Fraud Fighters Manual Live:
RiskOps Best Practices with experts from Lili, Unit21, and Choir
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Fraud risk management is vital for combating financial crime. It hinges on the right team, investments, and collaboration metrics. To explore this, Unit21's webinar will feature experts Gil Rosenthal of choir, and Jonathan Cohen of Lili, shedding light on these crucial areas.
By watching this OnDemand webinar, you'll learn the following:
- Understand essential risk management roles and skills for your team's success (KYC, AML, EDD, transaction monitoring, fraud strategy, fraud detection).
- Learn how to make a strong case for risk management investment by linking it to business objectives, benchmarking with similar companies, and assessing its potential impact.
- Discover strategies to foster collaboration across teams and evaluate the effectiveness of your risk management strategies, ensuring compliance and continuous improvement.
About the Webinar
In this exclusive OnDemand webinar, Gil Rosenthal of choir, and Jonathan Cohen of Lili discuss how an organization’s structure or industry can affect its risk operations needs.
The Fraud Fighters Manual, through six engaging chapters from several authors at renowned Fintechs like Brex, Mercury, and Lithic, gives readers a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the thought processes of professionals who deal with fraud daily, acting as a jumping-off point for fraud fighters everywhere to identify gaps in their current programs and inspire innovation where needed to fight financial crime effectively.
Co-Founder and CEO, choir
Gil Rosenthal is a Fintech Risk and Fraud Management expert with over a decade of experience. Currently, Gil provides hands-on consulting to early-stage Fintechs helping them build robust in-house Risk teams.
Previously, Gil led Risk Operations at BlueVine. Prior to that, Gil led risk teams at Paypal, focused on preventing buyer-side fraud such as Account Take Over and Stolen Cards transactions using automated solutions.
Head of Fraud Risk, Unit21
Alex Faivusovich is a fraud prevention leader who has been fighting financial fraud for the past 13 years. His career started in Israel at Leumi Card (MAX) which culminated in him leading a team of 15 fraud analysts. In the U.S., Alex joined Matrix-IFS as a senior fraud consultant, where he provided expertise for Tier -1 banks and Fintech programs.
Alex later served as the Head of Fraud Risk at Lili Bank, leading the fraud prevention implementation of fraud prevention technology within the company, as well as owning the risk policy for first and third-party fraud.
Senior Fraud Specialist at Lili
Jonathan is a full time fraud fighter in the FinTech space. After getting initially exposed to the world of fraud running a personal loan program for 3 years, am now a risk/fraud specialist for 2+ years at Lili, a fintech startup offering a full banking and accounting suite for small businesses. Well versed in BSA & AML laws, OFAC, US Patriot Act, SQL, and Unit 21.
Jonathan brings over 11 years of experience facilitating business growth bringing skills such as data analysis, fraud detection, BSA/AML compliance, project management, team training, and administrative support.
The task of managing risk and compliance is growing in complexity. From dealing with an ever-growing volume of alerts, to relying on engineering teams and static systems, something is broken with 90% of laundered going undetected. Unit21 takes on these problems head-on to give risk and compliance teams the most control over their operations.
Backed by Google, Tiger Global Management, and other leading investors, Unit21 redefines how risk and compliance teams fight financial crime. Unit21’s Risk & Compliance infrastructure provides a simple API and dashboard for detecting, investigating, and reporting on fraud, money laundering, and other sophisticated risks across multiple industries.
Combining transaction monitoring and investigation case management, Unit21 streamlines risk and compliance operations.
Interested in discovering how Unit21’s Risk & Compliance infrastructure can help your organization?