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Blog December 20, 2019 Carol Ann Thomas

Clarity KYC Professional

Free your team to focus on value and customer satisfaction, not spend time on error-prone manual processes or inefficient software programs. With Clarity KYC, you can improve customer satisfaction, accelerate onboarding, increase operational oversight and help meet regulatory requirements while reducing financial, reputational, legal and regulatory risk.
Resources December 19, 2019

Opus and the 5th Money Laundering Directive

Regulators around the world continue to raise the bar with heightened requirements to Know Your Customer (KYC) directives. The 5th Money Laundering Directive (5MLD), effective 10 January 2020, seeks to pre-emptively detect questionable financial activity that may have been hidden by previous KYC checks under 4MLD. It is of key importance that institutions fully understand [...]
Resources November 13, 2019

Data Solutions – New & Newsworthy

Read about… The Value of the LEI for Central Banks – a free report by Financial Stability Board on the progress of the Legal Entity Indentifier (LEI) meeting its goals. Knowledge graphs – the future of data management? How knowledge graphs can deliver contextual information to the users. Key Focus on Accounting Firms Consider data […]

Blog October 15, 2019 Amy Bai

A-Team’s Data Management Summit a hit!

Last Thursday Opus had the good fortune to attend the Data Management Summit in downtown NYC. The event features data management professionals discussing industry trends, innovation drivers and new product and services. Peter Jackson (no not that one) from Group Data Sciences got the show off on the right foot with an interesting talk on […]

Blog September 24, 2019 Steve Ortman

A shifting regulatory landscape, MRBs and the CDD Final rule – looking back at ACAMS New York

The following are my most compelling notes and observations from this year’s recent ACAMS NY AML Conference. After recently taking my CAMS certification exam, I felt I had a much greater understanding of the subject matter and session topics and so felt comfortable summing up my thoughts for you below.   Managing Sanctions Risks in […]

Blog July 12, 2019 Barbara Delaney

Global Risk Regulator – Firms turning to automation to keep pace with anti-money laundering rules

Since 2009, US and European authorities have levied $342bn in fines on banks for various regulatory infringements that include violations of anti-money laundering rules. This total amount is expected to exceed a staggering $400bn by the year 2020. By Kelvin Dickenson, president at Opus Read more…

Blog June 7, 2019 Kelvin Dickenson

Case studiesCleaning and maintaining vendor reference data

In this blog we will share two cases where Opus’s unique data capabilities are driving significant value at firms who previously had significant data management problems concerning vendor entity data accuracy, completeness and duplication involving hundreds of thousands of records. In addition, due to internal systems and processes, vendor entity data needed to be continuously maintained for accuracy and monitored for […]

Blog May 8, 2019 Kelvin Dickenson

So how was the show? A recap of this years ACAMS Annual Conference

I’m just settling back in after a recent road trip that included a stop in lovely Charlotte NC, my first visit to the beautiful Florida Keys, and that culminated at the ACAMS Annual Conference in sunny Hollywood, Florida.  When checking in  and speaking to my fellow participants, I found we all had the same burning […]

Blog May 7, 2019 Anne Witkowski

How Businesses Can Stay Safe as M&As Move Risk Around with Increasing Frequency

2018 was a year that broke records for its rate of corporate consolidations. In the first 9 months of 2018, mergers and acquisitions announced in the United States alone were worth more than $1.3 trillion. By December, deals were made worldwide worth $3.3 trillion, the highest number in the nearly forty years that records have […]

Blog April 30, 2019 Kelvin Dickenson