Financial Crime and Forensics
As financial crime reaches new levels of sophistication, firms are seeking a balance between efficiency and effectiveness to disrupt it.
We have a large, globally co-ordinated financial crime and forensics capability and have invested heavily in the power of advanced analytics to fight financial crime, so we can help you protect your business, your customers and your shareholders. We work with you to transform your control environments, and use innovative approaches to improve effectiveness and efficiency, and meet regulatory expectations.
EY Financial Crime and Forensics services
EY can help you effectively manage complex risks around money laundering, sanctions, bribery and corruption, fraud and market abuse. We work with colleagues across EY member firms to help you harness digital and cloud opportunities, and manage information security and data protection requirements.
EY brings together business and technology innovation in flexible new offerings
- Specialism in cyber, cloud, robotics, and AI
- Innovation as-a-service
- Strategic global alliances
- Customer, data, and strategy agendas
- On-shore, off-shore and near-shore
- India, Philippines, Malaysia, UK, US and Poland
- 20,000 service delivery personnel
- 18 supported languages.
- Domain expertise
- Industry specific solutions
- Secure platforms
- Industrial scale
- Software, data, platform and infrastructure as-a-service offerings.
- Cloud-based business solutions
- Managed services delivered through EY technology-enabled service delivery centers
- EY people working in client locations using client technology platforms
- Traditional people and methodology based services.
EY combines the smart use of technology and industry collaboration to drive innovation. We collaborate with financial institutions, technology providers, regulators, data providers and other industry bodies. We are proud to support a range of leading-edge cross-industry research and initiatives such as the RUSI Financial Crime 2.0 research programme, the Future of Financial Intelligence Sharing, and to have hosted the first international AML TechSprint which involved over 260 participants from 105 firms spanning 16 countries and a host of international regulators.
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