AML Case Management
Faster, easier resolutions
Surfacing suspicious activity or entities is just the beginning of your AML compliance process. Reviewing, investigating, and determining if a transaction is a criminal activity is a critical part of financial crime due diligence.
A good AML case management solution helps you make the right decisions about suspicious activity. A great case management solution helps you do it faster and easier. It should also save you time, money, and resources. Advanced case management tools are the backbone of Alessa.
Intelligent Alert and Case Management Monitoring
Alessa uses decision learning to continuously refine and advance alert management, leading to better results and less false positives. Alert thresholds and parameters are configurable to your specific business needs.
Automated, Custom Workflows Scoring
Streamlined for powerful efficiency, with Alessa, your workflows are automated for fast, seamless case investigation, escalation and resolution. You can also design and structure workflows to work for your team’s specific needs.
Role-Based Team Collaboration
Getting the information to the right people on your team or across the organization is critical to successful case management in AML compliance. Alessa is built to make collaboration, communication and team-based processes easier.
Highly Configurable, Intuitive Dashboards
Alessa’s industry-leading visualization tools means you have greater insights into all compliance activity in your organization. You also have on-demand access to reports and information required for audits.
Granular Permission-Based Interaction
Permissions can be set for accessing, creating, or deleting resources. You can also define user and role access rights to platform features and resources down to the data point level.
A Typical Alert Journey in Alessa
- A suspicious transaction is detected in real-time and an alert is created
- The alert is assessed by your organizations’ triaging criteria and assigned to a compliance team member
- The transaction is reviewed and confirmed as suspicious, and an investigation begins
- If applicable, the alert can be escalated to a manager or other team members
- Compliance manager uncovers a second alert, that becomes grouped with this new alert and a case is created for reporting
- Within Alessa, a case is created and automatically filed to the regulatory body
- The CAMLO is immediately notified of this activity and their dashboard is updated
Alessa helped resolve this alert in less than 2 hours.
Streamline Your AML
A good case management solution helps you make the right decisions about suspicious activity. Alessa provides highly automated workflows to streamline investigations and ensure collaboration across the team and organization.
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Excellent tool for fraud prevention and risk management
I have worked with Alessa for years because of how useful it is to thoroughly analyze transactions and identify suspicious operations
– Jane Doe, Company ABC