Financial institutions continue to be confronted with a host of financial crimes risks and scandals, ranging from manipulations of LIBOR rates, to money laundering, cybercrimes, human trafficking, fraud, bribery and corruption, and market manipulation (to name a few).

At the same time, they are challenged with meeting compliance obligations in a more cost-effective and agile way. To address this, institutions should look to integrate their existing AML, sanctions, fraud surveillance, and anti-bribery and corruption compliance programs under a unified financial crimes umbrella.

This paper discusses some of the regulatory drivers that are encouraging an integrated approach, the benefits of structural integration, and a road map to embark on this journey.

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