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Financial institutions are finding it necessary to strengthen their anti-money laundering (AML) platforms to stem the tide of illicit financial transactions and meet new regulatory mandates. For enterprises with moderate to high risk exposures, this calls for a rigorous automated system based on dynamic risk assessment. This white paper discusses how SAS Anti-Money Laundering enables institutions to create an enterprisewide view of customer relationships and risks, monitor activity using multiple detection methods, adapt that monitoring as appropriate for each customer's risk classification, investigate and document suspicious cases, and produce required regulatory reports – all within an integrated solution built on award-winning SAS data management and analytic capabilities.
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