Regulatory compliance comes with an expensive price tag when you get it wrong. Regulators can hand out hefty fines, shut down products, shutter companies, and even give prison sentences. Alloy arms you with the expertise and tools to understand your regulatory requirements and stay compliant.
Alloy helps you get compliant and stay compliant from onboarding and beyond.
Comply with cross-border Know Your Customer (KYC) regulations at onboarding while maintaining a safe and seamless experience for your customers.
Alloy’s platform connects banks and fintech companies to over 160 data sources in a single workstream, giving you a holistic view of each applicant, automating more identity decisions, and streamlining the manual review process.
Deploy out-of-the-box, tried and tested compliance rules based on industry best practices.
Simultaneously verify both the business entity and the beneficial owners through a single API call for instant business verification.
We help you comply with Know Your Business (KYB) regulations, in parallel with KYC, AML, and fraud checks on Ultimate Beneficial Owners (UBOs) and stakeholders to onboard business customers quickly, while mitigating risk.
Use industry best practices to detect financial crime with out-of-the-box rules and robust case management.
Our dashboard allows you to leverage our rules based on industry best practices and build custom rules and workflows to monitor your customers’ ongoing activity that can flag potentially suspicious behavior. We provide an activity history for all actions your customers take, allowing you to easily meet global anti-money laundering (AML) requirements and your local requirements, such as the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA).
Knowing who you do business with is more important than ever.
It can be exhausting to keep up with watchlists which can change daily. Stay on top of risky customers and comply with evolving regulatory expectations with ongoing sanctions screening. Set up recurring, automated checks against the most up-to-date watchlists.
Use Alloy’s flexible case management system to manage cases and investigations.
Alloy’s case management solution lets you investigate suspicious activity, collaborate with other team members, and complete regulatory filings — all from a single, intuitive interface. With flexible queues, automatic assignment capabilities, and customizable filters, cases can be quickly triaged to the appropriate fraud, AML, or risk function for review. Teams have direct insight into the entity’s full historical activity and are empowered to make informed decisions efficiently.
Automate the costly, manual processes associated with suspicious activity reporting and consolidate your AML motions within one tool.
Integrated reporting capabilities within Alloy’s case management system enable your teams to efficiently aggregate suspicious activity data and directly eFile with FinCEN within a single platform so you can meet your filing obligations with ease.
When Ramp launched in 2019, they prioritized KYB and KYC checks to avoid costly mistakes and comply with their partner bank's requirements. They enlisted Alloy to assist in managing their customer onboarding process, minimizing AML risk and fraud.
Jacob Wallenberg, Risk Operations at Ramp
We look at KYC/AML compliance regulations over the years, talk about three sectors to watch out for in the regulatory landscape and break down how Alloy fits into it all.
When implemented strategically, a comprehensive risk management solution can become a competitive advantage that enhances your customers’ experience and saves you time and resources. In this post, we’ll highlight why KYC and KYB are important and offer some recommendations on how you can make compliance a productive part of your business strategy.
You may not know your KYB from your KBA just yet, but don’t worry; we have your back. Here’s Alloy’s cheat sheet to common terms you’ll hear when focusing on AML compliance.