6 Best Practices for Improving AML Screening

A new whitepaper by BankersAccuity outlines a number of steps banks can take to improve efficiency and compliance in anti-money laundering operations.
July 19, 2013


Regulators have shown a heightened focus on AML and OFAC recently, with large fines leveled against financial institutions -- such as HSBC and Standard Chartered -- that fail to comply. Clearly, the risks are high for financial institutions if they fail to ensure a proper screening process in their AML operations. Most organizations deploy solutions to analyze large amounts of data in real-time to track transactions and keep up to date with the latest regulatory requirements. With sanctions lists being constantly updated with new names and entities, the number of false positives produced in the screening process are going to increase, adding extra costs and workload for even the best compliance programs. To minimize risk and costs banks will have to analyze data within proper context, a new white paper by BankersAccuity argues. Here are 6 steps the paper offers to help reduce false positives in AML screening.

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