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Case study: Where is the risk in transaction monitoring?

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How to fight money laundering and comply with anti-money laundering legislation in a way that is both cost effective and precise? Many banks are struggling with this question. This paper presents a case study discussing the pros and cons of implementing a transaction monitoring system. Dexia Banque Internationale Luxembourg (Dexia BIL) chose ERASE (Efficient Risk Analysis System Enhancement), a monitoring solution provided by NetEconomy of the Netherlands. The paper examines why such a system is needed, what kind of objectives a system should meet, how to identify unusual and suspicious activity, and the potential problems that may be encountered.
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Keywords: Dexia Group; Money laundering; Suspicious transactions; Transaction monitoring

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2003-11-01

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