Simplify the process of conducting ML/TF risk assessments by replacing spreadsheets and shared folders with platforms and workflows. Arctic Intelligence AML solutions helps to guide businesses to compliance, from establishing a robust ML/TF assessment framework through to defendable, data-driven results prepared for your board and regulator.
Anti-Money Laundering – AML
Arctic Intelligence is a global RegTech firm that has developed enterprise risk assessment software enabling regulated businesses to better assess, document and manage their financial crime risks and prevent heinous crimes. Trusted by over 200 clients globally, Arctic Intelligence solutions are cost-effective and multi-jurisdictional allowing businesses to carry out their money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF) risk assessment and manage vulnerabilities consistently across their organisation.
Achieve operational excellence
- Risk assessments supported by a trusted methodology
- Develop an AML Compliance Policy
- Generate executive level reporting and analytics
- Central document repository with full history and audit trail
- Action and issue tracking
- Provide consistency across multiple entities or jurisdictions
- Ongoing notifications of regulatory changes
- Regular Country Risk Rating updates
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ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING SOLUTIONS
AML solutions tailored to your needs
We have technology to support start-ups or newly regulated businesses, who do not have an established AML program, and can benefit from an easy to follow, out of the box methodology.
This AML platform is an enterprise wide risk assessment anti-money laundering solution includes a digitised risk assessment workflow, program manual and board-level reporting and analytics.
Our technology can also support larger organisations with large numbers of assessment units, who may want to customise our base risk models or implement their own.
Arctic Intelligence provides an assurance and audit workflow solution that helps to assess the effectiveness of your AML program. By understanding how the program has been operationalised, it helps to determine whether the controls are proportionate and appropriate to the risks and vulnerabilities to the business.