Trade-Based Anti-Money Laundering Solutions, 2022: Market and Vendor Landscape

This report defines trade-based money laundering, discusses how it has developed over time, and considers the dynamics of the evolving market for solutions to help firms tackle it.

Trade-based money laundering (TBML), a growing phenomenon in the financial services industry, costs financial firms millions of dollars and is attracting increasing regulatory scrutiny. Methods of managing it, however, are still not well-delineated. Chartis expects competition in the trade-based anti-money laundering (TBAML) space to intensify over the coming years, as firms expand into adjacent areas and combine fundamental and quantitative approaches to build end-to-end solution capabilities. But TBAML is also a complex area that is likely to require types of data analytics that are some way from being a reality. As such, we expect this market to grow in both size and complexity over the next few years.

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