As per ACFE’s last Report to the Nations, fraud is a staggering $ 4 trillion global problem – a size and scale astronomical enough for every bank to seriously rethink their entire fraud risk management approach. Let’s take a look at the top 5 implementable best practices that make for the foundation of a robust banking enterprise anti-fraud framework.
Chartis Research’s latest market update positions account-based enterprise fraud solution providers who have specialist capabilities in areas such as case management and libraries of anti-fraud analytics. The report positions enterprise fraud risk management solution vendors as ‘best of breed solutions’, ‘point solutions’, ‘enterprise solutions’ and ‘category leaders’ based on market potential and completeness of offering. Clari5 is positioned as a category leader for account-based enterprise fraud risk management.
Given the increasing variety and sophistication of fraud attempts, banks need a robust Enterprise Fraud Risk Management System to combat the menace. Here’s a helpful ready reckoner on the key must-haves for a superior EFRM system.
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Clari5 Positioned Category Leader for Account-based Enterprise Fraud Risk Management in Chartis Research Report on Financial Crime Risk Management Systems for Enterprise Fraud
As Chartis Research had highlighted in their previous iteration of this report, the landscape for enterprise fraud is increasingly dividing into 2 distinct areas: account-based fraud and payments-based fraud. The latest market update positions account-based enterprise fraud solution providers who have specialist capabilities in areas such as case management and libraries of anti-fraud analytics. Account-based