Transaction Monitoring Tips From the Experts at Google

Transactions large and small drive business, and checking to make sure they are legitimate and accurately recorded is a key element of a compliance program. Transaction monitoring requires technical know-how to gather and analyze the appropriate data, but it also requires a knowledgeable person to interpret findings and put them in context. The Anti-Corruption Report explored the importance of this human factor in a recent webinar, The Art and Science of Transaction Monitoring: A Google Perspective, moderated by Senior Editor Megan Zwiebel and featuring two members of Google’s global ethics and compliance team, senior counsel Therese Lee and forensic program manager Aditya Yerramilli. The three discussed why a data-driven approach to transaction monitoring still requires a human touch. See “How Google Does Third-Party Due Diligence” (Aug. 22, 2018).

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