Crime-fighting blog

From time to time, we blog about our crime-fighting journey—our motivation, our path forward, and what we do to help you stop financial crime. Come join the discussion.


It’s time to streamline your RFI process

Let’s end the harmful practice of processing RFIs via email (or multiple customer portals, which can be equally time-consuming).


Interview with Ray Blake: financial crime and cost of compliance

Ray Blake talks about the financial crime landscape in the UK, emerging regulatory changes, and how much it costs firms to stay compliant.


AML Bridge celebrates its 1 year anniversary

AML Bridge made fincrime intelligence sharing not only possible, but fully operational.


What is fincrime intelligence sharing?

How can we better respond to the threats of terrorism and money laundering, and fight financial crime with cross-border fincrime intelligence sharing?


Public-private and private-private information sharing to combat financial crime

We look into ways to detect and disrupt financial crime through public-private and private-private information sharing.


AML Bridge end-of-pilot write ups

Salv’s AML Bridge opens a new chapter in collaborative investigations of fraud, money laundering, and sanctions.


AML Bridge: celebrating 100 investigative collaborations

AML Bridge has enabled 100 investigative collaborations to stop financial crime. Banks report significant loss reduction amid the rising volume of investigat…


The key to battling FinCrime? Collaboration and speed

Tiina Hiller shares key takeaways from the FinCrime Experts Meetup that Salv hosted jointly with Lithuanian AML Centre of Excellence.


Data Protection Day. What does it mean for AML?

GDPR regulation can actively help us meet AML/CFT goals, and our AML Bridge project plays a major part too.


AML Bridge pilot update – December 2020

Salv is building a decentralised network for sharing anti-money laundering (AML) intelligence between the banks.

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We build security to our products and organisation from the start. We use security best practices (incl. ISO 27001, CIS etc.) to ensure that our security management system meets the highest standards.

Salv has obtained a SSAE 16 compliant SOC 2 Type 1 report and SOC 2 Type 2 report.