Anti-money laundering (AML) research

8 research papers

Three essential steps to a better FIU

Financial Institutions (FIs) face an anxious and uncertain future, as they wait for criminals to strike and regulators to descend. Nor can they ignore digital developments, because their customers demand them and criminals exploit them. But tackling these problems requires huge amounts of data,…

RiskTech100® 2018

Welcome to RiskTech100® 2018, the flagship report of Chartis Research. Now in its twelfth year, RiskTech100® is globally acknowledged as the most comprehensive independent study of the world’s major players in risk and compliance technology. RiskTech is a fast-moving market, and 2017 has given us…

FircoSoft Vendor Highlights Report

In the past, many firms felt powerless to prevent financial crime and simply wrote it off as the cost of doing business. In the last two decades, however, the combination of greater regulatory pressure and the increased costs of financial crime to firms have led to financial crime management…

Anti-Money Laundering Solutions 2013

Anti-money laundering (AML) solutions were originally implemented by financial institutions in response to the first wave of money laundering regulations in the late 1980s and early 1990s. However, in the past five years, there has been renewed interest in AML solutions and a fresh wave of…