Compliance Analytics

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1. Introduction to Compliance Analytics

The purpose of this document is to showcase the functionality of the Analytics sections within the Compliance Dashboard for compliance team members users within the Principal Member.

1.1 Concepts

Concept Breakdown
Sender Address Related to the remitters cryptoaddress
Receiver Address Related to the beneficiary cryptoaddress
Transaction ID Unique combination of number and letter pertaining to a transaction
Amount The transaction amount itself
Created at Date the transaction was created

1.2 “Compliance flag statuses” on Analytics Dashboard

Status Breakdown
Pending No action taken yet by the relevant compliance officer
Escalated The actual transaction/underlying client profile is now being investigated by the relevant compliance officer
Solved A conclusion has been reached with the altering of the relevant thresholds amount

The actual transaction has not violated any compliance rules so will not have a status assigned to it


2. Getting setup with the Compliance Analytics Reports

In this section of the user guide, we will walk you through all aspects of getting started with the compliance product. 

  1. Compliance Analytics dashboard access;

2.1 Accessing the relevant reports

As a member of the compliance team you will have access to the Compliance Analytics reporting dashboard, to access the reporting views, you will use the link within the compliance dashboard itself and therefore need no further login credentials. 

There are two ways to access the Compliance Analytics Dashboard: 

  1. Click on the “Analytics” button in the top right hand of a Client Details Page
    1. Provides a filtered view per client.
  2. Click on the “Report” section of the Compliance Dashboard and then click on “Compliance Analytics”.  
    1. Provides a holistic view of all activity.

Via the “Reports” section, you will also have access to the “Network Analytics” dashboard. There is only one way to access the “Network Analytics” dashboard. This dashboard  allows a Compliance team member to: 

  1. View all mint and burn transactions within your Network 
  2. View the balances of different clients
  3. View details related to transaction volume and total digital asset supply

Please Note - Your login credentials for the overall compliance dashboard will be provided by the io. Customer Office team directly to you via the automated onboarding email.


3. Getting To Know The Compliance Analytics Reporting Dashboard

In this section of the user guide, we will walk you through all aspects of getting started with the Compliance Analytics product. 

  1. Compliance Analytics Table;
  2. Filter types;
  3. Data Exporting;

3.1 Compliance Analytics Table

The image below represents the “Compliance Analytics” table. This table displays data about sent and received transactions. There are also customisable visualisations on this table.


3.2 Filter Types

There are three types of filters available on Analytics. These filters are;

  • Sender name
  • Receiver name
  • Timeframe Range

3.2a Client Filter

The controls depicted below have a drop down option where the user can select for the actual sending (Sender) or receiving (Receiver) client themselves. In order to reset the filters to indicate all existing information, you can select the three dots (above the input field) and a reset option will appear.


3.2b Date Range

The date time range control allows filtering by 2 routes; route one is actually the dates themselves (and respective times) and the second route is selecting the unit itself (day, week, month, year etc.) and backcasting from the current date. Please see image to the right to illustrate this functionality.


3.2c TimeFrame Range

Looking at the visual below the filters can show data relative to a timeframe (even selecting a custom number of months like 1 as in the visual). All the relevant visuals that use the control filter will change, however, not all visuals will work with the filter.

3.3 Data Exporting

An instance may arise where the user may require further analysis to be done on another platform like Microsoft Excel or Google sheets. Our Compliance Dashboard offers the ability to export your visualisations results to Excel (where the data is tabular), or CSV (comma separated value) files where needed. You can download or export filtered or unfiltered data results by clicking on the three buttons next to a table and clicking on “Export to Excel” or “Export to CSV”. Visualisations will normally be able to only be exported to “CSV”.


4. Operational & Technical Support

Please refer to your Compliance User guide on the dashboard to review and follow support processes.

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