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Fast Start Guide to Financial Crime Compliance

Regulators are shining their spotlights on the failings of the payments sector to tackle money laundering. Nick Portalski discusses a fast start guide to compliance.

Nick Portalski
January 4, 2024

Napier’s Payments Pulse podcast series aims to connect trending fintech topics with financial crime compliance, equipping payments firms with the insights they need to disrupt financial crime.  

In our second episode, we sat down with Napier’s CTO, Nick Portalski, to discuss the regulatory pressure on payment firms and their fast start guide to financial crime compliance.  

The payments industry is undergoing rapid transformation, driven by evolving customer expectations and changing investment dynamics. Firms that prioritise choice, speed, security and transparency in their services while also focusing on robust financial crime compliance measures will stand out in this competitive landscape.  

As the market continues to evolve, adaptability and a commitment to effective risk management will be key to success in securing both customer trust and investment opportunities. Compliance is not a burden for payments firms, but an opportunity for growth.    

In this podcast episode, we cover:

  • The build or buy question?
  • The most common mistakes payments firms make when looking at AML requirements
  • Managing compliance in a sector with tight margins
  • Fast start guide to financial crime compliance

Learn more about how payments institutions can streamline and monetise financial crime compliance in our complimentary whitepaper.

Photo by Richard Horvath on Unsplash

Nick has extensive leadership experience in designing and delivering enterprise products using multiple technologies. Having worked in successful FinTech start-ups and enjoyed global responsibilities with IBM, his expertise lies in taking concepts from embryonic vision through to advanced end products.