AML Transaction Monitoring
Reduce false positives and strengthen your compliance process.
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Be Instantly Aware of High-Risk Transactions
Sanction Scanner monitors customer transactions in real-time
to detect high-risk and suspicious transactions. If it detects a
suspicious transaction, it can stop the transaction and allow cases
to be recorded for investigation.
With its powerful API integration, you can easily integrate a Sanction Scanner into your project and detect your risks.
Reduce false positive
Reduce your control workload
Create Dynamic Rules and Scenarios
With the dynamic rule writing feature, you can create the most appropriate rules and scenarios without writing code. As a result,
you can reduce false positive alarms, focus on correct alarms, and reduce your control workload with your scenarios.
Quickly Respond to Suspicious Transactions with Real-Time Alarms
Don't wait until the end of the day to see alarms. With our real-time alarm system, you can see the alarms of the transactions determined according to your scenario and rule set and the alarm levels (1-5) of the transactions.
Powerful Case Management
and PEP Query
Fast & Seamless Integration with Ready Rules
Fast integration with our different ready-made rule sets compatible for each sector. You can also create different rule sets specific to your customer segments.
Test your Rules with Advanced Sandbox Test Environment
You can determine some criteria according to your customers' job, age, income, etc., and assign risk scores accordingly. You can define alarms such as low, medium, high, critical hence to those scores, or you can write Transaction Rules that depend on these Customer risks scores.
Peer Group Analysis
Through the Transaction Analysis feature, you can analyze the accounts that trade with each other. You can view the Account Name, Volume, and Balances and relation of each other of these accounts.
Dynamic Customer Risk Assesment and Scorecard
You can determine some criteria according to your customers' job, age, income, etc., and assign risk scores accordingly to these criteria. You can define alarms such as low, medium, high, critical accordingly to those scores or you can write Transaction Rules that depend on these Customer risks scores.