This webcast aired on September 16, 2021.
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As parts of the world economy open up and overall business spend is on track to go back to pre-COVID-19 levels, organizations are more vulnerable to fraud, corruption, and regulatory violations. As well, there has been no shortage of bribery and corruption cases through the past year, pointing to a need to have proper controls in place.

While current tools and technologies – including those powered by AI and machine learning – provide receipt validation and policy compliance through transaction-based reviews, they are not adequate to identify high-risk transactions and suspicious spending behavior.

To manage a full spectrum of risks with a focus on regulatory compliance and fraud, organizations need to incorporate trends and patterns analysis that can unravel deeper insights such as repeated spend below threshold, frequent gifts, and increased entertainment expenses with the same attendee.

Join our virtual panel of experts as they discuss:

  • Why transaction-based reviews for policy compliance are not enough
  • The importance of continuous transaction reviews for trends and patterns analysis
  • Real-life examples of exceptions uncovered
  • Best practices for building a robust disbursement spend monitoring program

Amber Starkey, Global Expense Manager - Cardinal Health
Anu Priy Vij, Compliance as a Service Leader - Genpact
Jenitha John, Global Board Director - The Institute of Internal Auditors Inc.
Subhashis Nath, Service Line Leader, Enterprise Risk & Compliance - Genpact
Daniel Lyjak, Director of Disbursements - Zurich American Insurance Company