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Financial Crime Prevention

Our Financial Crime Prevention Program identifies where you’re at risk of money laundering, fraud, bribery, terrorist funding, and corruption in your supply chain.
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Fight Supply Chain Financial Crime With AI

With the pandemic-led growth of e-commerce, digital payments, and cryptocurrencies, having an effective supply chain financial crime prevention program in place is crucial. Source Intelligence’s AI-powered platform gathers data and compliance documentation from your entire supply chain. Using global corruption index data in combination with sanctions data and your supplier data and documentation, areas of high risk are flagged for further action. Our 24/7 multilingual supplier engagement team supports your supply chain in providing them the guidance and education needed to comply with global anti-corruption laws.

Map Your Supply Chain
Gather Compliance Documents
Flag Areas of High Risk
Conduct Virtual Audits
24/7 Supplier Support

Comply With Global Anti-Corruption Laws

You could be unknowingly funding criminal activity because of a lack of transparency in your supply chain. Our program provides the data you need to identify financial crime and meet global anti-corruption requirements without manual work.

California SB-657
Foreign Corrupt Policies Act
ISO 37001 Standards
Anti-Bribery Laws
California SB-657
Foreign Corrupt Policies Act
ISO 37001 Standards
Anti-Bribery Laws

47%

Of companies have been targeted by financial crime in the past year.

$1.45

$1.45 trillion is lost annually to financial crime.

20%+

Of all financial crimes are conducted online, and this number is steadily growing.

47%

Of companies have been targeted by financial crime in the past year.

$1.45

$1.45 trillion is lost annually to financial crime.

20%+

Of all financial crimes are conducted online, and this number is steadily growing.

Financial Crime Could Point To Other Criminal Activity

90% of identified money launderers were connected with or involved in one other crime and 61% were involved in two or more. The Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a recent report showing that money laundering schemes have been linked to illicit gold imports from Peru and Venezuela. Unknowingly sourcing from the wrong suppliers could be putting your company at more risk than financial crime alone. Our solution is fully scalable to address many different types of criminal activity in your supply chain.
Be Proactive In Eliminating Financial Crime From Your Supply Chain.

Want to Learn More? Check Out Our Resources on Financial Crime Prevention.

Money Laundering In Your Supply Chain - Where You Could Be At Risk
Anti-Corruption Compliance Guidelines
Complying With Corruption & Bribery Regulations In US, EU, And Asia