Captivated Audience: A Financial Crime Podcast

AML Innovators: Computational linguistics, sematic similarities and name / text screening - Chris Brown, VP International Basis Technology (UK)

September 13, 2020 sjs/ml Season 2 Episode 1
Captivated Audience: A Financial Crime Podcast
AML Innovators: Computational linguistics, sematic similarities and name / text screening - Chris Brown, VP International Basis Technology (UK)
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Captivated Audience: A Financial Crime Podcast
AML Innovators: Computational linguistics, sematic similarities and name / text screening - Chris Brown, VP International Basis Technology (UK)
Sep 13, 2020 Season 2 Episode 1
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Chris Brown, VP International Basis Technology chats with Marie Lundberg and Sam Sheen about his career move from professional footballer to financial crime technology innovation, the age old problem of screening customer names, transliteration and the Boston Bombers, links between PEPs and their family members, use of computational linguistics, the challenges of screening using phonetics alone, shedding the "black box" approach as a technology provider, and and criminals creative use of lexicons and how Basis' technology uncovers semantic similarities to detect nefarious communications. Think you can avoid detection by referring to "barbeques" instead "laundering" in phone texts or emails? Find out how Basis tackle this challenge. 

Show Notes

Chris Brown, VP International Basis Technology chats with Marie Lundberg and Sam Sheen about his career move from professional footballer to financial crime technology innovation, the age old problem of screening customer names, transliteration and the Boston Bombers, links between PEPs and their family members, use of computational linguistics, the challenges of screening using phonetics alone, shedding the "black box" approach as a technology provider, and and criminals creative use of lexicons and how Basis' technology uncovers semantic similarities to detect nefarious communications. Think you can avoid detection by referring to "barbeques" instead "laundering" in phone texts or emails? Find out how Basis tackle this challenge.