May 17, 2018
Alternative Payment Methods: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (G2 Web Services)
11:00 am - 12:00 pm (Central)
Your Office OR Conference Room (Webinar)
Is your brand safe?
Get an inside look at the threats and current tactics posed by cybercriminals from the payments hustler's point of view. Criminals throughout the world are constantly discovering and utilizing new alternative payment methods to perpetrate their crimes. From peer-to-peer payments, eWallets, mobile payments to prepaid cards — it is critical that financial institutions remain proactive in their efforts to combat fraud and alternative payment laundering.
From peer-to-peer payments, eWallets, mobile payments to prepaid cards — it is critical that financial institutions remain proactive in efforts to combat fraud and alternative payment laundering. See what current tactics are used by criminals, as well as case studies of transaction and payments laundering.
This session will focus on:
- Latest trends on transaction and payments laundering
- Insight into new alternative payment methods
- How criminals set up new payment methods to perpetrate their crimes
- Best practices to improve current due diligence processes to safeguard your brand from illegal use
This webinar has been approved for 1.2 AAP CE credits.
This Webinar is Complementary
Speaker Info: Jane Hennessy
Head of External Alliances
Jane Hennessy is Head of External Alliances at G2 Web Services. She was previously Executive Vice President at Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. where her responsibilities included marketing and strategy for all lines of international business including trade services and trade finance, foreign exchange, correspondent banking, international treasury management, international personal banking. Prior to that position, Jane was a Group Personnel Manager in Wells Fargo’s Wholesale Banking Group. She worked at Wells Fargo for nearly twenty two years.
Jane has consulted for several banks and payment organizations. She was a member of the West Coast Advisory Board for the Institute of International Education, and was the Chair of the Global Payments Forum. She has spoken extensively at conferences on topics including payments, authentication and retail banking.
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