Robotic Process Automation in Risk and Compliance

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7 August 2018
Joan McGowan

Benefits, Challenges, and Use Cases

Key research questions

  • What is RPA?
  • Why do RPA projects fail?
  • When is RPA most impactful?

Abstract

There are an abundance of tasks across risk and compliance operations that can be automated using robotics. But early implementations are not providing the expected results. The disappointment with early implementations is not a reflection of RPA as a technology. Rather, it is a lack of good governance and advance planning.

A typical bank employee makes 10 to 30 errors per 100 opportunities. Now consider a top UK-based global financial institution that employs 12,000 fraud analysts and 60,000 anti-money laundering (AML) and compliance analysts. The math is alarming. RPA, as a set of technologies that enables the automation of tasks currently requiring human involvement, is a compelling business approach to the problems of staffing, risk mitigation, and the management of compliance.

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Insight details

Content Type
Reports
Focus
Innovation & Emerging Technology, Legacy and Ecosystem Transformation, Risk Management & Compliance, Technology trends
Location
Asia-Pacific, EMEA, LATAM, North America