Accuity: Lessons Learnt from the Nordic Region’s Financial Crime Challenges

Financial crime continues to grow ever more sophisticated.

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime estimates $0.8 – 2.0 trillion is laundered each year, which is roughly 2-5% of global GDP. Europol has conducted a detailed analysis across Europe and believes that only around 10% of the suspicious transaction reports (STRs) or suspicious activity reports (SARs) generated annually, lead to further investigation by competent authorities. Europol further estimates that barely 1% of criminal

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