Crypto compliance solutions and their place in a risk management framework

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It is increasingly clear that the blockchains on which bitcoin and other cryptoassets transactions are recorded are a valuable forensic tool that is being used more widely by law enforcement and the intelligence community to identify and disrupt illicit activities. This also opens up opportunities for traditional finance (TradFi) firms and cryptoasset providers to deploy more effective preventive, investigative and forensic capabilities in order to detect, deter and prevent financial crime. Capitalising on the intelligence that blockchains provide, an entire sector has sprung up to utilise this information, turning it into actionable data for law enforcement, regulators, compliance teams and investigators.

In our latest Thought Leadership piece, Manuel Fajardo sets out the key considerations when selecting a crypto compliance solution, and the role they play in an effective risk management framework.

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