Financial Firms Struggle To Keep up with AML Demands August 13, 2008AML compliance is recognized as a vital issue by regulators and financial institutions alike. But there is also a constant evolution in compliance strategies and regulations, according to a new Aite Group report.
Holding the Spending LineJanuary 24, 2006Finding ways to control compliance costs has become a high priority for Wall Street CIOs as they realize that more IT dollars diverted toward compliance means fewer IT dollars devoted to clients' needs and company growth.
Harnessing DataSeptember 23, 2005Financial services firms know that timely and accurate data leads to better business decisions (and also keeps regulators happy).
Time For a Change June 28, 2005TD Waterhouse upgrades anti-money laundering efforts with a third-party solution from Mantas.
Cicada Wants to Know Your CustomerJune 23, 2005On an SIA show floor filled with acronyms, Cicada has chosen to focus on KYC. The financial services industry is being bombarded by regulatory requirements, and Cicada's new solution is aimed at helping securities firms "Know Your Customer."
Compliance NewsflashesJanuary 06, 2005Best Execution Industry Symposium Tackles RegNMS and Soft Dollar Reforms; Deloitte & Touche Names Anti-Money Laundering Authority
Analyzing AML Audits July 27, 2004After years of preparation, regulators are ready to see the fruits of Wall Street's hard work on anti-money laundering.
Case Study: Taking AML To The Next Level June 22, 2004Chicago-based Mesirow Financial doesn't rely on a single AML technology platform, it combines several different processes and technologies to meet its compliance obligations.
Taking AML to the Next Level June 21, 2004Investment-management firms are beginning to leverage AML technology for more than anti-money laundering.
IT Trends In U.S. SecuritiesJune 04, 2004Key trends revolve around the broad concepts of cost reduction, operational efficiency, and compliance and risk management.
Key Trends in U.S. Securities June 04, 2004Key IT trends within the U.S. securities industry currently revolve around the broad concepts of cost reduction, operational efficiency, and compliance and risk management.
Hanging Launderers Out to Dry February 12, 2004With the Patriot Act here to stay, Wall Street remains vigilant about hampering the efforts of money launderers.