What transformative value does an integrated financial crimes program provide to your institution?
More than ever before, financial institutions are challenged to meet financial crimes compliance obligations in a more cost-effective and agile way. To address this, institutions should look to integrate their existing anti-money laundering, sanctions, fraud surveillance, and anti-bribery and corruption compliance programs under a unified financial crimes umbrella.
This white paper discusses some of the regulatory drivers that are encouraging Chief Compliance Officers (CCOs) to integrate their approach to managing financial crimes risk, the governance benefits of further structural integration, and a road map to execute and embark on this journey.
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