This webcast aired on February 7, 2019.
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The rise of technology within the Customer Due Diligence space is evident. There has been a significant influx of ‘Regtech’ or ‘Fintech’ businesses offering innovative software solutions to age old CDD problems. Moreover, the constant claims that Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Automation can improve the CDD landscape are impossible to ignore. In this webinar we will discuss what digital means for CDD professionals operationally, and for their place in the organization, and will explore the assumption that systems will do all the heavy lifting for you. Additionally, we will interrogate the view that automation and machine learning, or both, truly means less effort for the compliance professional.

As more CDD problems are framed as potential ones that can be solved through new technology, this webinar will outline what support frameworks are needed to sit alongside the technology for it to be successfully implemented and achieve the goals it was set out to deliver, and ultimately how this transformation will require highly skilled Compliance experts to adapt to new skills as their roles change


  • Paul Westcott, Product Director Global Customer, Due Diligence Products - Dun & Bradstreet
  • Neil Isherwood, Due Diligence Subject Matter Expert - Dun & Bradstreet