2023 Fraud Technology Half-Day Workshop
The Fraud Technology Workshop will provide attendees with information about the technologies that can be used to satisfy the requirements of the Government Issued ID Method, the Credit File Method, and the Dual Source Method as well as how these technologies can combat fraud. This half-day workshop is part of the Lenders Summit and all participants will have access to the Lenders Summit networking and content from 9:00 – 5:00 on November 1st including breakfast, lunch and evening drinks.
8:45 - 1:00
Registration and Breakfast
State of the Union
Mini Keynote: Overview of the FINTRAC Client ID Rules and the equivalent rules governing lawyers.
Document Authentication Technologies
Government Issued ID Method I: The goal of this segment is to give Attendees an understanding of the vendors offering Document Authentication Technologies, how the various technologies work, and the pros and cons of each technology.
Liveness Detection/Genuine Presence Assurance Technologies
Government Issued ID Method II: The goal of this segment is to give Attendees an understanding of the vendors offering Liveness Detection/Genuine Presence Assurance Technologies, how the various technologies work, and the pros and cons of each technology.
Digital IDs issued by Provincial Governments
Government Issued ID Method III: The goal of this segment will be to give Attendees information about government issued Digital IDs including which governments are planning on issuing digital IDs, how the IDs work and when the governments will start issuing the IDs.
TransUnion eBVS ID platform
The goal of this segment will be to provide Attendees with information about TransUnion’s eBVS ID platform including how it works, how professionals can access it and the cost.
Equifax AML Assist platform
The goal of this segment will be to provide Attendees with information about Equifax’s AML Assist platform including how it works, how professionals can access it and the cost.
Interac V.ME Service – Banking Verification
Dual Source Method II: The goal of this segment is to provide Attendees with information about how the Interac v.me platform works, how it can be accessed and the cost.
Enstream – Cell Phone Account Verification
Dual Source Method III: The goal of this segment is to provide Attendees with information about how the Enstream platform works, the value of cell phone account information to fraud prevention, how the Enstream platform can be accessed and the cost.
Flinks – Banking Verification
Dual Source Method I: The goal of this segment is to provide Attendees with information about how the flinks platform works, the value of banking attributes to fraud prevention, how the flinks platform can be accessed and the cost.
Flinks Network Break
Real-World Application of These Technologies
The goal of this segment will be to present a case study on the Treefort digital ID, electronic signature and virtual meeting platform including discussions on:
- How are these technologies used?
- How Canadians are reacting to these technologies?
- Why Multi-Factor Authentication is required in order to materially mitigate the risk of fraud?
The goal of this segment is for Regulators who have taken action, or who have plans to take action, related to the Client ID Rules to report on those actions. This segment could include the a discussion of the following:
- FSRAO – issuance of its new guidance on Client ID;
- Law Society of BC – termination of the Emergency COVID measures effective September 30, 2023 and the effect of that termination including the suspension of remote signing meetings;
- Law Society of Alberta – termination of the Emergency COVID measures effective July 18, 2023 and the effect of that termination including the use of technologies in the Alberta Innovation Sandbox;
- Law Society of Ontario – termination of the Emergency COVID measures effective January 1, 2024 and the effect of that termination;
- FINTRAC – adding mortgage brokers and private lenders as Reporting Entities;
- Alberta Land Titles Office – The Alberta Registries Evolution project including implementing a completely digital workflow for Alberta Land Titles documents
Lunch & Lenders Summit Afternoon Session
Lunch is served and participants are welcome to join the Lenders Summit downstairs.
November 1, 2023
MaRS Discovery District
101 College St, Toronto, ON M5G 1L7
2019 Innovative Lender Awards
Congratulations to Eva Wong and Andrew Graham for winning the 2018 LEADER OF THE YEAR leadership award. The Tiffany & Co. crystal award was presented on Nov 21st at the Lenders Summit.
We are now welcoming 2019 Innovative Lender of the Year nominations. Innovative Lenders are defined as: Executives and thought leaders who think outside the box to develop and foster innovative concepts and strategies that help move the overall lending industry forward.
We invite you to nominate an innovative lenders for this award. Award recipients may include:
- Solution providers servicing the lending community
- Executives of B2B and B2C lending companies
- Industry thought-leaders and rainmakers
Additional criteria will encompass some or all of the following three areas (please be as descriptive as possible in each response):
- Emerging lending technology solutions or business models that executives helped to advance.
- Specific innovative lending strategy or idea conceptualized and/or launched.
- Business results or positive outcomes, or expected results, following a successful implementation of the innovative strategy or concept.
We’ll also ask for any additional insights or comments related to the nominee’s qualifications for receiving an Innovative Lenders Award.
To nominate an executive click the NOMINATE linkNominate for Award
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