Sigma's Guide to AML Investigations

As the world’s complexity increases, financial systems are changing rapidly, regulations are developing across the globe and financial crime typologies are evolving. This document gives an overview of some of the tools available to analysts conducting AML investigations, as well as touches upon some of the key variables that organizations need to take into account when mitigating risk.

To read the full white paper, please fill out the brief form below.

Are you ready to see what Sigma can do for you? Request your Demo Today!

Request a Demo

Related Resources:

New Research Study Suggests Poor AML Oversight of Shell Companies by Financial Industry

This week, the ICIJ reported on a new study by a group of renowned academics that revealed that, despite past [..]

Read More

New AML Requirements for Art and Antiquities Dealers

The AML Act of 2020 is placing new regulatory requirements on art and antiquities dealers with revisions to [..]

Read More

New FinCEN recommendations on environmental crimes

Last week, the U.S. Treasury Department’s anti-money laundering watchdog, the Financial Crimes Enforcement [..]

Read More
Sigma Loading