Money laundering is a growing threat within the insurance industry. The regulatory framework within banking is adding stronger controls and governance processes which will encourage launderers to seek alternative areas to launder funds. While insurance presents a different type of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) risk, the risks still exist. Long considered
Fraud detection is a wide field. Every organisation experiences the implementation differently.
Forming a significant theme in several organisational technology strategies, AI can augment a gamut of business practices, including compliance. Compliance is a must-do activity, not a nice-to-have. It is essential that companies extract maximum value from compliance processes, reducing the possibility of it being considered a cost centre. Technological innovation
Part 504 of the US Department of Financial Services Superintendent’s Regulations seems to significantly up the requirements for firms to conduct ongoing review and continuously improve their approach to anti-money laundering (AML) monitoring. But is it really very different from the intergovernmental Financial Action Task Force's broader suggestions to introduce