In spite of the high priority given to fraud, financial crime and security risks, traditional approaches to dealing with such risks are proving to be insufficient. Investigators aren’t getting the full picture of a customer and the issues – an investigator in the credit card investigations department might not realize there’s a case on that same person in another department. What’s the answer?
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