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Kalliopi Letsiou delivered a presentation of AI in Anti-Money Laundering (AML) supervision at the SLS Annual Conference at the University of Oxford and Oxford Brookes.

Kalliopi Letsiou delivered a presentation on the 28th of June on the transformative potential of AI in Anti-Money Laundering (AML) supervision at the SLS Annual Conference of the Society of Legal Scholars at the University of Oxford and Oxford Brookes. The conference’s theme, ‘Law and the Public Good,’ brought  legal scholars and experts to explore how the law can uphold the public good across various disciplines. Kalliopi’s presentation focused on how financial supervisors can leverage #suptech using AI to augment human decision-making, uncovering patterns and trends that might otherwise go unnoticed.

Key takeaways: 

  1. Suptech offers promising solutions in the fight against money laundering.  
  2. The shift from a rules-based to a risk-based approach in financial supervision brings a new era of proactive AML supervision, focusing on intelligent money-laundering risk identification and mitigation
  3. The need for cross-border collaboration is imperative as financial crime does not recognize geographical borders.
  4. increased investment in suptech tools is not just an expense, but a strategic step towards building stronger, more adaptable regulatory frameworks.

 

 

 

 

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Cambridge SupTech Lab

Cambridge SupTech Lab

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Jose Miguel Mestanza Hirakata

Cambridge SupTech Lab

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Juliet Ongwae

Cambridge SupTech Lab

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Kalliopi Letsiou

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Matt Grasser

Cambridge SupTech Lab

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Matt Grasser and Kalliopi Letsiou

Cambridge SupTech Lab

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Simone di Castri

Cambridge SupTech Lab

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