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British banking and fintech AML leaders assemble at FCIN meeting

Leaders in anti-financial crime and anti-money laundering (AML) from UK banking and law enforcement met this week at the "FinCrime Intelligence Network (FCIN)" in London.

The think tank was informed of the most recent advancements in technology and ethical AI in the battle against financial crime.

On Wednesday evening, the meeting took place in the beautiful settings of Brewers' Hall in the City of London (Nov 23).

On behalf of SymphonyAI NetReveal, Charmian Simmons updated the audience on recent events throughout the world and their significance for members in the UK. She also provided guests with an update on best practices as institutions struggle with the recession and, in many cases, use it to streamline their AFC procedures.

The goal of FCIN, according to moderator Stephen Rae of, is to "move the dial in the efficiency of AFC."

“The Network is a think/do-tank whose mission is to support the Anti-Financial Crime community in banking, fintech and law enforcement. When we speak of FCIN, the words we hear back from attendees are: Collaborative, Collegial, Insightful, Network – emphasis on Networked – and Action. And that action needs to be around how we can operate more effectively, with greater impact and tangible results,” he said.

The next "FinCrime Intelligence Network" meeting will take place in London in February; the exact date will be announced to members soon. A Steering Committee appointment for FCIN is also forthcoming.



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