Blind Spots in AML programs Paper image

Complimentary paper:
The blind-spots in AML programs - Innovation for a more “effective” program


Regulatory expectations for financial institutions’ (FI) AML programs have pivoted. FIs now must not only achieve technical compliance with rules and regulations but also, and probably more importantly, are expected to effectively mitigate risk.
 
This report examines the move away from a prescriptive approach to targeting financial crime towards mitigation of risk.
 
Executive Roundtable – Financial Crime and Sanctions Data Management

Topics covered:


  • What is the current and likely future regulatory picture?


  • Examples of common blind spots


  • An analysis of technology approaches


 
 
 
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