Case Studies

Designing an anti-financial crime roadmap for a Tier 1 UK bank

This Tier 1 UK bank was keen to benefit from a more efficient use of its fraud and financial crime technology and data, while decreasing operating costs. Read about Icon’s work to…

Cindy Heidebluth

19 October 2023

Case Studies

Re-platforming a Customer Due Diligence solution

This is a case study about Icon’s work for a Tier 1 bank which was looking to derive greater business value from its Customer Due Diligence (CDD) solution. The legacy CDD solution…

Cindy Heidebluth

31 July 2023

Blogs

5 predictions to help shape banks’ resolutions for 2023

By all accounts, 2022 was difficult for just about everyone. Continuing economic fallout from the pandemic, geopolitical upheaval, soaring inflation, rising energy costs and a host of other pressures all underscored the…

Icon Solutions

11 January 2023

Case Studies

Automating the customer due diligence experience

Our client is a Tier 1 bank with £750+ billion of assets and 19 million customers across UK and Ireland. Icon had proven experience at the bank from previous engagements, and were…

Kate Nelson

28 June 2022

Case Studies

Bringing technical strategy to life in AML Transaction…

Icon Solutions was engaged by this bank to provide expert review and validation of the bank’s target architecture and technical roadmap for Transaction Monitoring. This initiative was sponsored by the CIO for…

Kate Nelson

23 November 2021

Case Studies

Providing direction and assurance on AML KYC approach

Icon Solutions was engaged to review the proposed automated solution for this bank’s Premium Finance (PF) Anti Money Laundering (AML) Know Your Customer (KYC) project for commercial customers in the UK.

Kate Nelson

17 November 2021

Case Studies

Setting the industry standard for KYC

Learn how Icon Solutions helped this Tier 1 Bank to improve their in-house controls for anti-money laundering and sanctions compliance and achieve their vision to set the industry standard for KYC.

Kate Nelson

28 November 2019

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