Case management is an integral component of any institution’s overall compliance program, let alone those with suspicious activity report (“SAR”) filing responsibilities. However, misconduct is often reported through multiple channels such as whistleblower complaints, HR, and even through a company’s legal department. If misconduct requires SAR filing, input from HR, and advice from legal, but comes in through possibly siloed teams, how can a company feel confident that they are accurately capturing and consistently dispositioning these cases?
The answer boils down to an often-overlooked area – case management systems.
Join financial crime compliance advisory and training specialist Michael Schidlow, as he explains best and worst practices in the field, gives tips on what case management tools should always and shouldn’t ever do, and describes how to utilize metrics from those systems to get an accurate snapshot of their company’s risk profile.
The webinar will cover:
- Real-life case studies and takeaways from those examples
- Regulatory perspectives on case management and case disposition
- Key takeaways applicable across the above-mentioned reporting silos
- Future-state recommendations