The LexisNexis® True Cost of Financial Crime Compliance Study for India 2020 reflects the latest results from a comprehensive survey of banks and financial institutions. Our study delivers a current snapshot into what’s top of mind for many industry leaders and illustrates the biggest financial crime compliance costs and operations challenges facing financial services firms in India today.
The study delivers deeper perspective into how financial institutions in India are dealing with a complex set of compliance challenges in 2020 that include regional risk vulnerabilities to anti-money laundering
(AML) and terrorist financing, newly issued guidelines from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to regulate payment aggregators/payment gateways and additional increased regulatory oversight by RBI Reserve Bank of India (RBI) aimed at improving governance and assurance functions at supervised entities:
- 83% of Indian financial firms expect alert volumes to increase this year
- The median times to clear alerts for the following activities are:
- 70% of Indian financial firms feel financial crime compliance has a negative impact on productivity with a majority losing at least 100 or more hours of productivity per FTE annually due to compliance complexities
- 66% of Indian financial firms feel financial crime compliance has a negative impact on customer acquisition, and a majority of firms surveyed are now losing 5%+ of new customer opportunities due to refused accounts/walkouts during onboarding
Fully understanding the AML risks each customer and third-party may pose to your business across the entire lifecycle of the relationship is the centerpiece of a more risk-responsive financial crime compliance program. An effective financial crime compliance program enables your business to manage and mitigate these risks while maintaining a strong focus on core business goals.
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