Onboarding and Fraud Remodelling - General

Onboarding and Fraud Remodelling

Executive summary

Leverage an industry proven onboarding and Know Your Customer (KYC) ontology and fine-tune it to your corporate compliance policies. Ensure manual processing, existing triggers and information sources are tied together by a unified and harmonized process supporting sales and compliance simultaneously.

Problem statement

Many service providers struggle with the complexity and inefficiency of their client onboarding and recurring KYC monitoring practice. And many have issues, when it comes to various types of monitoring of client’s activities. The front-office staff often tries to cut corners and the compliance staff is overwhelmed with the number of cases and follow-ups that are required from them. Disintegrated and high-maintenance systems and processes are the usual status quo, with little budget and energy to change from due to the inherent risk.

Target market / Industries

The use case is primarily applicable to the industries that are exposed to frauds and where fraud tracking and prevention is needed.


We combine the domain knowledge of what is really required by law and regulation with the opportunity to automate many aspects of the background screening and adverse media monitoring. By integrating the robustness of process of global players and the lean and mean approach, we usually are able to raise quality while reducing effort. Creating a centralized compliance officer workbench that is integrated with both front-office systems as well as risk-management and compliance tools, we are able to iteratively improve the situation by synchronizing the learning of the models and predictions with the feedback from compliance experts.

The solution included: -Integrated Compliance Officer Workbench

  • Onboarding & Compliance Ontology configuration & subsequent ontology matching
  • Integration of existing screening & trigger sources with learning / improvement loops
  • Automation of standard cases and pre-filling of high-probability issues
  • Aggregation of findings, reporting, alerting & compliance action notifications


  • Compliance
  • Security

Data elements, Assets and Deliverables

As an Input from the client, the following items were used:

  • Existing client onboarding / KYC policies
  • KYC / onboarding management cases
  • Client‘s contracts, positions & transactions

Assets & Artefacts:

  • Client risk attributes
  • Historic client behavior information

The deliverables included:

  • Compliance & KYC Ontology
  • Compliance Officer Workbench
  • Use case specific orchestration flow

Tags / Keywords

#fraud #fraudremodelling #frauddetection #fraudtracking #compliance #kyc

Last modified November 13, 2023: init (cb2a58c)