ACI Worldwide has announced the licensing of its risk management software to ING Direct. The direct retail bank will use ACI Proactive Risk Manager software to ensure low fraud loss rates and aid compliance with local and international anti-money laundering regulations. ING Direct has successfully implemented the software at its operations in Canada, the US, the UK, Australia, France, Italy and Spain. ING Direct sought a flexible solution that would deliver an enterprise-wide view of transaction monitoring that ultimately enhances its ability to combat fraud losses and money laundering in a cost-effective manner. ACI Proactive Risk Manager, a comprehensive monitoring, detection and prevention solution, provides the flexibility required for ING Direct’s implementation within seven individual countries while maintaining worldwide operational synergies via a single solution.
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