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What are the key pillars of third-party risk management?
In a recent post by Moody's Analytics, the company outlined three key pillars of third-party risk management.
Navigating the labyrinth of economic crime with a unified threat matrix
When it comes to navigating the challenges of economic crime, establishing a threat matrix can be a key way to steady the ship. This point...
Quantexa teams up with ING to strengthen anti-money laundering efforts
Global bank ING and data analytics software company Quantexa have announced a strategic partnership.
Themis launches supply chain risk assessment tool
Themis has launched a supply chain risk assessment tool that will enable firms to map out geographies and sectors and touch points from financial crimes.
Resistant AI links with anti-financial crime firm Client Fabric Tech
Resistant AI, a fraud and financial crime prevention services provider, has partnered with financial crime company Client Fabric Tech.
Financial crime trends to watch out for in 2023
With the financial world becoming ever more interconnected, the spectre of financial crime looms potentially larger than ever.
How Flagright is taking the fight to financial crime
The mission of Berlin-headquartered Flagright is to protect FinTechs from financial crime with risk-based transaction monitoring.
The technologies leading the way in fighting financial crime
In a world where financial crime is becoming ever more prevalent, the need to develop technologies to control is becoming ever more imperative. What are some of the technologies leading the way?
ComplyAdvantage names Vatsa Narasimha as new CEO
Financial crime detection company ComplyAdvantage has named Vatsa Narasimha as its new CEO, as founder Charles Delingpole and current CEO transitions to executive chairman role.
How KYC requirements for banks are helping fight financial crime
The growing challenge of criminal money making its way into the banking system is a continuing problem for banks. However, a mixture of new compliance regulations for banks may be helping to turn the tide.