Download Helpful AML Tools
Our AML Toolbox is created to support financial institutions in their fight against financial crimes. Over time, AML-ology will continue to add to this toolbox, but we welcome any feedback or suggestions so be sure to let us know what you think and what more you could use!
|Keywords for SAR Narratives||Do you want to make your SAR narratives more valuable to Law Enforcement? Law Enforcement searches narratives for these key terms, so be sure to use them when writing your narratives.||Please log in or register at any membership level to download.|
|AML Keyword List - Basic||Many institutions search their transactions against a “Key Word List” to enable them to detect suspicious activity. This list covers a variety of transaction types such as human trafficking, Internet Gambling, MSBs, virtual currency and a host of other areas. You can choose the key words from this list you want to input into your system to identify areas of risk concern for your institution.||Mentor Only|
|Fox Finds||Our AML TurboTalks mascot is a very clever fox. During our monthly AML TurboTalks our “Fox Finds” valuable tools to assist you in your responsibilities for managing AML compliance risk. These tools can explain unique or hot button topics to you, provide links to up-to-date information, or tools to help you in your investigation process. Use the categories below to find the tools most helpful to you!||Mentor and Academic Members Only|
|AML Aids||One of the benefits of our Mentor level of membership is our AML TurboTalks. Within the AML TurboTalks we cover a wide variety of topics and a ton of information (often over 250 slides per session) of all hot-off-the press AML news. With that in mind, we have amassed a number of AML aids, all publicly available, that can assist our AML-ology members. Since we believe in helping the community as a whole, we are going to extend this resource to all AML-ology members.||Members Only|
One of the benefits of our AML TurboTalks is the ability to ask anonymous questions of your peers. These polls are driven by our members and are a benefit to our members. If you’re trying to get an understanding from your peers, anonymously, on how they are handling a particular situation in their institution, this is the place to come! Use the categories below to narrow the topic you’re looking to learn more about.