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PaymentsJournal: Cryptocurrency is Better for Anti-Money Laundering than You Might Think

Author: Matt Van Buskirk, Co-CEO and CoFounder, Hummingbird Learn how technology can benefit AML compliance pros in their fight against financial crime in this article from the PaymentsJournal: Cryptocurrencies are a haven for fraud, money laundering, and all sorts of criminal activity —this has been a truism since the first days that cryptocurrencies became a topic of conversation in regulatory circles. This perceived risk carried through to compliance functions in banks across the country, w

July 20, 2021

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Best Practices

The Top Item for Your Anti-Money Laundering List: Clean Data

The Overwhelming Volume of Suspicious Activity Reports Makes One Thing Clear: Get Your Data Ready for RegTech There’s a vast disconnect between the bleeding edge of technology and the financial infrastructure on the ground. Most average Americans would be shocked by how much inefficiency remains in the typical financial organization. Not only are we still waiting for jet packs, we’re still waiting for a lot of basic automation. Fragmented data sources from legacy systems have been hobbling

July 06, 2021

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Setting up an AML Compliance Program Part V: Filing SARs

Filing SARs Doesn’t Have to Hurt! RegTech Can Automate Tedious Tasks, Reduce Costs, and Maybe Even Help Stop Crime Slight possibility you could help identify a crime ring? Okay, that does make regulatory compliance kind of exciting. Filing out long, complicated forms? Ah, not so much. We’ve been going fairly light in this series on explaining how Hummingbird’s anti-money laundering RegTech tools can help, but Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) filing has such a glaring need for automation that

June 16, 2021

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Compliance

Setting Up an AML Compliance Program Part II: Know Your Customer

We started this series by providing a framework for assessing the risks of money laundering that your financial institution faces. We recommend reading through that framework if you haven’t already. Once you have assessed your unique risks, you’ll want to work through each of the five pillars of a strong AML program: 1. Assess Risk 2. Know-Your-Customer (KYC) 3. Monitoring 4. Investigations 5. Reports This post focuses on the second: the Know Your Customer practice area. Thanks to

May 05, 2021

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Setting Up an Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Program? Part I: Start Here

Part I of Setting Up an AML Compliance Program. There’s a moment of reckoning when a company determines—even though it may not be a bank—that it needs to put an anti-money laundering (AML) compliance program into place. This situation arises when fintech startups and other non-bank financial institutions offer products and services that fall under Bank Secrecy Act / Anti-Money Laundering (BSA/AML) regulation. Or, often the case, when a regulated bank requires an AML compliance program from

April 08, 2021