04-11-2015 12:56 AM
Can anyone know how to download the dataset from SAS.COM of Anti Money laundering?
I am interested to work on this domain.
Please help me on this.
04-11-2015 02:59 AM
If you are talking about the datasets that come with the SAS Anti Money Laundering product then they would come as part of the software download that customers of the product would then install.
It is highly unlikely that these datasets would be available separately as they would be useless and meaningless without the accompanying software. If you are simply researching AML in general then there are plenty of internet resources to read on the subject.
If you would like to work in this area, then getting a job in an industry where AML is a regulatory requirement such as banking, insurance or finance would be the way to go.
It is worth bearing in mind that any company's AML requirements are unique and require a set of customised solutions that may involve products like SAS's, along with many others. Also each country has their own AML laws and regulations so there are different requirements between countries.
04-11-2015 04:13 AM
Thank you very much for the reply.
1.I have the licensed SAS software in my system and I do not know how to access the datasets using this software.Please help me on this.
2.Yes,I would like to work on this area and get a job in Banking or finance industry.I have searched a lot for AML analysis in the internet and got some stuff(PDF's) but could not find any dataset.Please let me know if you know the link or the datasets where I can learn and implement AML methodology.
04-11-2015 04:41 AM
Sorry but I don't use SAS AML and the documentation for this is only available to licensed customers:
I suggest you contact SAS Tech Support if the documentation does not provide what you want.
04-11-2015 05:05 AM
The AML doc's are behind walls: SAS Anti-Money Laundering SAS doesn't want to share that even when it could promote the usage as in your case.
The system requirements System Requirements--SAS® Anti-Money Laundering 6.3 and the sample screen shots are giving some idea what is going on.
In that list you see SAS-VA, Data-quality(formerly Data-flux) a metadata-server SAS/Access and a lot more of the common known SAS BI/DI environment.
For the Desktop you see SMC, Data Integration Studio, Eguide and workflow studio. Integration with Office is mentioned (AMO).
Search for the the things that are not common you see in the midtier. The midtier is normally the webbased approach having the java clients (containers) there.
Those special AML java add-ons is what makes the AML solution on the top of SAS BI/DI and SAS-VA and data-quality.