|In a world where everything and everyone has a digital connection, crimes are growing in subtlety and sophistication and are becoming much harder for firms and the law enforcement authorities to detect.|
|Watch Michael Jones, a director in Financial Crime Analytics, explain how using data can help organisations take an integrated approach to tackling Financial Crime.|
Traditionally, organisations have fought financial crime in silos, collecting and analysing data designed around a set of compliance chores. As a result, data is duplicated across different parts of the organisation, meaning financial crime analysts are struggling to connect the dots.
Taking a holistic and integrated view of financial crime breaks down the barriers that have previously prevented effective financial crime detection. Using a centralised analytics hub that collates separate financial crime data i.e. AML, Sanctions, ABC, Fraud, Market Abuse and FATCA, we can help organisations become proactive rather than reactive in detecting financial crime activity.