Episode 16 : Banking on the cloud: passing fad or fundamental shift?
Join us for our 16th episode of Neterium Talks on Thursday 25th April 2024 at 4PM CET where we will discuss: "Banking on the cloud: passing fad or fundamental shift?" with Pascal Aerens, CPO of Neterium.
In this upcoming Neterium talks, we will explore why adopting Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions in the cloud is not just a trend but a necessity for ensuring competitiveness and excellence in financial crime compliance. Pascal Aerens, CPO of Neterium, will detail the key benefits of leveraging cloud-based SaaS solutions for sanctions screening compliance while also offering ways to contain the related risks.
As always, we'll start first with a quick overview of key updates in the FCC space by Christopher Stringham, followed by our core subject of the day.
The session will end with an open Q&A, where we can exchange ideas and discuss your thoughts.
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