Small banks have it hard: Rising operational costs, tighter earnings levels, the inability to benefit from economies of scale. These organizations spend five to ten times as much as big banks (as a percentage of assets) on Anti-Money Laundering requirements alone. Modernizing AML compliance can affect ROTE by 60-100 basis points. These technologies are available, but they remain out of reach.
Agile Compliance represents a new approach to AML: A blend of modern technologies (secure cloud, AI/ML, intelligent automation) and targeted processes to streamline processes, enhance efficiencies and ensure compliance. It’s closely aligned with regulatory guidelines that require financial institutions to identify risks in different areas, and is designed to perfectly manage the balance between innovation and safety & soundness.
Amberoon uses Agile Compliance to develop technologies that enhance AML, measure performance and manage operational risk. They’re built on a Regulatory System of Insight (RSOI) that uses each bank's systems of record, systems of automation and systems of engagement. Insights are delivered through forensic inquiry and predictive modeling. All offerings are provisioned in a hybrid cloud through a SaaS model.
Lucre AML is a modernized Anti-Money Laundering (AML) solution that uses agile compliance to closely align with a bank’s mandate of safety and soundness. With Lucre, governance drives the technology and not the other way around.
Statum KPI is a performance management solution that helps banks directly measure and manage their performance against peer banks. Unlike traditional operational analytics systems, Statum provides sharp insights into the future using agile risk analytics.
Amberoon develops agile financial technologies to help smaller banks measure, monitor, manage and mitigate operational risk from financial crimes, create efficient systems for compliance, and measure performance against peer institutions. Amberoon solutions leverage advances in Artificial Intelligence, data engineering and security in two critical functions: Agile Compliance, to offer deep regulatory insights; and Agile Risk Analytics, to support key operational decisions. Amberoon's cloud-based systems are designed to co-exist with existing systems.
Every financial services institution has unique risks, all based on its particular products, services, customers, entities and geographies
The business process should drive the technology—not the other way around, as is often the case
The optimal combination of human intelligence and machine learning leads to better risk management
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WASHINGTON – The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) today announced the selection of six teams to participate in a ‘tech sprint’ designed to explore new technologies and techniques to determine how well community banks, and the banking sector as a whole, can withstand a major disruption of any type.
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Last year, IBM designed an industry-first platform called the IBM Cloud for Financial Services™. This summer we introduced a partner ecosystem to support the platform.
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The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) today announced the selection of 14 technology companies to compete in the next phase of the agency’s Rapid Prototyping Competition, a tech sprint designed to develop an innovative new approach to financial reporting, particularly for community banks.