Elevating Ongoing AML Supervision

Interpreting transaction data and financial crime monitoring alerts from virtual asset service providers (VASPs) is a key element of ongoing, risk-based supervision. Whether for routine reporting or in response to an event-driven risk, supervisory bodies need to be able to interrogate what is reported, its accuracy, and the steps taken to limit any risks identified. To do this, they need blockchain intelligence tools. 

In this guide, we’ll outline key considerations and guidance for using blockchain intelligence in routine reporting. You'll learn:

  • Blockchain intelligence basics for regulators
  • How blockchain intelligence can be integrated into ongoing monitoring processes
  • How to use blockchain intelligence in five common regulatory scenarios
  • And more

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