Fireside Chat

Financial Intelligence Sharing under GDPR

Using Privacy-Enhancing Technologies to balance conflicting compliance requirements

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Financial intelligence sharing promises institutions to take back the upper hand against financial crime networks.

While financial regulators increasingly call upon the industry to share information, data privacy compliance poses barriers to inter-institutional collaboration. In this fireside chat, we present pioneering information sharing projects that leverage PETs and discuss pertinent GDPR obligations that institutions have to take into consideration.

Watch this fireside chat to learn more about:

  • What is the legal significance of using PETs under the GDPR framework, and how do regulators view PETs.
  • Financial intelligence sharing in motion: hear from financial risk professionals how they designed and implemented - information sharing projects, and the lessons they learned.
  • How can financial institutions balance potentially conflicting financial regulations and data privacy regulations.
  • Which types of Privacy- Enhancing Technologies (PETs) can be leveraged for intelligence sharing in the financial sector.

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Features Panelists



Hilko van Rooijen
Senior Manager, Deloitte


Odia Kagan
Partner & Chair of GDPR Compliance and International Privacy, Fox Rothschild LLP


Anthony Ta
Project Director and Innovation and Watch Leader, SGCIB


Ronen Cohen
Strategy & Product Marketing, Duality


Nick J. Maxwell
Head of the Future of Financial Intelligence Sharing (FFIS), RUSI Centre

We see the need for financial intelligence sharing spreading across the entire financial crime and compliance lifecycle, from privacy-enhanced investigations, to KYC, thresholding and testing, transaction monitoring, and more.

Ronen Cohen
Strategy & Product Marketing, Duality