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What We Do

We provide deep anti-financial crime knowledge and experience for our global clients across public and private sector, employing a diverse set of skill-sets that augments our distinctive understanding of regulatory expectations and industry practices. Our support ranges from national strategies to targeted capability enhancements, including supporting the mutual evaluation processes.

Governments, supervisors, regulators, finance intelligence units, national crime agencies, and other anti money laundering and combating financial terrorism stakeholders benefit from our support in combatting financial crime at a national level. As data-driven policymaking advocates, we are also at the forefront of defining the future of financial intelligence sharing.

Government support Public sector Supporting government agencies and regulators in the development of National Risk Assessment, National Strategy, Development of National Committees
Risk-based approach Public sector Developing robust risk-based approach to Supervision, Development of Sectoral, and Sub-sectoral risk assessments, enhancements to onsite ad offsite inspections
Leadership training and coaching Private sector Cooperating with senior stakeholders in the public and private sector to provide hands-on training for AFC and support preparation for FATF assessments prior to evaluation
Infrastructure build Private sector Helping to understand and build the new infrastructure required to underpin next generation anti-financial crime defenses by reducing the costs for compliance and exploitation of financial intelligence data
Data and intelligence Public private relationship Assisting on establishing and running anti-money laundering, fraud, sanctions, cyber-security partnerships to promote effective and efficient data sharing an intelligence gathering
Acting as smart secretariat Public private relationship Supporting PPPs by setting the principles, reporting structure, governance, and objectives. We train the team to be self-sufficient and capable of running the PPP over a long term
 

What We Think

Cryptocurrencies and public policy – key questions and answers

Cryptocurrencies and public policy – key questions and answers

Exploring the topic of cryptocurrencies from a public policy viewpoint in a Q&A format

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How Public Private Partnerships Can Stop Financial Crime

In this point of view we examine how public private partnerships can be leveraged to tackle the global rise in financial crime

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Cornerstone of Financial Crime Prevention

How recent updates to the FFIEC manual enabled a bespoke approach to risk assessment

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Bigger, Better, And Collaborative

Bigger, Better, And Collaborative

The regulatory approach needed to ensure everyone benefits from tech in banking

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Anti-money laundering transaction monitoring

Anti-money laundering transaction monitoring

Our vision for the future of AML analytics

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Efficient Financial Crime Compliance

Dispelling three common myths to enable next generation solutions

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Financial Crime Risk Management In Asia Pacific

Financial Crime Risk Management In Asia Pacific

Lack of adequate controls in the bank allow criminals to work through the loopholes of the system

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Cryptocurrencies: Head In The Sand Is Not An Option

Cryptocurrencies: Head In The Sand Is Not An Option

Understanding the implications on banks' AML, sanctions, and KYC programs

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Finding A Needle In A Haystack

The case for rethinking and upgrading anti-money laundering transaction monitoring

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