Sanctions screening and fraud prevention solutions use real-time detection to prevent terrorist financing and financial crime; will anti-money laundering (AML) change to this type of process?


While AML monitoring for the most part still follows an "observe and report" paradigm, compliance officers are now being asked to examine financial transactions for potential money laundering before they are executed.

Why? Read this white paper and learn about the regulatory requirements that are obliging compliance departments to take a good hard look at the needs for real-time detection, and the key capabilities needed to support it.

  • Country
  • International, United States
  • Solution
  • Fraud Risk & AML Compliance Management
  • Published
  • June 2015