Streamlined AML Reporting

Generate and file Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) and Suspicious Transaction Reports (STRs). Oracle's AML reporting solutions have automation and out-of-the-box templates to help you stay compliant with global anti-money laundering reporting guidelines and regulations.

Regulatory Reporting

Combat Constantly Evolving Financial Crime Patterns

Achieve regulatory reporting compliance

Achieve regulatory reporting compliance

Meet regulatory reporting requirements across key global jurisdictions with out-of-box AML and CFT reporting templates.

Ensure continuous conformity with regulatory and tax compliance reporting needs through periodic updates.

Boost operational efficiency

Boost operational efficiency

Dramatically reduce time needed to prepare, review and finalize regulatory reports through automation and data extraction from monitoring and investigation systems.

Increase productivity through electronic file creation and acknowledgement of submission workflows.

Avoid filing errors, repeat filings, and regulatory fines with real-time inline validation of mandatory and conditional requirements.

Make better decisions

Make better decisions

Gain clear operational visibility into your compliance program's performance through business intelligence and analytical reporting.

Support investigations and management decisions with preconfigured and configurable dashboards and reports.

AML Reporting Products

Generate and file Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) and Suspicious Transaction Reports (STRs)

Reduce the cost of compliance by automating the data exchange between investigations and the reporting process.

  • Global coverage of regulatory reporting formats and requirements
  • Predefined information mapping between investigations and reporting
  • Ability to interact with any third-party software
  • Comprehensive workflow and audit functions ensure accuracy

Fully Manage Currency Transaction Reporting

Provides reports within a single, unified platform, enabling banks to manage the currency transaction reporting process and gain a 360-degree view of all daily cash activities.

  • Consolidate and streamline cash transaction processing and reporting
  • Assess cash activity, currency transaction reporting, and productivity
  • Real-time interfaces to teller systems for threshold and exemption checks
  • Automated generation of monetary instrument log

Comply with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA)

Minimize the impact to current architecture and operations with preconfigured FATCA account categorization, due diligence, and reporting capabilities.

  • Reduces lead time by leveraging existing on-boarding systems
  • Manages FATCA list and withholding list from a single repository
  • Extensible solution to support multiple jurisdictions
  • Provides continued support for changing regulations
  • Preconfigured account categorization rules and indicia checks

Address OECD Domestic Guidelines

Streamline the compliance process with a standardized financial crime and compliance application that uses global standards to capture all required data.

  • Leverage compliance best practices
  • Create a full regulatory reporting workflow
  • Generate bulk reports and approvals
  • Meet regulations with constant investment from Oracle

Business Intelligence and Analytical Reporting

Preconfigured reports and dashboards assist in the researching of issues and understanding of how well a financial crimes program is operating.

  • Comprehensive business catalog for risk and compliance analysis and reporting
  • Configurable analytics can be customized to meet business needs
  • Sophisticated ad hoc capabilities to develop custom analytics
  • Export capabilities to share information with peers and other lines of businesses
Learning Library

Explore Regulatory Reporting Insights and Resources

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Five Innovations for Better AML Analytics

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Navigating the Demands of Regulators While Controlling the Costs of AML Compliance

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