Ekata - Dec 14 - Is Your KYC Process Driving Consumers
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Is Your Onboarding Process Driving Customers to the Competition?

A Virtual Whisky Tasting Session

December 14th, 4 PM – 5:30 PM CT

Presented by

Ekata

Here’s what we’ll discuss:

Improving the digital account opening experience is mandatory for any financial institution wanting to support a strong customer acquisition strategy.

Since 2019, there have been more checking accounts opened through digital channels than in person. Unfortunately, traditional onboarding tools haven’t kept up with this move to digital. They aren’t designed to help with digital identity verification, making it challenging to recognize and combat stolen ID / synthetic ID fraud. Additionally, these KYC tools don’t work well for unbanked or under-banked applicants, resulting in a time consuming, complicated, high-friction process for the applicant to prove their identity.

In this interactive roundtable, Barret Kaubisch, Senior Manager for Ekata’s Financial Services segment will lead the group in discussion around the future of onboarding, with topics such as:

  • The challenges with traditional onboarding processes, and the impacts to your business
  • Technologies available to address these gaps
  • How to use global data, sophisticated data science, and machine learning models to enhance legacy KYC and onboarding tools

Agenda

4:00 PM – 4:10 PM

Session & Participant Intro

4:11 PM – 4:30 PM

Guided Whisky tasting by an expert

4:31 PM – 5:20 PM

Interactive discussion on the topic

5:21 PM – 5:30 PM

Closing

Solution Expert

Barret Kaubisch
Senior Manager for Ekata’s Financial Services segment

Barret Kaubisch is a Senior Manager for Ekata’s Financial Services segment. He works closely with businesses in financial services and payments to create seamless experiences for their customers while fighting fraud. Barret is passionate about increasing access to financial services through the use of digital identity verification. He has been with Ekata since before the Mastercard acquisition in 2021, and he holds a BA in History & Political Science from the University of Washington.

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This is an executive peer group round table for 10-15 Risk & Fraud senior executives. We use a conversational, story-telling approach that works best when everyone participates.

Who should apply for an invitation?

If you’d like to understand how verifying digital identity can make onboarding less risky
Decision-makers who have buying authority for their organization

Participation in this Virtual Whisky Appreciation is free of charge to qualified attendees. Once you’ve completed the registration, we’ll confirm your invitation and send you a calendar invite with a link to the meeting.

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