Setting the standard in financial crime compliance
SWIFT’s comprehensive suite of financial crime compliance services covers sanctions, KYC and compliance analytics, helping you set the standard in transparency, regulatory compliance and operational insight.
Financial crime compliance critical to every institution operating in today’s increasingly regulated financial markets.
We can help you navigate through the financial crime compliance maze and provide you with the tools you need to tackle the challenges and opportunities head-on. Our proven solutions in the compliance space address industry-wide challenges – in close collaboration with you, our customers.
Financial crime compliance services at a glance
Optimise sanctions compliance with pinpoint precision using our modular set of screening, testing and list services.
Establish and strengthen correspondent banking relationships using our secure, shared platform to exchange standardised and validated KYC data.
Use our unique data and world-class analytics to address compliance and fraud risk, keeping your business on the right track.
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Benefit from SWIFT's financial
crime compliance services
Improve payments data quality for better sanctions screening and AML monitoring.
Reduce reliance on time-consuming, inefficient and potentially risky manual processes.
Standardise compliance processes without installing expensive hardware or software.
Rely on SWIFT-hosted solutions for the highest levels of security and data privacy.
Leverage your global SWIFT data for unique insights and better-targeted compliance activities.
Industry standard utility services built with the SWIFT community, for the SWIFT community.
Ease of Use
Easy-to-use tools with intuitive workflows, flexible setup options and rich functionalities.
Modular cloud technology enables seamless addition of new services and upgrades.
The compliance stream at Sibos 2017
Sibos is the premier annual event for the financial services community, organised by SWIFT.
The compliance stream will look at developments in financial crime compliance and how banks are responding. Can RegTech transform AML in the same way that FinTech has reshaped payments and investment management? Could automation, AI and outsourcing provide cost relief in sanctions compliance? And in an industry where safeguards at one institution can be undermined by weak security at another, is it time to include cyber exposure as a core element of risk controls?
Take part in interactive panel debates with leading industry figures, where you can share ideas and help to create solutions that address financial crime and changing regulation.