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Transaction monitoring may be ripe for automation, but no machine will beat the client “smell test”

Anti-money laundering (AML) officers at Asia’s private banks are warming to prospects of greater automation in their daily workflow, but remain wary of widespread adoption, according to a survey of 24 AML and compliance officers in Hong Kong and Singapore by Asian Private Banker. Transaction monitoring, as the term implies, involves sifting through client transactions to detect abnormal activities, or…

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