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When a monitored payment reaches Mambu Process Orchestrator (MPO), the process Payment Receiver Router is triggered and the payment payload is sent to ComplyAdvantage for analysis.

Transactions are monitored using a comprehensive ruleset defined in ComplyAdvantage, which monitors organizational data based on suspicious activity patterns – stopping high-risk transactions as they occur. After payment analysis, ComplyAdvantage responds with the results of the alert rules: either with Soft Stop, Hard Stop or passed rules. Depending on these results, the MPO connector determines the AML status of the payment as Accepted, Rejected or Suspended.

An Accepted payment is allowed to proceed for further processing, a Rejected payment is stopped, and Suspended payments are held for review in ComplyAdvantage. If an alert triggered by a payment is Accepted or Rejected the review result is sent to MPO. The Alerts Analyser Router [to be linked to CA] component receives the review result and, after all alerts triggered by a Suspended payment are reviewed in ComplyAdvantage, sends the status to a third-party system. This system either processes or not the payment based on the status received.

The architecture of the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) transaction monitoring connector is displayed in the below sequence diagram:


Note: More details on the flows can be found in the Business flows section.