This report details how compliance can take control and improve the quality of internal data used for screening to ensure successful AML compliance results.
There are countless ways data can become “bad” data. Whether it is due to siloed data sources across the enterprise, inflexible legacy systems that were not built to interact with modern day technology, lack of budget or resources to clean up years’ worth of inaccurate data entry, or simply human error, poor data quality is at the core of compliance screening problems that anti-money laundering (AML) professionals must deal with daily.
AML compliance departments are now able to control and improve the quality of their data used for screening. Download this report to learn how.