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Strengthening insurers against financial crime

Strengthening insurers against financial crime

Transform your financial crime operations to improve safety, stay compliant, harness your data and build a more efficient financial crime team.

Financial crime is evolving and becoming more complex – Are you leading the way?

Financial crime against insurers is morphing in shape and scale. Where criminals once focused on traditional policy fraud, increasing numbers now launder money through long-term investment schemes, use complex supply chains for corrupt purposes or are committing cyber terrorism.

Insurers are deploying financial crime risk management teams to combat these threats and meet the greater demands of regulators – meaning you need a more sophisticated framework around your financial crime controls.

KPMG’s Insurance Financial Crime Team brings together senior partners across Forensics and Data Analytics, with experience in consulting and industry, to deliver personalised solutions. We can help you:

  • Comply with enhanced regulations: Stay one step ahead of local and global compliance requirements through our financial crime health check
  • Strengthen risk management: Embed stronger controls covering AML, sanctions, ABC and fraud with our proven risk assessment frameworks
  • Optimise your team: Create a more efficient anti-financial crime operation across your people, processes, controls and technology via our best practices Target Operating Model
  • Make sense of your data: Use next generation artificial intelligence and data analytics to give your risk management function greater insights and self-learning capabilities.·       
  • Get on-the-ground support: We can help with your day-to-day financial crime compliance activities, including investigations, customer due-diligence and also provide technical and operational support on your internal audit reviews.


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