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AML CDD profile usage

Updated on January 13, 2022

Pega Client Lifecycle Management for Financial Services Implementation Guide

AML profile calculation

The system performs the profile calculation during the synchronization of the Master Profile. The system reacts dynamically to any changes in the data that might trigger changes in the AML profile, for example, a change in risk. The value is based on risk, but you can consider the other variables.

For example, the orchestration engine automatically ensures that the appropriate level of due diligence is carried out using eScreening results and the current customer risk assessment. The logic is fully configurable to meet your business needs.

The AMLCDDProfilesSynchronization data transform invokes the logic, which provides access to a set of decision tables that manage distinct scenarios. As different business scenarios require different data, there is a corresponding set of data transforms to ensure that all data is available at the time of execution. The application provides the following decision tables:

Party TypeDecision tableData transform
Contracting party – IndividualAMLCDDProfileContractingIndAMLCDDProfileContractingIndInit
Contracting party – OrganizationAMLCDDProfileContractingOrgAMLCDDProfileContractingOrgInit
Contracting party – FundAMLCDDProfileContractingFundAMLCDDProfileContractingFundInit
Related party – IndividualAMLCDDProfileRelatedPartyIndAMLCDDProfileRelatedPartyIndInit
Related party – OrganizationAMLCDDProfileRelatedPartyOrgAMLCDDProfileRelatedPartyOrgInit
Related party – FundAMLCDDProfileRelatedPartyFundAMLCDDProfileRelatedPartyFundInit

If there are changes required in the logic to calculate the AML profiles (for example, a new data variable is required, or the values are different), you can overwrite the rules and implement the necessary logic.

In addition, if you need to use another variable instead of using the type of party to categorize the logic across multiple tables, you overwrite the AMLCDDProfilePartyRouter decision table.

KYC due diligence profile

The Pega Know Your Customer Regulatory Compliance application is the source of regulatory intelligence for Pega Client Lifecycle Management and KYC and contains KYC types configured to manage the same AML profiles that Pega Client Lifecycle Management and KYC does (CPSDD, RPSDD, and so on).

The system configures the AML profiles by using the KYC Due Diligence Profile Suite rule type that is available in Know Your Customer Core Engine. All profiles are recorded under an instance of the Default rule and placed under the PegaKYC-Data-Type-Policies-Global rule type.

Although the AML profiles represent the same business scenarios, the profiles under the PegaKYC-Data-Type-Policies-Global rule have different codes than those that the Pega Client Lifecycle Management and KYC gives. The mapping between the Pega Client Lifecycle Management and KYC AML profiles and the Pega Know Your Customer Regulatory Compliance AML profiles is done in the PegaFS-Work.DDProfilesMap decision table. If the AML profiles of the application are changed, this rule must be modified accordingly. For more information, see "Adding a new AML CDD profile to the mapping rule" in the chapter Adding a new AML CDD profile to the mapping rule.

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