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The development of anti-financial crime measures has typically been relatively ad hoc and evolutionary, with banks responding tactically to immediate and/or developing fraud threats and regulatory demands. This has generally resulted in a fragmented approach, with fraud in particular often dealt with by payment type (e.g., credict car, debit card, Automate Clearing House [ACH], wire, or check), fraud type (e.g., internal, application, identity, card present on CNP), and/or channel type (e.g., contact center, online, mobile, point of sale [POS], or automated teller machine [ATM]).