Reducing the cost of AML compliance

Money laundering has far-reaching implications. It makes organized crime pay. It allows drug traffickers and smugglers to expand their operations. It undermines government tax revenue and the financial community in general because it siphons vast sums of money from legal endeavors. The events of 9/11 added yet more incentive to stem the flow of illicit financial transactions.

Many institutions initially made modest technology investments to meet minimum anti-money laundering (AML)

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