Compliance Remediation Programs

Regulatory Compliance with DynaFin's Remediation Expertise

Ensuring regulatory compliance within the banking sector is crucial for upholding the financial system's integrity and preventing illicit activities. Non-compliance can lead to severe consequences, including financial penalties, reputation damage, and legal repercussions. Banks, facing dynamic regulations across jurisdictions, must stay informed and adapt their compliance programs accordingly.

Financial institutions are obligated to establish robust Anti-Money Laundering (AML) programs, conduct customer due diligence (CDD), scrutinize transactions for suspicious activities, and promptly report such transactions to regulatory authorities. In this context, a remediation program involves actions and measures to rectify identified deficiencies, weaknesses, or violations in compliance with regulations such as AML, KYC, and sanctions.

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Guiding Through Fundamental Remediation Steps

DynaFin Consulting, leveraging its domain expertise, guides clients through essential steps to meet regulatory requirements:

Identification of Causes

Conduct a comprehensive examination to identify the root causes of compliance deficiencies in processes, policies, and systems.

Defining a Corrective Action Plan

Develop a detailed plan outlining changes to policies, procedures, systems, and training programs to address and rectify compliance issues.

Implementation of Controls

Introduce or reinforce internal controls to prevent the recurrence of compliance issues.

Executing the Remediation

Specific on-the-field expertise enables thorough investigations, ensuring data coherence and documentation.

Monitoring & Reporting

Implement continuous monitoring processes to verify remediation effectiveness, ensuring ongoing compliance. Reporting to senior management and regulatory authorities, including Suspicious Activity Report filing, is integral to the program.

Through these steps, DynaFin Consulting supports clients in navigating regulatory complexities, meeting evolving standards, and exceeding expectations.

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Use cases

Full review of the customers in compliance with the AML regulation

Following the recommendations of the local supervisory authority, a private bank launched a remediation program aimed performing a full review of the customers in compliance with the AML regulation.

DynaFin's Expertise in Compliance remediation

Full review of the customers in compliance with the AML regulation


Following the recommendations of the local supervisory authority, a private bank launched a remediation program aimed performing a full review of the customers in compliance with the AML regulation. 


The assessments of the volumes and the time required to analyze each file are challenging tasks from the beginning to build a remediation plan, as well as the definition of the relevant KPIs and the organization of the team. The workload assessment might also evolve during the project, as the scope might evolve too while the complexity of the customer files might also be underestimated. 

DynaFin's Strategic Intervention

DynaFin provided comprehensive support to a private bank through a team consisting of seasoned senior profiles and expert analysts. Their intervention encompassed several critical tasks: 

Conducting thorough reviews of KYC files and meticulously analyzing transactions and sources of funds.

This included a specific focus on examining the tax implications associated with optimization processes, as well as complex legal structures such as shell companies, fiduciary vehicles, and trusts.

Assisting the private bank in crafting and refining the project plan.

The team of consultants served as subject matter experts, leveraging their deep expertise to ensure the plan aligned effectively with the bank's objectives and regulatory requirements.

Offering training and ongoing guidance to the bank's staff on how to analyze the backlog efficiently and manage day-to-day operations.

This support aimed to enhance the team's capabilities and optimize their performance throughout the project duration.

Conducting quality reviews of the files assessed by the analysts before they were presented to the compliance committee.

This meticulous oversight ensured that all evaluations met the necessary standards of accuracy and compliance with regulatory guidelines.


This combination of diverse expertise, along with robust project oversight, facilitated workload optimization without compromising the requisite quality standards necessary to adhere to regulatory mandates within the regulator's specified timeframe. 


Regulatory Compliance in the context of integration

The scenario involves the integration of a small bank into another financial institution, where the due diligence process for customer databases is critical.

DynaFin's Expertise in Compliance remediation

Regulatory Compliance in the context of integration


The scenario involves the integration of a small bank into another financial institution, where the due diligence process for customer databases is critical. This process is essential to ensure compliance with Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (CFT) rules. 

DynaFin's Strategic Intervention

DynaFin consultants played a crucial role in supporting the client throughout the preparation of the integration. Their intervention included: 

Client Data Analysis (KYC)

DynaFin performed a comprehensive analysis of the existing clients, focusing on Know Your Customer (KYC) procedures. This involved understanding the identity, risk profile, and potential money laundering or terrorist financing risks associated with each client.

Activity Analysis (KYT)

The consultants examined the clients' activities (Know Your Transactions - KYT) to gain insights into transaction patterns and identify any unusual or suspicious activities that might pose risks.

AML and CFT Compliance

Ensuring compliance with AML and CFT rules was a core aspect of DynaFin's intervention. This involved aligning the integration process with regulatory requirements to mitigate financial crime risks.

Process and Procedure Review

DynaFin addressed the challenge of reviewing and adapting existing processes, procedures, and related documentation. This was crucial in ensuring that the integrated entity would function in compliance with industry regulations and best practices.

Versatile Consulting Profile

DynaFin consultants showcased a versatile profile, being able to take on different roles during the project. They transitioned seamlessly from analysis to quality assessment and took on responsibilities in managing teams and project streams.


DynaFin demonstrated a high level of commitment, flexibility, and responsiveness throughout the project. They were able to quickly respond to client requests with tailored solutions, especially during peaks of workload, and contributed significantly to the project success 


Overall, DynaFin's expertise, adaptability, and responsiveness were instrumental in facilitating a smooth integration process for the financial institutions involved.