One of the world’s largest consulting and IT services firms, Capgemini, has underlined its interest in the growing global market for financial crime compliance (FCC) by acquiring a key division of New York based Exiger, a global regulatory and financial crime, risk, and compliance company.

The FCC division’s portfolio of clients is said to be “highly complementary” to Capgemini’s while the Paris-based consulting giant is clearly also interested in co-opting the Exiger division’s advisory board of ex-regulators.

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