EastNets, a provider of compliance and payments solutions and services, has formed a partnership with Computer Information Systems (CIS) to help financial institutions in the Balkans, including Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Albania, Macedonia, Slovenia, Romania, and Bulgaria, to improve anti-money laundering (AML) and anti-fraud controls, and enhance SWIFT payment transparency, efficiency and risk management.
“The growing threat of financial crime, enterprise risk, and increasingly stringent regulatory environment are key concerns to the financial institutions we serve,” said Vladimir Filipovic, chief executive officer (CEO) of CIS. “We have evaluated solutions in the marketplace and believe EastNets portfolio of financial crime and SWIFT risk management tools will provide exceptional value to help financial institutions meet and adapt to evolving regulatory requirements as well as to effectively combat money laundering, fraud and improve risk controls.”
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