Capco: Automating the Fight Against AML Overload

With operating costs under greater scrutiny than ever, banks need to find the most efficient way to manage an increase in suspicious alerts

Financial institutions around the world are going through a rapid transformation of risk and compliance processes to cope with the onslaught of regulatory requirements of their jurisdictions. To comply, institutions regularly add logical rulesets to their anti-money-laundering (AML) systems resulting in many alerts, all of which must be reviewed.

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