Chartis: Relationship troubles are just one worry for firms in the FinCrime fight

Relationships can be complicated at the best of times. And right now, few financial institutions (FIs), or their financial crime teams, would claim to be enjoying the best of times. One of their toughest challenges is negotiating the complex networks of relationships they have established over the years. Deep in these counterparty labyrinths could be lurking all sorts of unsavory risks, among them money laundering, fraud and sanctioned entities. FIs must determine not just the risks posed by a

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