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Anti-Money Laundering programs rely on people to carry out investigations and maintain compliance. We examine how current training programs may be falling short and thereby setting AML professionals up for failure.
Booz Allen believes that key to enhancing the productivity, compliance, and investigative skills of AML analysts is training. But many AML training programs miss the mark as they focus solely on the “what” to look for rather than the “why” we are looking at all. Understanding the bigger picture about how AML investigations fit into the institution’s regulatory requirements and how investigations feed law enforcement’s efforts to track down criminals and terrorists will provide greater context to your AML staff.
Having this understanding empowers AML analysts with knowledge and motivation to improve their investigation quality, contribute to compliance, and focus their efforts on what the regulators and law enforcement are looking for.
“How do you find a needle in a haystack when you don’t understand what a needle looks like?”
In this latest insight, we explore the current state of AML training programs and how those programs may be lacking an important focus on understanding government regulatory and enforcement agencies.