21st Century Compliance: How Technology is Central to Risk Protection in a Complex World
Good customer screening is an essential part of the response to financial crime. In this paper, we look at the central role of technology in making compliance possible in the 21st century.
EBook – 12 Lessons from One Trillion Screens
When it comes to customer screening, organizations are always wondering "what does everyone else do?". Designing and optimising a customer due diligence program isn't easy, so RDC is here to help. Based on our experience with more than 1,000 clients across more than 100 countries, we've assembled our Top 12 lessons learned.
Improving the Impact of Adverse Media Screening for Fintech Companies
Adverse media screening has been widely adopted by UK fintech companies as part of their AML compliance programmes. But where is it being used most effectively and what challenges have been reported? Access our new survey report, produced in collaboration with the FinTech FinCrime Exchange (FFE), for analysis on the use of adverse media and views from leading UK fintech companies.
Protective Scrutiny: The Role of Customer Screening in the Modern Customer Identification Program
This paper builds on our previous whitepaper, "Financial Crime: Can We Win the War?" and drills into customer screening and its fit within an overall Customer Identification Program (CIP) and how it is a vital element in the fight against financial crime
Financial Crime: Can We Win the War?
The problem of financial crime is not a new one, but it is larger and more pervasive than most people think. This paper will focus on the magnitude of the financial crime challenge and what regulators, governments and companies themselves are doing about it.
Using Natural Language Processing to Interpret Risk-Relevant Content
Explore the world of natural language processing (NLP), a fast-evolving technology that’s ideally suited to making sense of unstructured risk intelligence data at a time when corporations depend more than ever on the insights it can provide.
Using Cognitive Prediction to Confront Terrorist Financing
Traditionally, the approach to dealing with terrorist financing starts by breaking it down into two kinds of needs: supporting organizational costs, and the direct costs of attacks themselves, looking at things like travel, infrastructure, logistics and charitable support on the one hand; and everything from vehicles to surveillance gear and IED components on the other. Differentiating between the raise, the transfer and the use of funds is essential to countering terrorist financing, and advances in cognitive prediction models can help.
eBook – Five Steps For Best in Class Customer Screening
Customer screening and monitoring is essential – not only for compliance with complex regulations, but also to protect your organization against genuine Anti-Money Laundering, Know Your Customer and reputational risk. In this eBook, we present proven steps to create a compliance screening program that protects your business while keeping your costs under control.
Demystifying AI and ML
Whitepaper demystifying “cognitive technologies” from AI to machine learning – and exploring their growing role in compliance.
Business Case: Adverse Media for Banking
As a current tool utilized by most large financial institutions to support their AML/KYC processes, Adverse Media can play a significant role in realizing operational efficiency and improved risk decision making.