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Oracle Leverages Cloud Technology to Offer AML Services to Smaller Banks

Oracle in June announced the roll-out of its Oracle Financial Services Anti Money Laundering (AML) Express Edition to small- and mid-sized banks: allowing smaller players to cost-effectively address evolving global AML regulations and guidelines, despite their smaller IT budgets and limited resources compared to global top-tier institutions.

AML Express provides unified platform to efficiently detect, investigate, and report suspected money laundering and terrorist financing activity to comply with evolving regulations and guidelines.

The platform uses new architecture principles to offer deployment either on premise or on cloud infrastructures, allowing firms to transition to their future states faster and at reduced implementation costs. It contains an in-built library of scenarios that detect the most common money laundering behaviours, coupled with in-built case management abilities that reduce the time and resources needed for scenario configuration and case investigation.

“The largest financial institutions in the world have been using Oracle Anti Money Laundering solutions for decades,” says Sonny Singh, senior vice president and general manager at Oracle Financial Services.

“Today, the same comprehensive financial crime technology is now accessible for small- and mid-sized financial institutions. Lowering the total cost of ownership without compromising on the core functional capabilities is an engineering breakthrough made possible with the use of modern, cloud-compatible architectures.”

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