Aite Group, Early Warning to Address New DDA Strategies in Digital Identity Assessment via Webinar and White Paper


What:
Aite Group and Early Warning will participate in an American Banker-hosted webinar, “New DDA Strategies: Balancing Growth, Risk & Regulators” and have collaborated on a complimentary white paper to examine how financial institutions can manage fraud risk and meet regulatory expectations as they strive to optimize new account openings. This is especially important as account originations are conducted in faceless channels such as online and on mobile devices.

Aite Group senior analyst, Shirley Inscoe, will join Early Warning’s Robin Love, vice president of product management for identity solutions, and Betty Chan-Bauza, vice president of product management for authentication solutions. Together they will address the benefits of strengthening new account screening capabilities, from reducing fraud risk to enhancing financial inclusion initiatives. The webinar will also provide insight on how financial institutions can optimize product offerings, such as shifting account openings to online and mobile channels, while addressing the need to validate identity.

Why:
Financial institutions are changing the way they are using new account opening solutions to foster financial inclusion while identifying customers who should receive tailored account privileges. Strengthening new account screening capabilities, particularly to detect identity manipulation and synthetic identities, is of growing importance as application fraud rates continue to rise.

How:
Watch the webinar on demand by clicking here.
View a copy of the white paper by clicking here.

For additional questions about the webinar or interest in a discussion with Early Warning and Aite Group around these topics, contact Greg Jawski, (212) 601-8248 or greg.jawski@porternovelli.com.

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