Financial crime is growing even as costs for compliance and detection soar. The imbalance of investment and efficacy sends a message: More needs to be done to attack the problem and stay of step ahead of rapidly evolving financial crimes while also meeting compliance requirements.
Managing anti-money laundering and financial crime risk requires a holistic approach. Instead of checking regulatory boxes, financial institutions can pursue actions that have more material impact on the amount of money that’s laundered through the financial system.
In this white paper, you'll read about the responsive and effective measures financial institutions need to fight a new wave of criminal activity. By working collaboratively in their organizations and across regulatory and law enforcement agencies, the industry can achieve greater efficacy while also addressing compliance needs.