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Anti-money laundering and know-your-customer compliance

Complete know-your-customer investigations, comply with bank secrecy act regulations, and optimize your anti-money laundering program.

Financial crime isn’t just about finance. It’s also about knowing your customer, stopping trafficking, navigating state and federal laws, and keeping up with never-ending sanctions.

And with so many disparate technologies and resources out there, it can be difficult to know how to consolidate resources.

Thomson Reuters Risk & Fraud Solutions help to solve this by providing end-to-end tools to help you combat fraud and comply with anti-money laundering (AML) and know-your-customer (KYC) regulations.

Best practices and changes in the industry

Five trends financial services organizations will face in 2022 — ready or not


From emerging technologies, the boom of DeFi, stricter government regulations, and environmental and social pressures, there are many trends occurring right now that are impacting financial institutions.

Read the article below to better understand what these trends are and what your organization can do to keep up in this evolving landscape. 

How new sanctions regime in the U.S. affects financial institutions


In October 2021, the Biden administration released its long-awaited review of U.S. sanctions policy, outlining the approach it intends to take in the future when deploying one of the U.S.’s most powerful national security and foreign policy tools.

Read the article below to see the U.S.’s revised policy framework.

Research and technology that can help your organization with its AML/KYC compliance programs. 


How does your organization compare with competitors and colleagues across the financial services industry?

For the past few years, Thomson Reuters has published an in-depth survey report detailing AML and customer due diligence efforts across the financial services industry. Here are some top takeaways:

  • 20%
    were extremely satisfied and confident with their primary data provider
  • 42%
    of regulators stay up to date on BSA/AML technology
  • 58%
    of organizations are “somewhat” confident in their current data provider
  • 46%
    of respondents reported difficulties in complying with the new beneficial ownership requirements

Interested in seeing the full 2022 AML Survey results? Download here

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