Using Data to Enhance Transaction Monitoring and Customer Profiling Processes 

When it comes to transactions, anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) laws in the United States prohibit a number of activities including conducting or attempting to conduct a financial transaction, knowing that the property involved in the transaction represents the proceeds of some unlawful activity. But with criminal networks becoming increasingly more sophisticated, can financial institutions protect themselves with antiquated transaction monitoring processes to identify unlawful activity?

In this webinar, we will address how an effective transaction monitoring process can:

  •  Identify unusual transactions that warrant further investigation and regulatory reporting
  • Provide input into and improve the effectiveness of an AML/ATF program
  • Assist with profiling customers and understanding their unique risks
  • Ease the burden of compliance and reporting to regulators, including FinCEN

Meet the Presenters

Brett B

Brett Barrett 
Risk Specialist 
Thompson Reuters 

Andrew Simpson - CROP
Andrew Simpson

Chief Operating Officer
CaseWare Analytics 


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