Salv is on a mission
to beat financial crime

It sounds daunting, but we know it’s possible.

Imagine a business where an investment of hundreds of billions annually returned a success rate of 1-2%. That’s the level of effectiveness in compliance currently. But this isn’t just a business concern – it’s a problem that affects our entire society.

Roughly 80% of the proceeds of crime flow through conventional financial institutions. By failing to stop “dirty” money, we fail to prevent the future funding of crimes like weapons, drugs, or human trafficking. Which hurts us all.

The financial industry is well aware of this, and it’s trying to improve. But most institutions simply don’t have the appropriate technology.

So, where to start?

By using industry-leading experience to build smarter tech that helps compliance professionals to identify and law enforcement to confiscate more financial crime.

We call it collaborative crime-fighting.

Take the best available information. Share it between multiple crime-fighting teams, globally. Improve individual agent or team level decision making. Ensure the most impactful outcomes.

For decades criminals have outperformed crime-fighters through better organisation, better cooperation, and better adoption of emerging technologies. The fightback starts now.

If this resonates with you, please take a few minutes to read around our website. About Salv Bridge – Europe’s first collaborative crime-fighting network (real-time and across borders). Or how the same crime-fighters who built Skype’s fraud solutions, and Wise’s AML tools and processes, are now tackling sanctions screening, transaction monitoring and customer risk scoring.

Want to learn more?

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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 an ISO/IEC 27001: 2022 certificate, as well as ISAE 3000 compliant SOC 2 Type 2 report.