Structuring – You’re Probably Not Getting It Right

Structuring. That old thing? Yeah, that. Some may have stopped at the title. But if you are a community bank or credit union – you are plagued day-to-day with structuring activity and alerts. Cash is still king in smaller institutions. The chances of your analysts viewing this incorrectly – and dispositioning alerts incorrectly – is […]

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Rules-Based Monitoring, Alert to SAR Ratios, and False Positive Rates – Are We Having The Right Conversations?

There is a lot of conversation in the industry about the inefficiencies of “traditional” rules-based monitoring systems, Alert-to-SAR ratios, and the problem of high false positive rates. Let me add to that conversation by throwing out what could be some controversial observations and suggestions… Current Rules-Based Transaction Monitoring Systems – are they really that inefficient? […]

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Flipping the Three AML Ratios with Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (why Bartenders and AML Analysts will survive the AI Apocalypse)

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence proponents are convinced – and spend a lot of time trying to convince others – that they will disrupt and revolutionize the current “broken” AML (anti-money laundering) regime. Among other targets within this broken regime is AML alert generation and disposition and reducing the false positive rate. The result, if […]

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