Hummingbird launches AML software

B>Toronto -- Hummingbird, the Canadian information management technology company, officially launched its new AML software package at a British Bankers’ Association conference on AML in London in mid-December 2003.

The package does not focus on detecting moneylaunders for filing suspicious activity reports (SARs). Says Ronan Lavelle, a business solutions director at the firm: "We leave that to other bespoke systems" -- although the package does offer an online tool to do this. Instead, he says the Hummingbird system’s strengths are that it builds SARs for banks to file with financial regulators, and the communication of AML report data by firms.

The software tracks records of customers’ identification used

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