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How to reduce costs for anti-money laundering investigations
Your anti-financial crime investigators have to gather data from multiple internal and external systems to spot patterns of high-risk activity. But this manual data consolidation wastes time and means your best people carry out low-value work. Plus, it adds growing costs to your compliance programs.
And even when your investigators find all the relevant information, they lack the technology to consolidate it into a single view. This means risky activity can fall through the cracks and more time is spent repeatedly quality-checking investigations.
Using our platform you can conduct investigations up to 80% faster.
The platform creates a single view of all customers and counterparties by automatically aggregating billions of data records from internal and external sources. So you can eliminate time-intensive manual research and data gathering, and let investigators focus on identifying and exploring patterns of risk.
Save your team time by avoiding a swivel-chair approach to investigations. Our platform brings all information into a single system, automatically. Likewise, investigators don’t have to manually create networks of related entities: the platform does this automatically and presents them in a network view.
You also reduce the chance of missing hidden risk, as our network approach surfaces risks among a counterparty’s web of relationships.
Our platform reduces the amount of time it takes to investigate and review alerts, and improves the quality of alerts too. Which means you save time, reduce false positives, and free up valuable resources—letting you detect more risks, faster, and with more accuracy.
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