Building a business case to support investment in AML systems has never been easy. Boards of directors tend to view AML compliance as a cost to the business as opposed to investing in anti-fraud solutions which has a direct impact on the bottom line. However, there has been a marked increase in interest from executives following a number of high-profile breaches resulting in huge fines, considerable management time in dealing with the consequences, not to mention reputational damage.
While compliance can be viewed as a cost to the business, using manual processes or maintaining outdated systems can exacerbate this due to the vast amounts of time being spent on low value, repetitive tasks resulting in a lack of focus on the detection and prevention of financial crime.
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