Financial crime compliance in a real-time world

18 March 2019

Tony Wicks, Head of Financial Crime Compliance, writes in International Banker

In a recent article for International Banker, SWIFT’s Head of Financial Crime Compliance, Tony Wicks, discusses SWIFT’s evolving role in compliance.

Shaken up by waves of regulation and compliance requirements, financial crime obligations are more complex than ever.  SWIFT has responded by developing a broad portfolio of sanctions, KYC, AML and fraud prevention solutions.

Tony Wicks, Head of Financial Crime Compliance

"As banks adapt to meet the challenges of the global digital economy, robust compliance practices and fraud prevention programmes are an absolute must.  SWIFT’s proven solutions, developed in collaboration with our customers, address industry-wide challenges." - Tony Wicks, Head of Financial Crime Compliance

This article provides an insight into how these relevant, simple-to-use and hosted solutions allow banks to remain agile, keep systems and processes up to date, and be prepared for regulatory scrutiny.

As SWIFT transforms cross-border payments with gpi - increasing speed and volumes of payments -the piece also looks at how we can best address new financial crime challenges through common shared approaches.

Read the full article in International Banker

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