AML TRANSACTION MONITORING
Automatically detect suspicious transactions – quickly and effectively – to help avoid reputational risk and potential fines.
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As Anti Money Laundering regulation strengthens and the risk of non-compliance increases, it has become essential for businesses dealing in large volumes of financial transactions to improve risk identification and detection of suspicious activity by implementing AML Transaction Monitoring.
Not adhering to the ever-changing AML regulations can lead to reputational risk and potential fines. Too many false positives can inundate your compliance staff with unnecessary work. Plus, manual transaction monitoring processes are prone to human error which can result in a negative customer experience. Not having a comprehensive audit trail can further complicate matters.
ComplyRadar helps you address AML transaction monitoring requirements by automatically identifying suspicious behaviour in real-time or on a scheduled basis, while minimising false positives. It monitors transactions related to individuals, accounts, and entities to detect suspicious activity quickly and effectively, through a fully audited process to inspect and act on flagged transactions.
Gambling & iGaming
Transaction Monitoring helps your compliance team fulfil its AML obligations whilst ensuring not to disrupt your genuine and VIP players.
Comply with global regulations
Protect your reputation
Instil a positive player experience
Banking & Finance
Transaction Monitoring has become a necessity for compliance officers within Banks & Financial Institutions to identify AML risk and detect suspicious activity.
Minimise risk exposure
Avoid potential fines
Reduce false positives
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