The Growing Case for Fraud and AML Convergence

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12 January 2021

Financial institutions maintain two large and complex operational regimes dedicated to fighting financial crime. Both are laden with technology operated by armies of professionals dedicated to rooting out criminal activity. Why not combine them and reap the benefits in increased efficiency, lowered costs, and improved analytical insights?


  • Thank you Neil Katkov...very relevant topic and the need of the hour for the financial institutions....
    Given the proximity of both the AML & the Anti-Fraud teams rolling up to the same executive leadership....the convergence may be possible....but however the security information may be under a different senior - CISO team.....this will not be so easy....
    but noticed your point on the banks based out of EU region have converged all the 3 units.....- can you pl throw some light around the EU banks convergence aspect....

    thank you...

    Venkatesh Balasubramaniam