Opportunities and Challenges of New Technologies for AML/CFT

New technologies can improve the speed, quality and efficiency of measures to combat money laundering and terrorist financing. They can help financial institutions and supervisors, assess these risks in ways that are more accurate, timely and comprehensive. When implemented using a responsible and risk-based approach, new technologies and innovative products and services can also improve financial inclusion, bringing more people into the regulated financial system and thereby reinforcing the effectiveness of AML/CFT measures.

This report identifies emerging and available technology-based solutions. The report highlights the necessary conditions, policies and practices that need to be in place to successfully use these technologies to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of AML/CFT. The report also examines the obstacles that could stand in the way of successful implementation of new technology. 

https://www.fatf-gafi.org/media/fatf/documents/reports/Opportunities-Challenges-of-New-Technologies-for-AML-CFT.pdf

New technologies for AML/CFT refer to:

  1. innovative skills, methods, and processes that are used to achieve goals relating to the effective implementation of AMLCFT requirements or
  2. innovative ways to use established technology-based processes to comply with AML/CFT obligation
  3. Read more in Suggested Action to Support New Technology for AML/CFT
  4. https://www.fatf-gafi.org/media/fatf/documents/reports/Suggested-actions-New-Technologies-AML-CFT.pdf

Opportunities and Challenges of New Technologies for AML/CFT – handout

https://www.fatf-gafi.org/media/fatf/documents/reports/opportunities-and-challenges-of-new-technologies-handout.pdf

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