2021 was a dynamic year for fraud and financial crime, and the events that have emerged out of the quickly changing risk landscape continue to create new vulnerabilities for financial services organizations (FSOs).
Key fraud and AML trends of the past year have been particularly prevalent and are positioned to become an even greater threat for FSOs and their customers in 2022. With the new year upon us, we’re offering a closer exploration into the anticipated trends for 2022 and what FSOs can expect to face as they shape their long-term risk management efforts and technology investment priorities.
In this Insights Article, we cover:
• 4 pillars that defined fraud and AML in 2021
• Our 2022 forecast for FRAML
• How to prepare for, and prevent, these new threats