Adapting to Fraud in 2020 – What Can We Learn from Our Peers?
In this session, a panel of Abrigo experts and crime fighters from financial institutions successfully adapting to fraud surges come together to share the tips and tricks to their success. As COVID-19 and the ongoing recession increase fraud trends and create new schemes, financial crime fighters look to learn from each other to help keep their communities safe from bad actors.
Join this session to learn:
- How financial institutions leverage limited resources while adapting to fraud
- What you can do to educate your community about emerging fraud schemes
- How to handle new schemes surrounding PPP, stimulus packages, and COVID-19
This session is eligible for 1 CFCS credit
Andres Tapia, CAMS, GAMS, CFE
Andres Tapia, CAMS, GAMS, CFE, brings 15 years of financial service experience working with community banks ranging in asset size from $1 billion in assets to large regional banks of up to $125 billion in assets. Andres has managed retail and compliance teams and has gained experience in retail banking, private banking, fraud, physical security, and BSA/AML compliance. He has previously worked as a BSA/AML officer and implemented transaction monitoring software as well as core banking software programs. He is bilingual and, prior to joining Abrigo, formerly Banker’s Toolbox, managed multiple groups of compliance analysts and investigators at a financial institution along the US-Mexico border. Today, as Manager of Consulting, Andres leads the Risk Management Consultants for the anti-money laundering advisory division of Abrigo. Andres is a certified anti-money laundering specialist (CAMS), gaming anti-money laundering specialist (GAMS), a member of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS), a member of the Institute for Certified Gaming Industry Professionals (ICGIP), and a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Andres earned his MBA from Belmont University in Nashville.