Global Watchlist Vendors: An Evolving Landscape

Technology advances in watchlist filtering can help regulated entities meet expectations effectively and efficiently.

Boston, January 30, 2020 – Escalating fines, growing regulatory expectations, increasing reputational risk, the dynamic global sanctions ecosystem, and legacy watchlist screening processes that result in disappointing customer experiences make watchlist compliance a pressing concern for financial services providers. These institutions cannot afford to get this wrong, and as organizations rethink how to transform and elevate their current approach to sanctions compliance, the door is open for watchlist filtering solution providers that can deliver smarter, faster, and more economical screening.

This Impact Report explores the key trends in the watchlist filtering market and examines the ways in which evolving technology addresses market needs and challenges. It is based on requests for information that Aite Group sent to leading vendors in the watchlist market as well as 2019 Aite Group interviews of 24 vendors and over 40 executives responsible for watchlist compliance at financial institutions across five continents.

This 41-page Impact Report contains 11 figures and 15 tables. Clients of Aite Group’s Fraud & AML service can download this report, the corresponding charts, and the Executive Impact Deck.

This report mentions Abrigo, Accenture, Accuity, ACI Worldwide, Arachnys, BAE Systems, Bureau van Dijk, Capco, Capgemini, CGI Group, Computer Services Inc., Deloitte, Dow Jones, Equifax, Ernst & Young, FICO, Finacle, FinScan, Fiserv, GB Group, HCL, IdentityMind Global, Inform GmbH, KPMG, LexisNexis Risk Solutions, NICE Actimize, Oracle, Pelican, Pitney Bowes, Promontory, PwC, Quantiply, Refinitiv, Regulatory Data Corporation, SAS, Socure, SWIFT, and Wolters Kluwer.

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