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Challenges & Change in the COVID-19 Crisis

From remote work to surging first-time online banking users, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a widespread impact on customer behavior and compelled institutions to adopt new business-as-usual processes. However, these...

  Blog

Impact of COVID-19 Crisis on Financial Crime Management Programs

April 6, 2020 by Verafin

As COVID-19 continues to impact financial systems around the globe, early reports are emerging on how the pandemic is affecting financial crime management programs. Financial institutions should have processes...

  Blog

Defying the Digital Revolution: Conventional Check Fraud Continues to Challenge Financial Institutions

November 26, 2019 by Verafin

Despite the current prominence of digital banking channels, check fraud remains a popular means for criminals to exploit financial institutions and their customers. Fraudsters’ options in this vein are...

  Feature Sheet

Check Fraud & Check Kiting

Even with the rise in digital channels, criminals are still using stolen and counterfeit checks and kiting schemes to cause financial institutions extensive losses. In-clearing check schemes are a serious...

  Case Study

United Community Bank prepares for tomorrow and prevents more than $1M in fraud losses, today.

United Community Bank • Location: Blairsville, GA Assets: $12.9B • Core Banking System: Fiserv – Premier “In less than two months there’s been a clear return on our investment —...

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Financial Crime Management

The Verafin Financial Crime Management platform is a cross-institutional, cloud-based solution utilizing the latest advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning. Innovative analytics examine the complete, cross-channel picture of a...

  Feature Sheet

Fraud Detection & Management

Criminals are smarter than ever before and will use all available products and channels to exploit your financial institution. To successfully stop crime, you need a cross-channel approach to fraud...