Oracle has announced new cloud services to help mid-sized banks combat money laundering and outsmart financial crime.
Oracle Financial Crime and Compliance Management Cloud Service brings two decades of experience in fighting big bank financial crime to an easy-to-manage, cost-effective application suite designed for mid-sized banks. The solution powers the full anti-money laundering (AML) lifecycle, so institutions can streamline compliance activities and costs and quickly identify abnormal customer behavior to stop illicit activity.
Built on the highly secure, scalable Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), Oracle Financial Crime and Compliance Management Cloud Service’s Transaction Monitoring and Regulatory Reporting applications are available today. Know Your Customer (KYC) and Customer Screening capabilities are expected later this year.
“With criminals getting increasingly sophisticated, mid-sized banks struggle to keep pace with the complexity and cost of fighting financial crime,” said Sonny Singh, executive vice president and general manager, Oracle Financial Services. “We’re leveling the playing field by bringing the same modern crime detection and reporting capabilities afforded to larger institutions to mid-sized banks in a package that suits their unique requirements and cost structures.”
Fighting financial crime in the cloud
The application suite delivers the capabilities mid-sized banks need to help them stay compliant and safe, including:
• An extensive catalog of regulator-accepted AML scenarios developed over years of working with the largest, most complex banks.
• Built-in tools for custom scenario design, analysis, threshold simulation, and tuning.
• A centralized, 360-degree view of customers and events.
• Out-of-the-box regulatory reporting templates to help comply with requirements across key global jurisdictions.
• The ability to easily scale and configure to support new products.
Oracle Financial Crime and Compliance Management Cloud Service is available in North America and Western Europe, with additional regions to come.