Oracle puts vast amounts of data at your fingertips so you can easily identify money launderers and comply with Customer Due Diligence (CDD) and Know Your Customer (KYC) regulations over the entire customer lifecycle.
Spend less time gathering data and more time analyzing it. Seamless API integrations with third-party data sources automatically collect the information you need.
Screen automatically. Automatically screen against sanctions lists, PEP watchlists, negative news, blogs, forums, and more.
Know the entire customer. In enterprise case management, investigators see a 360⁰ view of each entity and its associated risks.
Accurately assess customer risk. Algorithmic scoring models assign risk scores in real time. NLP briefings and assistants enable even faster decision-making.
Investigate intuitively. Inbuilt graph analytics visualizations enable advanced discovery and entity resolution.
Make decisions with confidence. Our transparent and explainable risk scoring models are fully documented for internal audit or regulator review.
Streamline onboarding processes. Workflows reduce the number of customer touchpoints while providing visibility of policies and procedures to teams.
Build a complete customer picture, fast. Gather additional information from third-party sources in less than a second.
Optimize investigator time and effort. Focus only on the riskiest cases by periodically de-risking low risk customers.
Oracle has been named a leader in the SPARK Matrix™: Know Your Customer (KYC) Solution, 2021 report.
Oracle anti–financial crime solutions have been awarded high distinction by Regulation Asia in the Know Your Customer (KYC) and onboarding solutions category.
Oracle has been recognized as a category leader for KYC solutions in the Chartis RiskTech Quadrants, 2020.
Our Know Your Customer (KYC) product allows financial institutions to meet regulatory requirements, improves overall customer relationships, and provides cost-effective measures to identify and prevent financial crimes.
Delivers advanced threat detection while minimizing false positives, helping to cost-effectively comply with increasingly complex domestic and international regulations.