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Financial Crime in the Middle East and North Africa 2020

Revealing the changing attitudes and responses to regulation and financial crime across the region

How are MENA-based organizations responding to a fast moving regulatory environment?

Our sixth annual report on financial crime in MENA tracks the changing norms, standards and attitudes around compliance and the management of financial crime, providing compliance practitioners and senior executives the ability to benchmark their programs.

This year's survey continues to track the evolution of innovative compliance technology.

Access the full report to find out:

  • The key trends and challenges facing MENA-based organizations
  • How compliance executives are spending their money
  • Why data quality is an increasing focus
  • 50%
    of respondents risk industry professionals
  • 30%
    managers and / or business owners
  • 60%
    from companies with 250+ employees
  • 51%
    have experienced financial crime in the past five years

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The report this year cites new and exciting trends that are promising for regulated organizations especially in terms of technology innovation, data management and due diligence awareness

Key content

Is technology the answer?

60% say that building data management and analytical capabilities are a priority

Increased compliance investment

57% expect a substantial increase in their compliance spend

Digital Identification

Adoption of innovative technology continues to increase. 29% of respondents already have a digital ID program