As providers of casino anti-money laundering (AML) software solutions our experts review important suspicious activity reporting guidance for casinos.
This article first provides a foundation for understanding OFAC and its mission to administer and enforce U.S. economic sanctions: what is the purpose of sanctions, how they come about, and OFAC’s Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List.
Read what is expected from the gaming and gambling industry and tips on how to meet compliance.
Read our tips on identifying and screening PEPs.
Politically exposed persons are officials who have a prominent public function, such as a political office or senior appointment.
The experts at Alessa discuss how different automated processes can strengthen anti-money laundering (AML) processes.
In order to combat financial crime, banks, MSBs, credit unions, fintechs, payment providers and other types of financial institutions are required to develop and put in place an Anti-Money Laundering (AML) compliance program.
Regulatory reporting is a big piece of AML compliance. Find out how to automate the creation and filing of these in order to avoid non-compliance, fines and penalties.
Here are some frequently asked questions about money laundering using information from various sources including FATF, FinCEN, FINRA and FINTRAC, as well as our experts from Alessa
Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) shows Canada is the top ranked country in the Americas. However, the bad news is the ranking has dropped.
In this white paper we review key areas that every financial institution should review to ensure that their sanctions screening software is working at its best.
Should rules-based testing be completely abandoned (or become their poor second cousin) in favor of artificial intelligence, predictive analytics and machine learning?
In this blog we explain why case reports are such an important tool for compliance teams and what are the sections of a good case report.
Learn how to assess and factor risk criteria such as regulatory, country, customer and services risks, strategies for increasing detection of real reportable activities and reducing false positives and time for investigations and more
There are a number of new and exciting enhancements to assist in investigations and get more out of the solution.
This white paper looks at how to monitor and screen individuals, entities and transactions as well as best practices to optimize the results in order to avoid penalties and fines.
A CFATF Report has found that the Cayman Islands has a significant threat from foreign fraud, evasion of foreign taxes by non-residents and drug trafficking.
What do AI, machine learning and other terms really mean and how are they used to improve counter-fraud and AML strategies?
This webinar will look at how an effective transaction monitoring process can identify unusual transactions for further investigation, reporting and more.
This webinar describes how our solution eliminates the burden of AML regulatory reporting by auto-populating and validating reports and much more.
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