Protecting financial integrity
Emboldened by anonymity and access enabled in a digitalised world, criminals have a growing opportunity to exploit individual, public, and corporate finances for their own gain.
Accessible to anybody and affecting everybody, economic crime now dominates crime types.
Clue for economic crime
Making economic crime much less viable is crucial to ensure individual, business, and public finances are protected and illicit criminal funding is disrupted.
Focused on detection and prevention, Clue helps law enforcement agencies, corporations and public sector organisations manage intelligence and investigations into threats including fraud, money laundering and corruption, and bribery.
Trusted for economic crime
Our software helps law enforcement agencies, corporations and public sector organisations, and other organisations detect and prevent economic crime, including:
Providing illicit gain by deception, fraud is a broad and manifold crime directly and indirectly affecting ordinary people daily. Fraud is committed at an industrial level and increasingly by lone opportunists under financial pressure.
Clue for counter fraud
The scale of cyber-enabled fraud makes detection and prevention complex. By centrally aggregating data sources, implementing secure reporting, and enabling seamless information sharing, counter fraud teams can surface connections and monitor and disrupt fraud threats in real-time.
Money laundering and illicit finance
Criminal mechanisms to conceal origins of illegally obtained money are becoming increasingly sophisticated. Money laundering operations motivate and fund further offences, such as drug trafficking and terrorism, while exploiting vulnerable individuals.
Clue for anti-money laundering
The digitalisation and globalisation of financial systems presents a vast threat landscape. Monitoring and responding to anomalies, connections and early warning signs from combined datasets is essential for focused anti-money laundering operations.
Bribery, corruption, and sanctions evasion
Financial pressures in a recessive economic climate and restraints imposed by events such as geopolitical conflict and climate change provide fertile ground for coercion and exploitation of financial systems.
Clue for bribery, corruption, and sanctions evasion
By detecting threats early, conducting robust investigations, sharing intelligence with partners, organisations can maintain vigilance, ensure corruptors are held to account and prevent future incidents from taking place.
- Economic crime
Clue is used as a central case management system for 400+ organisations, helping NHSCFA prevent the misappropriation of NHS resources.
“Our strapline is: Spot it, report it, together we stop it. The Clue system embodies this and helps NHSCFA and the NHS counter fraud community identify fraud risks – it supports better reporting and, ultimately, helps us in our work to stop fraud.”
Matt Horne is our Head of Policing & Government. A former law enforcement leader, he served for 30 years in policing and national security, accomplishing the position of National Crime Agency Deputy Director – Investigations. He is an expert in the domains of intelligence and investigations, with experience leading the most complex and high-risk operations at national level.