Transaction monitoring: Navigating millions of records for effective context based monitoring


With the rapid digitization of financial services and evolving regulatory mandates, the effective monitoring of transactions has become a critical imperative for financial institutions in order to ensure AML/CTF regulatory compliance, risk mitigation, and the integrity of financial systems. Traditional methods struggle to keep pace with the increasing complexity and volume of financial transactions. Graph technology emerges as a game-changer as it puts contextual understanding of clients and transactions at the center of the transaction monitoring process.

This webinar provides a concise exploration of how graph analytics, with its unparalleled ability to model intricate relationships and provide contextual information, plays a pivotal role in enhancing efficiency, accuracy, and adaptability in transaction monitoring and is contributing to reshape the landscape of risk detection, compliance, and real-time analysis.

  • The challenges of transaction monitoring
  • The ins and outs of graph technology applied to transaction monitoring
  • Demo: Swiftly investigating transactions to surface AML schemes



Jean Villedieu

Jean is the co-founder and Managing Director at Linkurious. Over the years, he has worked with a wide range of Fortune 500 companies and government agencies to help them find insights in complex connected data. Previously, he worked in the consulting industry. Jean double-majored in both political sciences and competitive intelligence.


Thibaut Kellam

Thibaut Kellam is a Customer Success Manager at Linkurious and Certified Anti Money Laundering Specialist (ACAMS). Before joining Linkurious to support financial institutions in the adoption of graph technology to fight financial crime, Thibaut was a KYC/Compliance analyst and a Financial Security Manager at BNP Paribas.