The Venue: Webinar
- Wednesday, September 13, 2017: 1pm - 2pm PDT (Pacific)
Undetected fraud is a leading cause of factoring losses. The factoring industry has historically relied on experience (“feel for the customer/factoring gut”), human operations and luck in detecting fraud. Recently, technology and data has
enabled a systematic approach to identification and prevention of fraud. Tech giants, e-commerce companies
and leaders in payments, blockchain have spent the last generation developing fraud detection and scalable protocols. Factors/alternative finance companies do not have a one-stop fraud solution,
but can adopt 21st century
leading tech practices. In most cases, fraud solutions involve the integration of several technology vendors organized in complex protocols and governing algorithms to effectively manage fraud risk.
In the webinar we will dive into a series of case studies using technology to counteract fraud including:
- * Novel technologies: e.g. “Bad-guy” lists, create device fingerprints, triangulate geolocation, determine email and phone age
- * Existing, rapid detection technologies: e.g. , live bank transaction data, 3rd data integrations
- * Competition in SMB space: Other merchant cash advance and online lender fraud detection techniques
Andrew Bertolina - CEO, Finvoice
Andrew has experience in venture capital, a multi-asset class fund of funds and in economic consulting. He holds a Master of Finance from Cambridge University. Andrew has given talks on the intersection of technology and finance to the World Bank, Stanford and Cambridge Universities.
Rana S. Mookherjee - Corporate Development Advisor, Finvoice
Rana s an experienced FinTech and structured finance professional with deep industry and domain expertise. Rana is a Corporate Development Advisor to Finvoice. Previously Rana lead Funding Circle’s structured financing initiatives with extensive relationships with: credit-oriented hedge funds, US depository banks, global asset managers and large family office investors. Funding Circle has originated over $625MM in small business loans in the US and over $3B globally. Previously, Rana was a technology and structured finance banker at JPMorgan, Hambros Bank and Credit Suisse in San Francisco, New York and Tokyo. Rana began his career in New York City at Morgan Stanley & Co.
The fee for this webinar is $40 ($50 for Non-IFA Members)
On Line Registration
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