Global Anti-money Laundering Market By Component (Software and Services), By Deployment Type (On-premise and Cloud), By Product (Customer Identity Management, Compliance Management, Transaction Monitoring, and Currency Transaction Reporting), By End User (BFSI, Healthcare, Telecom & IT, Government, and Others), By Region, Industry Analysis and Forecast, 2020 - 2026
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The Global Anti-money Laundering Market size is expected to reach $3.7 billion by 2026, rising at a market growth of 18.3% CAGR during the forecast period. Anti-money laundering (AML) software is a solution, which allows banks and other financial institutions to monitor the behavior of the customer for alleged criminal financial activities with the help of automated processes. Several types of AML solutions like transaction monitoring, customer identity management, currency transaction reporting, and compliance management have been reflected under the market of anti-money laundering software. The increasing volume of worldwide transactions has driven the deployment of AML solutions in financial institutions, and banks.
Anti-money Laundering Market Size, By Product, 2020-2026
From the last few years, there is an increase in instances of money laundering that has become a big challenge for the sectors related to finance as well as financial institutions. Cybercriminals study organizations discover all the possibility that vulnerable to commit frauds and carry out ransomware attacks and they use to demand virtual currencies like Bitcoin, Ripple, and Ether. Virtual currencies are not issued or preserved by a central organization of the country, so it has become a target of money for laundering activities. Therefore, the rising number of cultured cyber-attacks have elevated the concerns of significant losses in many industries.
One of the key end-users of anti-money laundering software are banks who are ready to fight financial crimes by using cost-effective ML-based software solutions. This is obvious since retail banking is anticipated for exponential growth in the anti-money laundering software market. There is a rising demand for software systems to prevent financial crimes. Better R&D has steered the improvements in robotic process automation (RPA) workflows and ML-based analytical solutions.
Anti-money Laundering Market Share, By End User, 2019
The outbreak of COVID-19 has brought a revolution in the growth of digital technologies. Most of the governments across the globe have put lockdown due to which every individual has now shifted to adopt digital platforms to fulfill daily requirements. Digital payments are the primary use case. The use of digital wallets has also increased. All these factors are increasing the chances of illegal money transactions. FATF has cautioned banks and financial institutions about illegal money transactions. This is also resulting in the increased demand for AML solutions; consequently, this driver has a high influence on the growth of the market.
|Market size value in 2019||USD 1.4 Billion|
|Market size forecast in 2026||USD 3.7 Billion|
|Historical Period||2016 to 2018|
|Forecast Period||2020 to 2026|
|Revenue Growth Rate||CAGR of 18.3% from 2020 to 2026|
|Number of Pages||291|
|Number of Tables||454|
|Report coverage||Market Trends, Revenue Estimation and Forecast, Segmentation Analysis, Regional and Country Breakdown, Competitive Analysis, Companies Strategic Developments, Company Profiling|
|Segments covered||Component, Deployment Type, Product, End User, Region|
|Country scope||US, Canada, Mexico, Germany, UK, France, Russia, Spain, Italy, China, Japan, India, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Brazil, Argentina, UAE, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Nigeria|
Free Valuable Insights: Global Anti-money Laundering Market to reach a market size of $3.7 billion by 2026
Based on Component, the market is segmented into software and servies. Based on Deployment Type, the market is segmented into On-premise and Cloud. Based on Product, the market is segmented into Customer Identity Management, Compliance Management, Transaction Monitoring, and Currency Transaction Reporting. Based on End User, the market is segmented into BFSI, Healthcare, Telecom & IT, Government, and Others. Based on Regions, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America, Middle East & Africa.
KBV Cardinal Matrix - Anti-money Laundering Market Competition Analysis
The major strategies followed by the market participants are Partnerships and Product Launches. Based on the Analysis presented in the Cardinal matrix; Accenture PLC and Oracle Corporation are the forerunners in the Anti-Money Laundering Market. Companies such as Fiserv, Inc., NICE Ltd., ACI Worldwide, Inc., Temenos AG, BAE Systems PLC, Fidelity Information Services (FIS), Inc., SAS Institute, Inc., and Comarch SA are some of the key innovators in the market.
The market research report covers the analysis of key stake holders of the market. Key companies profiled in the report include ACI Worldwide, Inc., BAE Systems PLC, Fiserv, Inc., NICE Ltd., Oracle Corporation, SAS Institute, Inc., Fidelity Information Services (FIS), Inc., Accenture PLC, Comarch SA and Temenos AG.
Recent Strategies Deployed in Anti-money Laundering Market
» Partnerships, Collaborations, and Agreements:
- Sep-2020: ACI Worldwide collaborated with India’s largest public sector bank, State Bank of India (SBI). Following the collaboration, the bank updated its payment infrastructure for ATM and point-of-sale (POS) using ACI’s Retail Payments solution.
- Sep-2020: BAE Systems Applied Intelligence teamed up with Amazon Web Services (AWS). Under this collaboration, BAE announced a new solution created on AWS to deliver complete anti-money laundering regulatory compliance solutions. The solution is supported by the availability, reliability, and security of AWS and offers banks and financial institutions the opportunity to quickly stand up an affordable integrated financial crime regulatory compliance solution.
- Jul-2020: BAE Systems Applied Intelligence together with Acuminor, a provider of risk assessment solutions to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing. Jointly, the companies launched a trial of technology aimed at helping banks to identify transactional behavior linked to human trafficking and money laundering. Under the collaboration, the companies run the trial for a major Nordic bank, with proof of concept trials running to simulate suspicious activity and test the efficiency of the banks’ financial crime detection systems.
- Jun-2020: ACI Worldwide teamed up with India based Federal Bank. Under this collaboration, the Federal Bank selected ACI's UP Payments Risk Management solution. The bank aimed to identify fraudulent card activity, mitigate losses, and enhance customer relationships.
- Jun-2020: FIS came into partnership with FICO, a provider of predictive analytics and financial crime prevention services. Together, the companies were focused on the development of an advanced anti-money laundering (AML) solution. The solution will help North American financial institutions keep ahead of increasingly sophisticated money launderers and other financial criminals. The new solution, FIS AML Compliance Manager, will integrate FICO Falcon X decision management technology to provide financial institutions with a unified platform for AML risk and compliance.
- Apr-2020: ACI Worldwide collaborated with High Payment Solutions LLC (Hi-Pay), the payment solutions and Service Company. Following the collaboration, the latter company launched its new payments hub using multiple ACI solutions for creating Mongolia’s first payment gateway service. Hi-Pay selected ACI’s UP eCommerce Payments solution with its integrated secure payments gateway and fraud management capabilities and connected with ACI’s UP Real-Time Payments solution, for providing a modern and internationally compatible payments system for the Mongolian market.
- Apr-2020: Temenos formed a partnership with Microsoft Corporation to enable access to its AI-powered, Financial Crime Mitigation (FCM) SaaS solution. Together, the companies enabled banks to protect both their customers and their organization from financial crime increase during the pandemic, particularly as banks have moved to remote working to protect their staff.
- Jan-2020: Fiserv, Inc. signed an agreement with DolEx Dollar Express, Inc. and its affiliate, Europhil. Following the agreement, DolEx and Europhil would enhance their anti-money laundering (AML) processes with technology from Fiserv.
- Dec-2019: BAE Systems partnered with RSA Insurance Ireland, a general insurance company. Following the partnership, the latter company implemented the NetReveal Insurance Fraud technology solution to detect insurance fraud. This partnership supported RSA’s in combating insurance fraud and protects their customers and shareholders.
- Sep-2019: ACI Worldwide extended its collaboration with Everlink Payment Services Inc., a leading provider of payment solutions and services for credit unions, banks, and small and medium enterprises across Canada. Following the expansion, the latter company extended its deployment of ACI’s UP Payments Risk Management solution to drive its new machine learning fraud management solution, eSCORE. Using the ACI Model Generator within UP Payments Risk Management, Everlink quickly built and deployed machine learning models to drive its eSCORE fraud management solution, which analyzes multiple features of each debit card transaction and prevents face-to-face and card-not-present fraud.
- Sep-2019: NICE Actimize, a NICE business announced its collaboration with PT Bank Mayapada Internasional, Tbk, Jakarta, Indonesia. Jointly, the companies were focused on launching full-scale improvements within its financial crime operations with anti-money laundering compliance and investigation management solutions that employ artificial intelligence and machine learning technology. Bank Mayapada implemented several components from NICE Actimize’s Autonomous Anti-Money laundering portfolio, including Suspicious Activity Monitoring, Customer Due Diligence, and Watchlist Filtering solutions.
- Sep-2019: NICE Actimize, a NICE business came into collaboration with Zenus Bank. Together, the companies were aimed to establish a cloud-focused financial crime strategy for both anti-money laundering compliance and enterprise fraud protections with NICE's AML and Fraud SaaS Essentials solutions.
- Sep-2019: Oracle Financial Services signed a collaboration agreement with Quantifind, an emerging player in the financial crimes risk management software market. In this collaboration, Quantifind's software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions for Investigations, Customer Due Diligence, and Alerts Management have been integrated with Oracle Financial Services. With the help of Oracle, Quantifind is focused on changing the way that analysts and investigators assess risk on individuals, corporations, and alerts in the AML pipeline.
- Jun-2019: BAE Systems announced a partnership with Arachnys, the leader in Customer Risk Intelligence solutions for Client Onboarding, Know Your Customer (KYC), Customer Due Diligence & Enhanced Due Diligence (CDD/EDD), and Anti Money Laundering (AML). Through the partnership, the latter company focused on addressing anti-money laundering and compliance obligations and providing accurate and efficient fraud detection and prevention.
- May-2019: Fiserv announced a collaboration with Mercury Payment Services and Arion Bank. Under this collaboration, Mercury Payment and Arion Bank have selected Fiserv’s anti-money laundering (AML) technology. Both organizations implemented Fiserv’s AML Risk Manager for addressing all four key areas of an AML risk management programme. The four key areas include Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements, monitoring, detection and alerts, case management, and reporting.
- Apr-2019: NICE Actimize has been selected by Varo Money Inc., a San Francisco-based mobile bank. Under this collaboration, the former company provides anti-money laundering protection technology to the latter company. Varo leverages NICE Actimize AML Essentials software as a service for helping the bank to monitor transactions, filter watch lists, conduct due diligence, and track Suspicious Activity Report filings.
- Mar-2019: NICE Actimize, a NICE business collaborated with Israel Discount Bank of New York (IDB Bank), a New York State-chartered commercial bank. Under this collaboration, NICE would help IDB Bank in upgrading its financial crime operations with innovative anti-money laundering compliance and investigation management solutions that employ artificial intelligence and machine learning technology.
- Feb-2019: Oracle Financial Services signed an agreement with Blue Prism, a leader in Robotic Process Automation (RPA). Together, the companies aimed to automate critical compliance tasks helping financial institutions in the investigation, resolution, and reporting of financial crimes and suspicious activities.
- Jan-2019: SAS collaborated with The Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) following which, the latter company launched a new fraud prevention platform. The platform enables insurers and authorities to safely and quickly share information to clamp down on fraudulent activity. This platform has been developed by SAS for the IFB.
- Jan-2019: Fiserv teamed up with Banco CTT following which the latter company aimed to leverage Fiserv's efficient and effective anti-money laundering (AML) capabilities. The collaboration provided Banco CTT's financial crime team with a single solution for monitoring suspicious activity across a wide range of transactions.
- Jan-2019: Oracle partnered with Arachnys, the leader in Customer Risk Intelligence (CRI) solutions. The partnership was launched with Arachnys /Navigator, part of the Arachnys cloud-native CRI platform, as the first solution planned for integration to further enhance Oracle’s Financial Services Financial Crime and Compliance Management (FCCM) solution suite. With this integration, Oracle can now provide its customers additional capabilities to accelerate the due diligence process, including access to the broadest, cloud-based content library exclusively tailored for financial crime investigations and KYC profile record completion.
» Acquisition and Mergers:
- Jul-2019: Fiserv, Inc. acquired First Data Corporation, a financial services company. With this acquisition, Fiserv became one of the world’s leading payments and financial technology providers with the ability to provide unique value to financial institutions, corporate and merchant clients, and consumers.
- Aug-2017: Fiserv completed the acquisition of Dovetail, a provider of bank payments, and liquidity management solutions. The acquisition enabled Fiserv to help the financial institutions in transforming their payments infrastructure for fulfilling the evolving needs of wholesale, commercial, and retail sectors.
» Product Launches and Product Expansions:
- Aug-2020: Comarch extended its portfolio by launching the Fraud Detection System. The system can be extended with AI algorithms to create models that can determine the occurrence of certain events with high accuracy based on historical data. This system can spot and understand relationships between data, detect anomalies or classify, and predict specific events.
- Mar-2020: ACI Worldwide launched Incremental Learning, a new technology for enhancing fraud protection for merchants, financial institutions, and its customers. The technology can be implemented in machine learning models within the company’s fraud prevention solutions, including Proactive Risk Manager and ACI ReD Shield.
- Mar-2020: FIS unveiled a new biometric 3D Secure (3DS) authentication service dubbed 3DS Flex. This service helps merchants comply with PSD2 Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) deadlines in the European Economic Area and the UK. 3DS Flex delivers intelligent switching and protects against online fraud by analyzing information such as geolocation data and shopper history to verify identity online or on a mobile device. It uses biometric authentication such as face ID and fingerprint and other advanced technologies for keeping the authentication process simple.
- Feb-2020: Oracle broadened its Financial Crime and Compliance Management (FCCM) suite of products by adding an integrated analytics workbench, 300-plus customer risk indicators, and embedded graph analytics visualizations to it. These capabilities aimed to help financial institutions fight money laundering and achieve compliance.
- Nov-2019: Accenture introduced a compliance-as-a-service offering. This service aimed to help financial institutions, fintech, and technology companies cost-effectively combat financial crime and comply with related regulations. The compliance-as-a-service (CaaS) offering provides an end-to-end capability that uses SynOps, Accenture’s human-machine operating engine that synergizes data, applied intelligence, digital technologies, and exceptional talent to help financial institutions manage the scope and complexity of the ever-changing regulatory and compliance environment.
- Sep-2019: Temenos released the Temenos Peer Group Identifier, an AI-powered financial profiling tool. The tool assists banks in improving their customer experiences by focusing on their financial crime detection efforts on the highest risk transactions. This launch strengthened the Temenos’ Financial Crime Mitigation (FCM) product, which covers watch-list screening, anti-money laundering, fraud prevention, and KYC, delivering industry-leading levels of detection and false positives.
- Jun-2019: Oracle unveiled Oracle Financial Services Anti Money Laundering (AML) Express Edition targeted at small- and mid-sized banks. It provides a single, unified platform for efficiently detecting, investigating, and reporting suspected money laundering and terrorist financing activity to comply with evolving regulations and guidelines.
Scope of the Anti-money Laundering Market Analysis
By Deployment Type
- Customer Identity Management
- Compliance Management
- Transaction Monitoring
- Currency Transaction Reporting
By End User
- Telecom & IT
- North America
- Rest of North America
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- South Korea
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- Rest of LAMEA
- ACI Worldwide, Inc.
- BAE Systems PLC
- Fiserv, Inc.
- NICE Ltd.
- Oracle Corporation
- SAS Institute, Inc.
- Fidelity Information Services (FIS), Inc.
- Accenture PLC
- Comarch SA
- Temenos AG
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