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September 06, 2013

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Jonathan Charley

It should be little surprise that big data Analytics should be focused on AML particularly given the size of the fines handed out to the banks. Whilst it is easy to market big data Analytics on marketing and increasing cross selling the reality is that Analytics needs to penetrate everywhere in every function in banks and become part of the DNA of a well run bank.

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