NICE Actimize Recognized for Best Anti-Money Laundering Solution by Regulation Asia Excellence Awards

HOBOKEN, NJ–(BUSINESS WIRE)–PLEASANT Actimize, a NICE company (Nasdaq: NICE), was recently recognized by the Regulation Asia Awards for Excellence 2021 with its “Best Solution in AML/CTF Compliance” award in its “Best Solutions – Financial Crime Compliance” category. The Regulation Asia Awards Program recognizes excellence in companies that help ensure the highest compliance standards are met in the financial industry and that have shaped the regulatory landscape in the Asia-Pacific region.

Regulation Asia’s “Best Solution” category recognizes solutions that financial institutions leverage to meet regulatory requirements and remain compliant in areas related to financial crime compliance. The AML/CTF (Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing) award was given to the best solution “that helps financial businesses comply with local, regional and global anti-money laundering and terrorist financing, leveraging data analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning – covering all aspects of financial crime compliance.

“Current regulations continue to create constant change for financial services organizations, increasing the importance of effective compliance oversight,” said Bradley Maclean, Co-Founder, Regulation Asia. “For the third consecutive year, our panel of industry experts recognized the innovations offered by NICE Actimize, this time citing the advances offered by its anti-money laundering solutions, its continued commitment to the Asia-Pacific region and its use of advanced technologies to enhance its portfolio of financial crime compliance solutions.This award also recognizes NICE Actimize’s continued commitment to adapting to rapidly changing regulatory requirements.

“We continue our engagement in the Asia-Pacific region and thank Regulation Asia’s panel of experts for recognizing our innovation in anti-money laundering solutions,” said Craig Costigan, CEO, NICE Actimize. “NICE Actimize anti-money laundering solutions are a clear leader when it comes to solving today’s increasingly complex challenges. We continue to support our customers as they meet increasing regulatory requirements and the need for increased operational efficiency. »

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