In the July 15 issue of BAI Banking Strategies, Jack Sundstrom, Chief Product and Marketing Officer for Kevari, reported on the company’s recent survey of frontline fraud fighters. Among the insights you’ll read in the article:
“Despite overwhelming confidence in their own abilities and impact, fraud fighters raised red flags related to the actions of their organizations and its customers. More than 85% said “customers make it easier for fraudsters to commit fraud,” and a little more than half said their “company’s customer experience initiatives make it easier for fraudsters to commit fraud.”
Melanie Weaver is the SVP of Strategic Partnerships and Alliances for Kevari. With nearly two decades of experience as a sales and partnership executive in the broader financial services space, she has earned the trust of prominent organizations across the country in the areas of risk and compliance technology and managed services. You can reach her at email@example.com.
Kevari is fighting to win the battle against account takeover and new-account fraud. With protection from Kevari, banks, credit unions, financial services companies, and other businesses can preserve profitability, safeguard customer relationships, and strengthen their business reputation.
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