CaseWare RCM’s partnership with CipherTrace allows our clients to close the compliance gap, easily comply with regulations like those put forth by FinCEN and automate reporting of suspicious activities related to virtual currencies.
TORONTO (PRWEB) September 29, 2020
CaseWare RCM, a provider of compliance and financial crime prevention solutions, is pleased to announce that it has partnered with CipherTrace to add cryptocurrency intelligence to its Alessa solution for more effective compliance to anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing (AML/CTF) regulations.
Alessa is an award-winning end-to-end AML compliance solution offering due diligence, sanctions and watch list screening, transaction monitoring, transaction screening, and automated regulatory reporting.
CipherTrace is a leader in cryptocurrency intelligence, with the most comprehensive tracing, risk scoring and threat detection—including more than 800 tokens and over 600 crypto exchanges and virtual assets businesses.
The addition of CipherTrace’s data to Alessa will allow financial institutions (FIs) to more effectively track the accounts associated with peer-to-peer crypto exchanges and smaller virtual currency kiosks, and cross-references the contact information of small virtual asset service providers (VASPs) with customer records to flag suspicious activities.
“Many financial institutions rely on inadequate ad-hoc systems and procedures that fail to identify up to 70 percent of the crypto exchanges in the market and up to 90 percent of related transactions flowing through their institution,” says Andrew Simpson, Chief Operating Officer at CaseWare RCM.
“CaseWare RCM’s partnership with CipherTrace allows our clients to close the compliance gap, easily comply with regulations like those put forth by FinCEN and automate reporting of suspicious activities related to virtual currencies.”
“The addition of this intelligence to Alessa will enable financial institutions to take an effective approach to virtual currencies by first having a comprehensive list of over 600 cryptocurrency exchanges in the market and go beyond the top 100 exchanges available in open source lists” says Dave Jevans, CEO of CipherTrace.
”This will give FIs the power to accurately determine if their institution is serving virtual asset businesses or if their customers are transacting in virtual asset-related payments, thereby effectively meeting their regulatory obligations from within a comprehensive end-to-end AML solution.”
The integration of the CipherTrace’s offering to Alessa’s core capabilities is yet another indication of CaseWare RCM’s commitment to provide the tools that financial institutions need to take a risk-based approach to their AML compliance program. Clients can choose which tools they need, depending on their customer, product and geographic risks.
To learn more about what Alessa can do for your organization, visit us at http://www.caseware.com/alessa/
About CaseWare RCM Inc.
CaseWare RCM Inc. is the maker of Alessa, a financial crime detection, prevention and management solution. With deployments in more than 20 countries in banking, insurance, fintech, gaming, manufacturing, retail and more, Alessa is the only platform organizations need to identify high-risk activities and stay ahead of compliance. To learn more about how Alessa can help your organization ensure compliance to regulations, detect complex fraud schemes, and prevent waste, abuse and misuse, visit us at http://www.caseware.com/alessa/.
CipherTrace, leading cryptocurrency intelligence company, protects financial institutions from crypto laundering risk and is helping to grow the crypto economy by making virtual assets trusted by governments and safe for mass adoption. CipherTrace delivers the world’s most comprehensive cryptocurrency intelligence to detect money laundering, inform law enforcement investigations, and enable regulatory supervision. CipherTrace founders are dedicated to protecting consumer privacy, while defending against illicit finance. Deep expertise in cybersecurity, eCrime, payments, banking, encryption, and virtual currencies form the foundation for CipherTrace's commercial offerings. For more information, visit http://www.CipherTrace.com or follow us on Twitter @CipherTrace.
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