AML Analytics are world leaders in the testing and validation of sanction screening and transaction monitoring systems used by regulated financial institutions for protection against the risks associated with financial crime. We also test the sanction screening and transaction monitoring systems of crypto exchanges and virtual currency businesses.
Our innovative tests establish the effectiveness and the efficiency of sanction screening and transaction monitoring systems to help traditional and non-traditional financial institutions meet regulatory requirements, minimise exposure to financial crime risk and ensure robust detection systems are in place. We currently work with several of the largest banks in the world and we have tested many thousands of AML/CFT systems since our incorporation in 2010.
AML Analytics also assists regulators, supervisors and central banks around the globe with Thematic Reviews using our solutions to test and validate the AML/CFT systems of regulated entities, providing insight and understanding about prevalent and emerging risks in a market. To date, we have worked with over 20 different regulatory authorities around the world to test the AML/CFT systems of over 400 regulated entities.
AML Analytics is an established and trusted AML/CFT technology company with a team of talented professionals delivering unrivalled RegTech and SupTech solutions to our customers. Our progressive research is shaping the future of the anti-financial crime technology market through innovation.
AML Analytics now incorporates AMLC, our own specialist AML/CFT consulting division. Our AMLC experts work with companies, governments, regulatory authorities and VASPs around the world providing specialist strategic advice, practical guidance, technical expertise and cutting-edge technologies to help our customers mitigate the risks of exposure to money laundering and terrorist financing.
Increased scrutiny by regulators is driving a global increase in the number and value of anti-money laundering (AML) penalties issued to financial institutions. This is happening as money laundering worldwide is estimated to reach $4.5 trillion in 2020 (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime).
Financial institutions around the world are subsequently taking steps to mitigate the risk of receiving AML fines from regulators. They are preventing exposure to sanctioned parties and are testing the effectiveness and efficiency of AML systems with AML Analytics.