Financial Crime is an ever-increasing blight on social cohesion and financial stability globally. Mitigating it is a challenge for all participants: law enforcement agencies, financial institutions, governments, and regulators globally; it is too big for any single participant to take on, everyone has a role to play. As gatekeepers, financial institutions have a key role in blocking criminal access to the financial system. However, the pace of criminal ingenuity, primarily led by technological advances, places an ever-increasing burden on them to evolve at pace to keep up. As a trusted partner, PwC supports clients to rapidly develop high quality and cost-effective operating models and tools that identify and mitigate financial crime risk as it evolves.
For financial institutions, increasingly complex anti-financial crime regulations are creating ever-expanding compliance structures and draining resources, time and attention, away from the core business. As financial systems work to become more secure, criminals are finding ever-more sophisticated ways to exploit them. In this environment caring sustained positive outcomes in financial crime compliance is a challenge. Financial institutions face increasing complexity in terms of their client base, systems and growing regulatory pressure
PwC partners with financial institutions to help protect the financial system from financial crime. With our industry knowledge, technological expertise and operational experience, we help our clients build trust in society by partnering with them to fulfil their regulatory obligations. We provide financial crime solutions using a Managed Services model built around cutting-edge technologies including data analytics, robotic process automation and artificial intelligence. PwC Managed Services is deeper than a traditional outsourcing relationship, providing complex, long-term solutions in areas that require human judgment and subject matter expertise.
We have invested in all aspects of our managed service offering: building scale in our global operations centres, upskilling our resources, developing our proprietary technology infrastructure. This capability is integrated into our broader financial crime advisory business, providing immediate access to our global network of financial crime subject matter experts with deep regulatory and industry expertise.
Partner, South East Asia Consulting Risk Leader, Singapore, PwC Singapore
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