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NICE Actimize GenAI Solutions Cut Crime Investigation and SAR Filing Time

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NICE Actimize, a provider of financial crime, risk, and compliance solutions, has released generative AI solutions designed to reduce the time and manual effort traditionally required for financial crime investigations and compliance reporting. The company suggests the solutions offer up to a 50% decrease in investigation time and a 70% reduction in Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) filing time.

The solutions include X-Sight AI Assist and X-Sight AI Narrate, which automate and enhance the analysis and reporting of suspicious activities. Additionally, the company’s Xceed FraudDESK CoPilot, a GenAI chatbot, helps fraud analysts by handling the repetitive and labor-intensive aspects of alert triage and case management. These innovations aim to significantly increase operational efficiency in financial crime and compliance investigations.

“Generative AI is a powerful tool in fighting financial crime. Anti-money laundering, fraud, and market manipulation scenarios benefit from the cost and time savings that GenAI provides,” says Craig Costigan, CEO of NICE Actimize. “NICE Actimize’s use of GenAI services provides a huge step forward in helping financial institutions evolve financial crime and compliance programmes and address their growing costs.”

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