Public data sources related to money laundering present a wide range of challenges. The data sources are fragmented, credibility and relevance are uncertain, and the universe of discovery is often unknown or difficult to ascertain.
Inherent challenges also exist with data collection. Data can be retrieved by pushing (email/alerts) or pulling (research). Pushing data inundates your inbox clouding important communications. Pulling is time consuming and inefficient with multiple clicks, memory-based navigation or instruction.
Data processing poses a unique set of challenges as well. Extracting meaningful information is tedious. Exploiting the data to facilitate critical decision-making can involve more email, links or attachments. Storing the data encompasses problems with infrastructure, cost, scale and accessibility.
We have built a process to collect, unify, and curate fragmented data. Our curated data and software offers customers efficiently accessible and more intelligent insights.
Our experts identify and collect data from vetted open sources based on key requirements and standards.
Our experts and data scientists further apply advanced analytic techniques to organize and create value amongst the data sets.
We leverage Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB, a globally distributed, multi-model database service.
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Our engineers integrate the data within a singular platform that provides for an eﬃcient and insightful user experience.
Introducing The 100 Series Money Laundering Data Pack
A Growing Collection of Curated Data Products, Built by Real Anti-Money Laundering Experts, and Tailored for Thoughtful Operators and Decision Makers.
Unique credible sources identified and vetted.
Unique documents researched and collected.
Data sets curated and created.
Unique Data Products
Data Product 101
Global Money Laundering Trends
101 includes two distinct curated datasets on money laundering trends sourced from authorities such as FATF, UNODC, and Basel. The second dataset relies on the FFIEC red flags and derives tactics, techniques, and procedures from DOJ press releases.
Data Product 102
Global Money Laundering Laws and Regulations
102 is a curated collection of global money laundering laws and regulations leveraging data from hundreds of sources considered to be primary authorities.
Data Product 103
US Regulatory Guidance (FinCEN)
The 103 dataset is a curated collection of Advisories, Guidance, 311 Special Measures and Administrative Rulings published by FinCEN.
The insights derived from this dataset are useful to ongoing consideration and implementation into programmatic and operational areas of an AML program. Additionally, the insights can facilitate the development of policies, procedures, risk assessments, reporting and training.
Data Product 104
US Money Laundering Enforcement Actions
This dataset is a curated collection of enforcement actions issued by FinCEN since inception.
The practical utility of the insights derived from this data set are useful for training, board and oversight reporting, and for ongoing consideration as well as in program areas including risk assessment analysis.
Data Product 105
US Money Laundering Risk Index
Access a unique data set and tool to simplify understanding geographic risk associated with HIDTA, HIFCA and GTO designations.
The practical utility of 105 is diverse ranging from day-to-day use in investigations and due diligence activities as well as for board and oversight reporting, to facilitate policy analysis and drafting, developing transaction monitoring strategies and performing risk assessments.
Data Product 106
Global Money Laundering Risk Index
Access country-specific, curated risk intelligence across the globe. 106 leverages resources from hundreds of unique sources to compile a thorough assessment of global money laundering risk. Methodology includes consideration of corruption, drugs, money laundering, governance, terrorism, trafficking and more.
The practical utility of 106 is diverse ranging from day-to-day use in investigations and due diligence activities as well as for developing global AML programs, board and oversight reporting. Further, 106 can facilitate policy analysis and drafting, developing transaction monitoring strategies and performing risk assessments.