Solutions for Anti-Money Laundering: 2018 Transaction Monitoring ABCD Vendor View

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18 September 2018

Celent profiles 16 leading AML software solutions.

Key research questions

  • What is an AML transaction monitoring system?
  • Who are the leading AML transaction monitoring system vendors globally?
  • Which systems win Celent’s AML Transaction Monitoring ABCD Awards for 2018?


Anti-money laundering software continues to evolve. Solution providers have been responding to demands for new functionality driven by financial institutions and regulators alike. More vendors have introduced features for supporting increased efficiency at the alert investigation and case management level. Importantly, AML software providers are now developing new capabilities leveraging next-generation technologies such as machine learning, AI, and robotic process automation (RPA).

Anti-money laundering software is a critical support for AML compliance at financial institutions and other firms involved in funds transfer and value exchange. Celent's review of AML transaction monitoring solutions profiles leading AML software vendors, evaluates them using its ABCD Vendor View, and hands out XCelent Awards to four of the vendors.

This report evaluates the transaction monitoring, case management, and reporting capabilities of AML software vendors.

The 16 vendors profiled in this report are: 3I Infotech, ACI Worldwide, Aquilan Technologies, BAE Systems, EastNets, Fair Isaac, FIS, Fiserv, Infrasoft Technologies, NICE Actimize, Oracle, SAS Institute, Tata Consultancy Services, Temenos, Verafin, and Wolters Kluwer.

A companion report, Solutions for Watchlist Screening: 2018 ABCD Vendor View, evaluates watchlist screening and onboarding / customer due diligence (CDD) capabilities, as well as related case management and reporting functionality.