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Opinion

26 March 2015

Making the decision to transform existing distributed, siloed approaches into an integrated, holistic financial crime prevention strategy is the easy part. Bringing together information from incompatible technologies, in various formats, can pose a significant technical challenge and, if not executed correctly, can potentially derail the effort.

Much as there are a handful of common pitfalls that can lead to failure or inefficiency in an institution’s financial crime prevention program, there are also a number of essential components that promote their success. These basic requirements are not strictly technological or process-oriented, but a blend of tools, tactics, and attitudes that create the ideal conditions for a program’s success.

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