The global Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Solution Market size is expected to grow from USD 1.5 billion in 2019 to USD 3.6 billion by 2024, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 19.5% during the forecast period. Various factors such as an exponential rise in money laundering and terrorist financing activities and huge monetary losses, owing to such fraudulent activities are expected to drive the market. However, a lack of awareness among organizations about the importance of AML solutions and a lack of skilled AML professionals could restrain the market growth.
Know Your Customer systems technology segment to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period
The Know You Customer (KYC) technology refers to the process of verifying the identity of the users. Authentication plays a crucial role in the AML solution market. Financial institutions hold a high level of responsibility to prevent financial crime. These instituties establish KYC and AML policies, to on-board genuine customers, which helps to keep track of customer transactions. KYC systems help enterprises maintain the credibility of transactions/information by blocking unauthorized access to the information or identifying false inputs from its users. KYC is a fundamental practice to protect an organization from fraud and losses resulting from illegal funds and transactions. Due to increasing money laundering activities, organizations are deploying KYC systems to keep track of all the transactions.
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Managed services to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period
An increase in the number of customers demanding for managed services across the globe is expected to result in higher growth of AML services. Managed services include managing databases and collecting data. These services are outsourced to Managed Service Providers (MSP). Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) offer specialized security services to other companies whereas Managed Security Services (MSS) are available in many forms, such as pure system management, sophisticated fraud investigators, on-premises device monitoring and management services, and cloud services. Since these services require attention regularly, it becomes difficult for BFSI organizations to manage them along with their core business operations. Therefore, these companies are rapidly outsourcing their AML services to specialized service providers known as MSSPs.
Major vendors that offer AML solutions and services across the globe are FICO (US), NICE (Israel), BAE Systems (UK), SAS Institute (US), Experian (Ireland), LexisNexis (US), FIS Global (US), CaseWare (Canada), WorkFusion (US), Fiserv (US), ACI Worldwide (US), TransUnion (US), Oracle (US), Finacus Solutions (India), and Nelito Systems (India). These players have adopted various growth strategies, such as new product launches, partnerships, agreements, and collaborations, to enhance their presence in the global AML solution market. Partnerships, acquisitions, and new product launches have been the most widely adopted strategies by major players from 2017 to 2019, which has helped them innovate their offerings and broaden their customer base.
NICE (Israel) is acknowledged as one of the leading vendors in the AML solution market. To maintain its leading position, the company focuses on understanding the fast-changing needs of its clients and has adopted effective growth strategies to enhance its offerings and increase its market reach. For expanding its footprint, NICE Systems partnered with Jumio, a global leader in Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered identity verification. Jumio joined the X-Sight Marketplace of NICE, to assist financial services organizations evaluate new point solutions and to stay on top of the challenging regulatory and criminal environment. Various organic and inorganic growth strategies are helping AML solution vendors to stay ahead in the global AML market. In January 2019, NICE Actimize unveiled its IFM-X Integrated Fraud Management (IFM) platform that leverages automation and Machine Learning (ML) technologies to minimize fraud and money-laundering attacks and reduces the total cost of system implementation. In October 2018, BAE Systems and Mphasis partnered to protect organizations from evolving fraudulent activities by providing solutions which have capabilities in detecting fraud and money laundering activities.
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LexisNexis (US) is one of the leading providers of fraud detection, identity verification, AML software, and authentication solutions. LexisNexis also offers compliance management, data management, and investigation solutions to help customers make confident business decisions and protect their systems against money-laundering, fraud, and non-compliance. The company’s AML solution helps enterprises accelerate customers’ on-boarding process along with Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements by verification of the company’s customers with increased security to prevent frauds while providing a better customer experience. The company has implemented both organic and inorganic growth strategies to stay competitive in the AML solution market. The company is more focused on inorganic growth strategies to strengthen its position in the AML solution market. For instance, LexisNexis acquired ThreatMetrix to strengthen its product portfolio while improving profitability and customer experience. Moreover, the company partnered with various companies, such as QuadraMed, Spear, Epic Systems, Blockbid, Insurance Technologies, and BioCatch to enhance its product portfolio and expand its partner ecosystem. In January 2019, LexisNexis and QuadraMed, entered into a partnership to improve patient matching for QuadraMed’s Enterprise Master Patient Index (EMPI) software.
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