Tim Mueller

Managing Director, Global Investigations & Compliance Guidehouse

Tim is a member of the Global Investigations and Compliance (GIC) practice. He leads the technology and data analytics team within GIC which focuses on assisting clients with selection, implementation and review of anti-money laundering (AML) and sanctions screening technology platforms. His team works with clients to: incorporate machine learning and artificial intelligence into current AML platforms; evaluate systems governance; review risk coverage for transaction monitoring detection scenarios and sanctions name matching algorithms; perform system tuning to maximize effectiveness while minimizing false positives; perform model validation projects for AML and sanctions systems; and, support data handling and analytics for large scale file and transaction reviews. Recent projects have involved assisting both regulators and financial institutions with providing the information technology functionality necessary to comply with BSA/AML requirements, including the recent New York State Department of Financial Services Regulation Part 504.

Prior to joining Guidehouse, Tim was a Managing Director/Partner at KPMG Consulting. In addition to his career in consulting, Tim led a real estate investment and property management company, commercial mortgage origination software groups, and a start-up technology company.

 

Regtech & Security Connect 2019

Tuesday, January 1st, 2019

11:50 AM Helping FIs Leverage Machine Intelligence in-line with Regulator Expectations

There are many ways to augment existing compliance systems with machine intelligence. Many factors should be considered before choosing a starting point such as pain points, likelihood of success measured in terms of effectiveness and efficiency gains, and regulator expectations. Navigant will briefly describe its experience assisting financial institutions with the successful practical application of advanced machine intelligence technologies in a manner that was accepted by regulators. Navigant will share challenges encountered, lessons learned, and advice for financial institutions thinking about augmenting their systems with supervised and unsupervised learning capabilities.  

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Tim.

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