26 May 2021

New Research: The Future of Transaction Monitoring

New research commissioned by the SWIFT Institute analyses the current financial transaction-monitoring model, and suggests opportunities for the future.

Authored by Matthew R. Redhead, Associate Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), the report analyses the scale of investment in transaction monitoring, the balance between costs and benefits and the overall effectiveness of the suspicious transaction-reporting regime.

It explores industry initiatives for innovation and reform and provides a set of recommendations to both address existing pain points and to provide potential alternatives and a glance to the future towards the prospect of systemic monitoring.

Visit our research page here to download a brief summary of the research or the full paper.


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