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Anti-money laundering systems spend outside the financial sector to reach $6.3 billion globally by 2028; driven by emerging regulation

20 mai 2024

A new study by Juniper Research found that the global spend on AML (Anti-money Laundering) systems from non-financial institutions will grow 170% over the next four years; rising from $2.3 billion in 2024.

This substantial growth will be driven by a tightening of regulatory requirements; necessitating areas such as legal and real estate sectors to adopt comprehensive AML systems to monitor and reduce potential fraud.

AML systems help companies prevent, detect, and report suspicious activity indicative of money laundering to facilitate faster and more accurate compliance and investigation.

Heightened Adverse Media Screening

The report anticipates an increased need for data monitoring solutions that utilise adverse media screening, which scans media for criminal activity and negative news, to combine multiple information sources beyond traditional outlets. Therefore, it recommends AML systems expand the capabilities of their adverse media screening systems to include blogs, social media, and search engine data. This will allow AML systems to gain a more holistic view of customer risk levels and improve threat-detection accuracy.

Dynamic Behaviour Monitoring

In order to better manage financial crime risk, AML solutions must be able to respond to dynamic changes in watchlists or adverse media, and analyse customers’ behaviour against established indicators of suspicious and non-suspicious activity.

Research author Daniel Bedford commented: “AML systems vendors must foster partnerships with an extensive range of data providers to allow for real-time updates from respected news sources and risk types. These collaborations will enable AML systems to more readily analyse behavioural attributes and assess risk.”


An extract from the new report, Global Anti-money Laundering Systems Market 2024-2028, is now available as a free download.

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