Explore the combined strength of LexisNexis® Risk Solutions and Accuity
Explore the combined strength of LexisNexis® Risk Solutions and Accuity

Learn how we’re expanding upon our commitment to deliver comprehensive compliance risk and payments solutions So much of our customers’ business success and brand reputation strength centers around expectations of effortless transactions. In the reality of day-to-day operations, delivering a …

The Corporate Transparency Act and Beneficial Ownership Requirements
The Corporate Transparency Act and Beneficial Ownership Requirements

Anonymous corporate structures designed to move and hide illicit wealth have long plagued the fight against money-laundering and counter-terrorist financing. Under the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), enacted in 1970, financial institutions are required to report certain transaction activities and subjects …

AML Trends
Lean Into Accelerated Digital Transformation While Reducing Risk

The COVID-19 pandemic rapidly accelerated digital transformation efforts for most organizations. The trend that began as a forced necessity at the emergence of the pandemic has evolved into an enduring market reality that is here to stay for 2021 and …

AML Act of 2020
Areas to Focus on as the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 Takes Shape

The recently passed Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 (AMLA)1 represents the most significant reform to U.S. anti-money laundering (AML) laws since the USA PATRIOT Act.   As the AMLA takes final shape, it is already clear the new law will have …

No More AML Exemptions for Credit Unions and Specialized Banks
No More AML Exemptions for Credit Unions and Specialized Banks

The U.S. Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) pulled back the AML compliance exemption for certain financial institutions in late 2020. Under the November 16, 2020 rule, titled Customer Identification Programs Anti-Money Laundering Programs for Banks Lacking a Federal …

Leslie Bailey Financial Crime Compliance Cape-less Crusader
Leslie Bailey’s Mission Is to Stay One-Step Ahead of Money Launderers

As part of our ongoing series on our heroes of financial crime compliance, we meet Leslie Bailey, Vice President of Financial Crime Compliance strategy. Leslie, a self-proclaimed eternal optimist, embraces her position as a member of the LexisNexis Risk Solutions …

Daniel Wager’s Fascinating Career Fighting Financial Crime

We feature capeless-crusader Daniel Wager, Vice President, Global Financial Crime Compliance Strategy in this third issue of our “Who We Are” series. Daniel has an esteemed career fighting the money-laundering activities of notorious criminals such as Manuel Noriega and in …

Cape-less Crusaders
Getting to Know Daniel Polar, Ardent Defender of Financial Crime Compliance

Welcome to the second installment of our “Who We Are” series of interviews with the “cape-less crusaders” who arduously fight financial crime. This week we chat with Daniel Polar, Director, Financial Crime Compliance Consultants, here at LexisNexis® Risk Solutions. Dan …

Online payments friction
Will Online Friction Throw a Wrench in Holiday Shopping?

Ending Friction in the Online Experience As a result of the 2020 pandemic many consumers have turned to online shopping for everything from purchasing groceries and household staples to buying a car from another private party. As a result, alternative …

Leverage Dynamic Risk Insights to Enhance Your Sanctions Strategy

In the last five years, banks have paid out over $11.5 billion in sanctions penalties.1 With global governments increasing the frequency that they utilize targeted economic sanctions, many financial institutions are struggling. The relentless regulatory environment is draining focus and …