Stayin' Alive: How Credit Unions Can Remain Ahead of Financial Crime & Keep Members Safe


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Financial crime is booming. With credit unions already feeling the squeeze on multiple fronts, technology would seem to offer a needed relief in their fraud prevention and anti-money laundering efforts. Unfortunately, new technology also brings with it elements that, for many credit unions, can pose a number of challenges.

Join this webcast to discover how fraud prevention solutions and innovative technology can help your credit union stay safe and competitive while benefiting your members. You will learn:

  • Which strategies can overcome obstacles in financial crime prevention
  • Where investment can help financial crime prevention efforts
  • How CUs can benefit from investing in innovative financial crime prevention technologies

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Brian Keefe | Federal Criminal & Crimes Investigator | NICE Actimize

Brian Keefe is an accomplished federal criminal and financial crimes investigator with over 20 years of experience initiating, conducting, and managing labor-intensive criminal and financial investigations, which resulted in the successful prosecutions and convictions of local, state, national and international criminals.  Mr. Keefe was instrumental in the detection, recovery and seizure of hundreds of millions of dollars of illicit narcotic and fraud related funds. Mr. Keefe specialized in investigations involving various forms/methods of money laundering and directed multi-jurisdictional teams across the U.S., Asia, Europe, and Central, and North America. His investigative focus included shell corporations, suspicious banking transactions and real estate purchases, money exchange businesses, casino gaming practices, and schemes used by international drug cartel networks, organized crime networks, along with political, and white-collar suspects.






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