Building sustainable efficiencies: Leveraging anti-money laundering investments

March 2008
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Building sustainable efficiencies: Leveraging anti-money laundering investments

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This article discusses how banks and other financial institutions can reframe anti-money laundering (AML) by championing the effective transfer of knowledge through energized approaches to their people, processes and philosophies.

Financial institutions are discovering that AML solutions should be broadly leveraged and positioned as an integral part of the institutional business control culture. Financial services providers can succeed in this integration and achieve greater economy and efficiency by viewing their AML solutions not as one-time expenditures, but as first steps in developing an ongoing response to money laundering.

Banks and other financial institutions can reframe AML by championing the effective transfer of knowledge through energized approaches to their people, processes and philosophies. By shifting the perception of AML programs from reactive, problem-solving cases to proactive, enterprisewide solutions, financial institutions can reposition AML strategies as universal models for efficiency, consistency and responsibility.