Build transaction batches and use them in rules.

The Projections tool is part of the Rule manager. It lets you create subsets of transactions that satisfy certain conditions to use in your rules. Here are some examples of such sequences:

  • Incoming and outgoing transactions exceeding the specified amount.
  • Incoming transactions from high-risk countries.
  • The same beneficiary approved.
  • The same remitter approved.
  • All incoming approved transactions.
  • All outgoing approved transactions.
  • Transaction amount divided by 1,000.

For example, you can create a projection that selects all outgoing transactions to risky jurisdictions above $30,000 in equivalent and contain risky words in the transaction reference and apply a specific rule.

Projections help speed up the KYT process by grouping transactions based on several criteria instead of just one.

How it works

Projections are SQL SELECT queries represented in YAML.

SQL statements let us select specific data from a database and YAML allows us to represent your selection in a human-friendly data serialization standard for all programming languages.

In plain words, you select a specific dataset, give it a code name, and use it as a condition in your rules.

Get started

To create a projection, you will need the assistance of your Customer Success Manager or tech. support representative. Make sure to provide a clear description of what data you want to utilize.

To use a specific projection in a rule:

  1. Create a new rule or chose to edit an existing one.
  2. Select the projection name when configuring the rule condition.
  3. Set up applicant actions and save the rule as usual.

Manage projections

To manage projections, go to the Projections page. On this page, you can see all your projections and their descriptions. You can also deactivate and delete projections.