Chartis: From compliance to proactive financial crime risk management

Regulatory fines for money laundering and financial crime violations have increased dramatically in recent years, including multi-billion dollar fines for sanctions monitoring and money laundering. The most stringent demands are coming from the United States and the UK.

Financial crime risk management (FCRM) is not merely a regulatory issue. Huge numbers of high-frequency, low cost fraud attacks have been enabled by the dissemination and anonymization of information technologies. In addition

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