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Transaction Monitoring

Reasons Why You Should Be Transaction Monitoring

Millions of transactions are monitored everyday. Anti-money laundering (AML) transaction monitoring enables banks and other financial institutions to analyse how their customers are spending and moving money in real-time.

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False Positive Trends

False Positive Trends To Look Out For

With over 90% of all alerts usually resulting in being a false positive, Financial Crime professionals can be inundated with mounting false positive results. These alerts can be a huge financial burden to banks. Read more to find out what to look out for.

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Importance Of Health Checks

The Importance Of Regular Health Checks

For Banks and Financial Institutions (FI), health checks should be at the forefront of maintenance planning for internal systems and identification of financial risk. Often organisations neglect to carry out frequent health checks…

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Money Laundering

Anti Money Laundering Predictions for 2021

We are halfway into the first quarter of 2021, and already certain themes have become apparent within AML. So, what will the rest of the year have in store for us, and what more do we predict will crop up across anti-money laundering and financial crime?

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The impacts of Brexit on Watch-List Screening

Since Brexit, the UK has been coming to terms with new rules, and being no longer subject to EU sanctions regulations is one of them. What this means is that all sanctions regimes will now be implemented through..

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Proliferation Financing

What is Proliferation Financing? “Proliferation financing” refers to: the act of providing funds or financial services which are used, in whole or in part, for the manufacture, acquisition, possession, development, export, trans-shipment, brokering, transport, transfer, stockpiling or use of nuclear, chemical….

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Transaction Monitoring

Reasons Why You Should Be Transaction Monitoring

Millions of transactions are monitored everyday. Anti-money laundering (AML) transaction monitoring enables banks and other financial institutions to analyse how their customers are spending and moving money in real-time.

Read More
False Positive Trends

False Positive Trends To Look Out For

With over 90% of all alerts usually resulting in being a false positive, Financial Crime professionals can be inundated with mounting false positive results. These alerts can be a huge financial burden to banks. Read more to find out what to look out for.

Read More
Importance Of Health Checks

The Importance Of Regular Health Checks

For Banks and Financial Institutions (FI), health checks should be at the forefront of maintenance planning for internal systems and identification of financial risk. Often organisations neglect to carry out frequent health checks…

Read More
Money Laundering

Anti Money Laundering Predictions for 2021

We are halfway into the first quarter of 2021, and already certain themes have become apparent within AML. So, what will the rest of the year have in store for us, and what more do we predict will crop up across anti-money laundering and financial crime?

Read More
EU Flag

The impacts of Brexit on Watch-List Screening

Since Brexit, the UK has been coming to terms with new rules, and being no longer subject to EU sanctions regulations is one of them. What this means is that all sanctions regimes will now be implemented through..

Read More

Proliferation Financing

What is Proliferation Financing? “Proliferation financing” refers to: the act of providing funds or financial services which are used, in whole or in part, for the manufacture, acquisition, possession, development, export, trans-shipment, brokering, transport, transfer, stockpiling or use of nuclear, chemical….

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