Anti-Money Laundering Technology Services
Aggressive regulatory enforcement actions are putting industry financial services on notice that anti-money laundering (“AML”) compliance is a leading enforcement priority. This renewed focus, and the increasingly complex technology challenges associated with meeting the new requirements, are straining compliance programs, staff, and technology resources.
FTI Consulting is uniquely qualified to assist clients in the financial services industry with their AML compliance obligations, both reactively and proactively, and with investigations or inquiry into possible regulatory violations. FTI Consulting’s AML technology and large-scale data analysis expertise complements our investigative and National/Homeland Security expertise to help financial institutions develop compliance, detection, and risk management programs.
Anti-Money Laundering Technology Professionals
FTI Consulting professionals have worked extensively with major financial institutions regarding all aspects of AML investigations, remediation, transaction monitoring, and training. FTI Consulting’s anti-money laundering team has:
- Nationally recognized technical, forensic, and financial experts, equipped with state-of-the-art forensic and data mining tools with which to reconstruct events and unwind complicated transactions from incomplete information, large data sets, or corrupt data
- Recently led development of federal government terrorism financing and anti-money laundering policy and enforcement programs
- Led responses to complex financial fraud, embezzlement, and anti-money laundering investigations by the Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, Federal Reserve, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the New York State Banking Department, and other state bank regulatory agencies
- Private sector experience in design and management of anti-money laundering compliance programs
- Auditing, financial, statistical, and industry expertise to assist Audit Committees with corporate governance responsibilities, business leaders in transforming organizational structures and processes, and counsel in resolving criminal or civil investigations