Anti-Money Laundering Advisory Services
Source: Ernst & Young
Governments and regulatory agencies have strict and unyielding expectations regarding the quality and completeness of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) programs within the financial services community. The rules cover many aspects of company functions and across the globe touch on nearly every sector of the financial services industry. Financial institutions are expected to design and implement effective AML compliance programs that address organizational needs, policies and procedures, transaction monitoring, independent testing of controls, filing of suspicious activity reports and ongoing training of employees. Technology plays an increasing role in addressing transaction monitoring, case management and reporting needs.