The Compliance Question: How can you innovate your AML program?

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Jumio and EY

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AML continues to be an ever-increasing priority for regulators. Over $10 billion in fines for AML, KYC, sanctions and related violations were issued in 2020, which was the highest annual amount to date. Established financial institutions, which have been investing in their AML programs for decades, still struggle with compliance. Newer financial institutions, including fintechs and Virtual Asset Service Providers (VASPs), are forced to play catch-up as they are subject to the same laws as the largest global banks. These institutions are challenged with evolving global regulatory expectations, a global customer base easily deterred by burdensome AML requirements, and a competitive market that is rapidly expanding with new entries. Firms are striving to have a fully compliant model, while maintaining a competitive edge amid increased consumer and institutional interest. This session sheds light on how to accomplish this.

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