance: the new decade” a series of reports addressing the role of the compliance professional and the latest insights, challenges and opportunities for business growth.
Anchored by Michael Underwood, the new-style programme will explore the vital role of RegTech in accelerating compliance efficiencies; the technology and expertise needed to tackle financial crime and money laundering; how AI can be applied to identify risk and sustainable finance solutions and best practice to future-proof the compliance function.
The first report will premiere at The BIG Compliance Festival, ICA’s virtual summit for compliance and financial crime professionals on 17 September 2020. The series will form part of an extensive communications campaign to ICA members and professional partners throughout September and October 2020.
Bill Howarth, President of the International Compliance Association said: “We’re really pleased to be working with ITN Productions again on a film focusing on future-gazing topics that will resonate with our members and the global compliance community. The pace of change never slows down and it’s vital that compliance and AML professionals have the right skills and technology to help them stay ahead.”
Elizabeth Fisher-Robins, Head of ITN Productions Industry News said: “We are really excited by the opportunity to partner again with the International Compliance Association to create a series that we hope will educate and inform viewers about the key role compliance plays in managing risk and delivering commercial advantage in an ever-changing digital environment.”
The progamme features key industry interviews, news-style reports and sponsored editorial profiles from the following leading organisations:
Watch the reports below:
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