Jack Henry unveils cloud-native fraud and AML solution
By Delisha Fernandes
Jack Henry has announced the initial roll out of Financial Crimes Defender, a cloud-native fraud and anti-money laundering (AML) solution designed with real-time capabilities at the forefront. This new solution allows community and regional financial institutions to proactively combat financial crimes across channels.
Financial Crimes Defender is part of Jack Henry’s technology modernization strategy, focused on delivering cloud-native solutions that help banks and credit unions innovate faster, differentiate strategically, and meet the evolving needs of their accountholders. The platform is built on the public cloud, allowing for real-time data, more accurate reporting, open integrations, speed, and agility.
“Jack Henry’s Financial Crimes Defender positions us well against the rising threat of fraud; it allows us to offer a secure and smooth banking experience for our customers,” said Patrick Brennan, VP of information technology at the bank. “It’s seamless integration, user-friendly design and real-time, AI-powered fraud detection will help us operate more efficiently and improve our fraud detection rate to keep our customers and their money safe.”
Financial Crimes Defender provides real-time detection and prevention of fraud involving checks, deposits, transfers, ACH transactions, and instant payments. This AI-powered solution bundles fraud and AML solutions to help financial institutions of all sizes make faster and more informed risk decisions, minimize false positives and wasted resources, improve operational efficiency, and ensure more effective fraud monitoring and reporting for Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) compliance.
“Fighting fraud with real-time data is the equivalent of catching an intruder at the front door, before they get into the house,” said Matt Riley, president of Complementary Solutions at Jack Henry. “Financial Crimes Defender lets financial institutions detect and prevent fraud at first sight, ensuring assets and information remain within the institution. This is a game-changer for community banks and credit unions.”
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