Fraud Organizational Structures: Progressing Toward a Holistic Financial Crime Corporate Strategy

Financial crime is maturing as a corporate strategy.

Financial institutions are experimenting with novel approaches to structuring financial crime business units in line with corporate objectives. They are defining strategies and experimenting with how to align new and existing business units to enable economies of scale and demonstrate to the market and regulators that they take the issue of customer safety seriously and view it holistically.

This report examines the trends in changing organizational structures for managing financial crime across the industry and discusses the market forces behind them. Datos Insights surveyed 16 U.S. fraud executives in May and June 2023 to understand current and future trends in how FIs manage changes to the organizational structures of their fraud and financial crime units.

Clients of Datos Insights’ Fraud & AML service can download this report.

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