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KYC oF NYC: Second Edition

Yet another successful KYC of NYC Peer Round Table event!

Synpulse facilitates the KYC subject matter network in the Tri-State Area: KYC of NYC Executive Round table. Sharing KYC experiences within the financial industry amongst peer groups has proven to be a huge success this year.

On November 2, 2017, Synpulse USA and partner Chappuis Halder & Co. successfully hosted its 2nd edition KYC of NYC roundtable event, with an emphasis on blockchain technology and its impact on KYC. Keynote speakers included topic expert Abbas Ali, the Associate Director and Ecosystem Development Specialist at R3, and Laurent Liotard-Vogt, the Financial Crime Automation Expert and Partner at Chappuis Halder & Co. Both Ali and Liotard-Vogt led discussion around the advancement of Blockchain and the endless potential Blockchain has on risk and compliance management systems.

About KYC of NYC Executive Peer Round table

Too many financial services professionals are facing similar challenges and need to define optimum technology strategies, such as finding “best-in-class” solutions to support extensive KYC regulations. During the KYC round table, Synpulse, amongst top financial decision-makers, we facilitate conversations and presented exigent ideas and topics around KYC best-practices, all while bringing the importance of innovation to the forefront.

Our focus, as solution providers is directed towards comprising an answer that will pave a way for banks to effectively and efficiently mature their risk-and-control framework. As a result, financial institutions can achieve a stronger and healthier KYC process for years to come.

To date, the KYC of NYC Peer Roundtable continues to grow, with close to double the number of attendees in our second edition from the first event. We anticipate continuous demand for this platform as we maintain and further expand our compelling reputation as thought leaders in KYC. The success and feedback that stemmed from the first two editions proves that KYC of NYC is contributing relevant subject matter in a peer-related and integrated way.

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