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Throughout our history, we've worked with institutions at the heart of the U.S. financial system, such as the Securities Exchange Commission and the IRS. We've served agencies combating domestic and international money laundering. We’ve protected the nation’s critical financial infrastructure, and have helped global financial institutions defend against a variety of adversaries.
And we bring a rich history of delivering strategic and technological solutions to financial services companies, including banks, hedge funds, insurance companies, and exchanges.
Thanks to key provisions of the Patriot Act, financial institutions are on the front lines of anti-money laundering efforts. It’s a tough burden, but one that Booz Allen is making easier with a new suite of products called riskCanvas. Read More
The Customer Due Diligence (CDD) Requirements for Financial Institutions released by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) last year will go into effect in 2018. Learn how Booz Allen’s riskCanvas™ software can help institutions prepare for these new regulations. Read More
AML programs rely on people to carry out investigations and maintain compliance. Booz Allen examines how current training programs may be falling short and thereby setting AML professionals up for failure. Read More
Predicting the major trends in anti-money laundering (AML) is more difficult in 2017 than in most years, largely due to the change of administration in Washington, DC. In this latest insight, see what we're predicting as the top five trends in AML for 2017. Read More