Achieve AML compliance with Jade ThirdEye
AML/CFT legislation impacts businesses across all sectors, whether large banks or local leasing companies. Regardless of size, everyone has a part to play in disrupting criminal activity and keeping our communities safe.
As the costs, risks, and regulations associated with achieving compliance continue to steadily increase, reporting entities in every sector require cost effective solutions that are the right fit for their particular risk profile and business environment.
AML/CFT legislation impacts businesses across all sectors, whether you're a large bank or a local leasing company.
Regardless of size, everyone has a part to play in disrupting criminal activity and keeping our communities safe.
As the costs, risks, and regulations associated with achieving compliance steadily increase, reporting entities in every sector require cost-effective AML compliance solutions that are the right fit for their particular risk profile and business environment.
Reporting entities from a wide variety of sectors use Jade ThirdEye to meet their compliance obligations with higher confidence and lower costs. This is possible because our solution is purpose-built to automate key components of your AML programme. And it's flexible.
Jade ThirdEye empowers organisations in all sectors, of any size, to easily configure the system to match their particular customer risk profile and keep the total cost of ownership low.
Automated detection of suspicious transactions and submission of regulatory reports, streamlining the entire process and saving valuable time so you can meet your reporting obligations.
Regardless of your sector, and whether you process hundreds or millions of transactions a year, see how Jade ThirdEye can make it easy to meet your compliance obligations.
Banks, Building Societies, and Credit Unions must balance their desire for exceptional customer experiences with increasing regulatory compliance requirements for AML.
Reporting entities in the lending and mortgage sector that are subject to AML/CFT legislation have seen an increase in scrutiny and requirements to prove compliance.
The world of payments, money exchange, and remittance providers has evolved quickly, and this comes with increased scrutiny and AML compliance obligations.
Casinos and Gaming entities are particularly vulnerable to money laundering and fraudulent activities, requiring a robust, flexible AML programme.
Investment firms, wealth, and funds management companies all face complex challenges when trying to meet their AML/CFT compliance obligations.