Banking Exchange Hosts Panel on Navigating Fraud in World of Instant Payments
On February 28 at 2 pm Eastern Time, Banking Exchange will be hosting a discussion on Instant Payments
- Written by Banking Exchange staff
On February 28 at 2 pm Eastern Time, Banking Exchange will be hosting a discussion on Instant Payments. The key topic will be how banks and credit unions can implement an effective fraud prevention strategy.
The panel will include Mike Cook, Vice President of Commercialization, Fraud Solutions at Socure as well as Mark Majeske, Senior Vice President of Faster Payments at Alacriti.
Both presenters are experts on the topic of fraud prevention in the world of instant payments. The discussion will be about one hour in length, and the audience will have an opportunity to ask questions and make comments as the discussion progresses.
Some of the key topics covered will be 1. Anticipating and preparing for future fraud trends in 2023. 2. A deep dive into the issue of money mules, a prevalent form of fraud. 3. The benefits and importance of combining identity verification.
The format will be virtual and will be hosted on the Banking Exchange platform. There is no cost to attend, and executives and banks and credit unions may register to attend at the link below.
An audio transcript will follow after the meeting takes place, but the team at Banking Exchange encourages you to interact live with us at 2 pm on the 28th to help continue to build a strong platform for discussion for the banking community.
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