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Adverse Media Trends 2022

The regulatory technology (RegTech) space will continue to evolve in 2022, to keep pace with regulatory developments and customers’ increasingly demanding requirements. In terms of adverse media screening, there are numerous areas being explored that could dramatically improve the ability of automated systems to ingest, analyse and present adverse media findings. Our guide looks at what to demand as a standard in 2022 and what are some exciting areas of development:

1. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
2. Focus on effectiveness
3. The emergence of new risks and issues
4. Financial inclusion and elimination of bias
5. Expanding the scope of Adverse Media Screening


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This paper provides more technical detail on the benefits of AI Risk Profiles for adverse media screening, including experimental and trial results.

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This report gives an overview of the global regulatory landscape around negative news screening, looking at risks and opportunities, emerging regulatory trends and best practices.

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In the context of a fast-paced industry and constantly evolving threat landscape, the changing face of compliance means modern-day CCOs face a fresh set of challenges.

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This white paper explores the pressing technological needs of financial crime investigators within internal financial intelligence units (FIUs), by highlighting the unique opportunities and challenges they face.

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The regulatory technology (RegTech) space will continue to evolve in 2022, to keep pace with regulatory developments and customers’ increasingly demanding requirements.

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Ripjar’s Client Screening solution allows the continual screening of millions of clients against a million news providers and all known Sanctions and Watchlist entities in near real-time.

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Adverse media, or negative news as we used to call it, has become an important part of the anti-financial crime arsenal (AFC).

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Traditional approaches to client screening for risk have involved manual searching and limited batch processing of records to identify risks within adverse news, PEP and sanctions lists. In this white paper, we discuss Ripjar's next generation approach to client screening that uses artificial intelligence to continuously monitor all clients for risk in real time.

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