Find a better way to manage financial crime compliance
Remaining compliant with ever-changing financial crime regulation is challenging and expensive. We aim to help you deliver efficiently and effectively
Effective – and efficient. You have to be both.
Financial crime compliance is no easy task. You have to comply promptly and accurately with challenging regulatory requirements across multiple jurisdictions. You’re charged with detecting illicit activity wherever it occurs. But you also have to keep control of costs and deliver unparalleled customer service.
- Your sanctions filters must detect illicit transactions, without raising so many false-positives that day-to-day business is adversely affected.
- It’s necessary to analyse growing amounts of complex data across business lines, geographies and systems, thoroughly but efficiently.
- A lack of standardisation, plus changing requirements, makes cost control a difficult challenge.
Whether yours is a large institution transacting in multiple jurisdictions with thousands of counterparties, or a smaller institution with more limited resources, you face the same challenges.
Thankfully, now there’s a portfolio of innovative solutions, inspired by the SWIFT community, to help you meet these challenges and control the costs of financial crime compliance.
Compliance at Sibos
Address growing financial crime compliance challenges
- Be compliant – but also efficient
- Prevent the cost of compliance from spiralling
- Increase data and process standardisation
The challenges are constantly evolving. From focusing initially on correspondent banking activity, regulators are also turning their attention to trade finance, securities and corporate transactions, increasing the volume and complexity of the compliance task facing financial institutions.
You need standardised, enterprise-wide solutions to help you manage your compliance requirements and mitigate risks and costs. Our portfolio of financial crime compliance solutions is designed to meet your needs.
Know Your Customer solutions
The KYC Registry
Financial institutions are collaborating to reduce costs and improve the efficiency of maintaining KYC data. The KYC Registry offers a single source of quality information.
The SWIFT Traffic Profile
Independent, fact-based reports on your institution’s global payments activity to help you pinpoint compliance risks. A value-added service for users of The KYC Registry.
KYC Adverse Media
Monitor news coverage about your counterparties and support your Customer Due Diligence (CDD) with comprehensive, high-quality news and public information.
Ready-to-use and fast-to-deploy, our managed Sanctions Screening service is more cost-effective to operate than installed systems. It’s already used by hundreds of institutions worldwide.
Simple, cost-effective screening of names and databases against sanctions, PEP, and private lists.
Our automated service for filter testing and tuning gives you independent assurance that your filters are effective, efficient and aligned to your risk policies.
Sanctions List Distribution
Reinforce your sanctions operations with standardised content.
Sanctions List Monitor
This free service notifies you immediately by email of changes to specified sanctions lists. Standardised, easy-to-apply information helps you understand and prioritise critical updates.
Compliance Analytics – focus on what matters most
Group-level analysis of your institution’s correspondent banking traffic for financial crime risks. Pinpoints unusual behaviour and assists with AML, KYC and sanctions due diligence.
Payments Data Quality
Get a clear picture of originator and beneficiary information in your payment messages. Detailed reporting and analytics support compliance with FATF Recommendation 16.
Daily Validation Reports
Detect unusual payment flows with Daily Validation Reports.
Why choose SWIFT’s solutions for financial crime compliance?
- Our industry experience, security and reliability is unrivalled
- We provide unique insights and innovative solutions
- Shared solutions mean mutualised costs