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Banking on better intelligence

Discover how to protect your organization's reputation by revealing risk from fraud, and adverse media in one single solution. Increase the accuracy of your investigations and accelerate customer onboarding - all while saving time and money

Banks face ever-changing risks and requirements

Financial institutions face a rapidly evolving regulatory landscape. Discover how advanced data technology can help you keep in step with change.
On this resource hub, our network of industry experts shares insights on emerging stories in financial fraud and AML regulations, trends impacting commercial lending and practical guidance on KYC compliance and workflows.

AML/Fraud Investigation

The fraud detection and investigation process is being revolutionized by rapid technological advancements. In order to compete, financial institutions need to adopt AML technologies to identify and mitigate fraud.

Online investigation software

CLEAR for anti-money laundering

Thomson Reuters CLEAR anti-money laundering tool brings together a vast collection of public and proprietary records, sophisticated analytics, and live data into a single working environment, providing the data you need transparently and quickly.

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Commercial Lending

An increase in disaster fraud, digital banking and heightened compliance means that banks must be prepared to lend fast and prevent fraud. As you rapidly process these applications, are you confident in the results of your investigation? Get information you can trust to make better decisions.

Online investigation software

CLEAR for commercial lending

Commercial lenders are facing a rapidly increasing volume of opportunities, a changing market, and constantly evolving underwriting standards—all within the context of increased documentation and compliance requirements.

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