HSBC has rolled out a new anti-money laundering (AML) system and an automated sanctions checking system to detect and disrupt financial crime in international trade.

The systems are part of the bank’s ongoing efforts to improve financial crime detection and HSBC claims they represent an industry first, with a new customer surveillance system that uses big data, advanced analytics and automated ‘contextual monitoring’ to detect financial crimes.

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