Case-Scoring: Applying Risk to Suspicious Activity Case Management
Case-Scoring: Applying Risk to Suspicious Activity Case Management This free white paper discusses the application of risk-based management to the review of suspicious activity cases. The utilization of a risk-based approach to the management of suspicious activity cases will help to identify the severity of the case and improve the efficiency of the investigative process.

Case-scoring is the process of determining the priority of the cases as a function of both the inherent risk exposure of the institution and the implemented monitoring methodologies (case types). Highly severe cases have a high score, while lower-risk cases are scored lower. Each case type is identified by the monitoring methodology that generated the case.

For the purpose of this paper, the following five case types are defined:

  • Exceed Amount or Count Profile
  • Country Profile
  • Peer Profile
  • Exceed Currency
  • Rule
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