Recorded April 21, 2020
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The lack of an industry standard for categorizing payment fraud losses has created difficulties in capturing and interpreting fraud trends. To help address these challenges, the Federal Reserve established the Fraud Definitions Work Group that includes an array of payments stakeholders. These experts have worked to craft a recommended Fraud Classification Model defining ACH, wire and check fraud. Hear how the Model adds value to the payments industry and how speakers have taken steps to adopt the framework into their organizations’ fraud prevention methods.
Questions answered in this session:
- How was the Fraud Classification Model developed and what does the road to adoption look like?
- Where do industry experts see the value in this Fraud Classification Model for the entire payments industry?
Vice President, Fraud & Financial Crimes Product Management, Fiserv
Chris Guard, CUCE, NCCO, AFC
Vice President, E-Services Compliance & Fraud, State Employees' Credit Union
Co-CEO & Vice President of Product Management, Guardian Analytics
Moderated by: Michael Timoney
Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
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