Anti-Money Laundering (AML) measures are designed to help FIs become better informed and well-prepared to prevent the laundering of illicit funds. AML is continuously evolving and considered high priority, especially with the rise of crypto and other blockchain-based digital assets.
The constantly tightening regulatory requirements affect all areas of a financial institution. A professional analysis and structured support of regulatory changes form the basis for the successful implementation of these projects.
FIDLEG is the Swiss answer to MiFID II and defines Investor Protection rules for financial services companies. The implementation of FIDLEG has a considerable impact on processes and systems in the advisory and investment management of banks.
MiFID II increases the demands on financial service providers in order to enhance investor protection and transparency.