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Growing Payments Ecosystem Poses New Challenges for Corporate Treasurers

Growth in the payments ecosystem shows no sign of slowing down, particularly when we consider the predicted future level of volume and value of domestic and cross border payments.
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9 September 2019 - Accuity Insights

Top Five Best Practices for Corporate Treasury to Optimise Payment Processes

Corporate treasury professionals face a greater set of challenges than ever before.
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7 May 2019 - Accuity Insights

Lessons Learnt from the Nordic Region’s Financial Crime Challenges

Financial institutions in the Nordic region have recently made headlines concerning a series of significant money laundering lapses. News stories on this topic have focused on fines but, in the background, firms are making organisational changes, shifting mind-sets and enhancing their systems and processes for the better.
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2 May 2019 - Accuity Insights

The Role of AI in Regtech and Other Takeaways from ACAMS Hollywood

A record number of anti-money laundering (AML) professionals, regulators and vendors recently converged in Hollywood, Florida, for the ACAMS 24th Annual AML & Financial Crime Conference. There was a clear focus on how artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and robotic process automation (RPA), and other advanced technologies, can help in the fight against financial crime.
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29 April 2019 - Accuity Insights

Five Best Practices for Adverse Media Screening

Of all the risks faced by financial institutions, identifying Reputationally Exposed Persons (REPs) in adverse media is the one most likely to fall under the radar. Here are five best practices to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your adverse media screening program.
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5 March 2019 - Accuity Insights

Accuity Wins XCelent Customer Base Award for Firco Compliance Link

The organisations we serve range from banks and fintechs, to insurance firms, airlines, law firms, gaming companies, and everything in between. This blog looks at the wide variety of industries and regions in which our solution is helping improve financial crime compliance screening across customer accounts, transactions and trade.
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23 July 2018 - Accuity Insights

Exploring new frontiers: how payment certainty propels businesses across borders

Conducting business internationally demands completing timely, accurate payments to local companies and understanding foreign regulations and payment processes. Many of the same organisations that wish to expand their global footprint struggle with cross-border payment challenges.
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27 June 2018 - Accuity Insights

Meeting anti-money laundering obligations in the Dominican Republic

The new compliance obligations placed on non-financial businesses are stringent, but help is at hand. Last summer, tens of thousands of people flooded onto the streets of Santo Domingo, dressed mostly in green. The Marcha Verde protests were a clear indication of the strength of public feeling about the Dominican Republic’s history of corruption in […]
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20 June 2018 - Accuity Insights

Asia’s complex compliance environment: who has the answers? 

Banks and non-banking financial institutions now need to ensure that they are on top of their compliance requirements – and able to demonstrate this to regulators. Asia’s diversity of geography, legal systems and cultures poses challenges for businesses operating intra-regionally and globally which are required to ensure their activities don’t enable money laundering and the many crimes it facilitates.
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7 May 2018 - Accuity Insights

The future of air cargo compliance screening

Recent news that a Maersk company carried arms components from North Korea to Egypt, in a violation of international sanctions, acts as a fresh warning for those facilitating global trade to be diligent in monitoring and reporting suspicious activity. The transportation of electrical components by a Maersk subsidiary, which had the potential to be used […]
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