Accelerate your customer onboarding experience.
Financial institutions are pressured daily to comply with FinCEN’s CDD Final Rule. This is due to the inflexibilities of their legacy systems and the time-consuming part of going back and forth with their vendor to make any changes. With new government regulations, new FinCEN guidance, new internal audit findings, and new bank product risk constantly emerging, changes that occur in the AML application need to be flexible and fast.
Built from the ground up, Guardian Analytics AML Evidence Lake™ Customer Due Diligence is designed to solve this limitation for financial institutions.
AML Evidence Lake™ CDD Features
Test and validate customizable risk factors at any given time
AML Evidence Lake™ CDD Benefits
Easy to Use and Customizable KYC
Our KYC form is fully customizable, dynamic, and intuitive to reduce form entry time. The KYC form is stored in the Evidence Lake KYC repository which ensures the KYC information is retained for as long as requested.
Real-time Customer Risk Onboarding Monitoring
All prospects being onboarded will automatically be risk rated in real-time as part of the customer onboarding monitoring process. A real-time alert is generated if the risk is deemed high allowing for same-day customer onboarding and better customer satisfaction.
Configurable Risk Factors and Validation
All risk factors are fully configurable in a quick two-step process, allowing for quick threshold adjustments to satisfy regulatory or audit findings. All changes can be validated in a before-after report, showing how many more high-risk alerts would be generated, to give you a peace of mind on the business impact of the change.
Relationship Investigation with Multi-channel Link Analysis
With one click, identify all beneficial owners, ultimate beneficial owners (“UBO”), controlling parties, and ownership percentages related to your subject. In addition, the Multi-channel Link Analysis also reveals signers, transactions, and other metadata related to each person/entity in the graph.