Protiviti: AML And Data Governance: How Well Do You KYD?

Financial institutions have invested significant time, money and resources into developing and maintaining anti-money laundering (AML) compliance programs. One key enabler of an AML compliance program is the software used to review customers, analyze transactions to identify suspicious activities, and provide analytical and research capabilities to support the filing, or non-filing, of suspicious activity reports (SARs). Another important component of an AML compliance program is “know your

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