The Intersection of Fraud, Compliance, and Credit Risk: A Global Perspective

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The Intersection of Fraud, Compliance, and Credit Risk: A Global Perspective

Integrating fraud, compliance, and credit risk is a desirable but elusive goal.

David Mattei
Strategic Advisor

Boston, August 2, 2022 – Financial institutions are continuously pulled in multiple directions. They must defend against fraudsters’ continued attacks, meet regulators’ compliance requirements, and manage credit risk to meet their own profitability goals. Could fraud, compliance, and credit risk teams collaborate or integrate data and tools to overcome these challenges?

This Impact Report looks at how FIs manage fraud, compliance, and credit risk areas, concentrating on organizational structures, tools, data, and the use of machine learning models. It focuses on new account opening and account logins via the digital channel, and on financial transaction fraud. To form the basis of this report, Aite-Novarica Group, sponsored by Experian, conducted qualitative interviews with 12 financial services firms in the U.S., the U.K., and Brazil in February and March 2022. Survey respondents are senior and executive-level managers who influence or make decisions on the organizational structure and solutions used in one or more of these three areas.

This 26-page Impact Report contains two figures and nine tables. Clients of Aite-Novarica Group’s Fraud & AML service can download this report and the corresponding charts.

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This report mentions BAE Systems, Chainalysis, ComplyAdvantage, Featurespace, FICO, IDC, Jumio, National Hunter, NICE Actimize, Onfido, SAS, and Shield.

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