Simplifying AML Compliance

Streamline your Money Laundering Compliance and client onboarding process with our dedicated AML Software. From ID verification and recordkeeping to staff training, we put everything you need under one dashboard to help you stay compliant.

Why ML Verify?

Automate the ID verification process and simplify document collection and validation through your own custom client portal.
Speed up the AML compliance process with electronic identity checks. Apply automated PEP and Sanction checks on all new clients.
We connect to multiple data repositories to detect changes to a company's structure. We can also routinely monitor your clients to alert you of any address changes.
Ensure your business is always audit-ready with detailed event logging and easily extractable data. Manage your staff training logs and policy documents in one place.

Everything under one Dashboard

ML Verify makes it easy to see which clients are unverified and what actions need to be taken to validate them. You can import your clients into our platform from a spreadsheet, through the API, or synchronise with a number of 3rd party platforms. You get to decide what documents and queries are requested based on the nature of your business and the individual risk profile of your clients.

Our AML Software has been designed to ensure you stay on top of the Anti Money Laundering regulations while streamlining your processes and reducing costs at the same time.

Key Features

Custom KYC Profiles

Create your own KYC queries and document requests that are specific to your business and the associated risk profile of a given client.

Simple Intuitive Client Portal

Provide a simple and secure custom branded portal for your clients to respond to document requests and queries as part of your KYC compliance and processes.

Electronic ID Checks

We provide a simple method to electronically verify your client’s identity using public and private data repositories.

Inline PEP & Sanction Search

When you create a new client we will automatically check the name against our database of Politically Exposed Persons (PEP) and Sanctioned Targets.

2-Factor Authentication

Add an additional layer of security with 2-factor authentication to protect access to your AML Software. Tokens can be generated with apps such as Google Authenticator.


We run a full remote backup of our systems every 15 minutes, so you know your data is protected. Set up your own monthly account backups to safeguard against any errors.

Staff Training

Documenting your staff training is a key requirement under the Money Laundering Regulations. With MLVerify it’s simple to schedule and document all your training events.

Rich Reporting

Group your clients based on risk and easily identify and respond to incomplete KYC profiles. Pull detailed logs for all your Anti-Money Laundering activities.

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