EU FP7 project, HEMOLIA Conference and Demonstration in Bucarest

Last February 10th and 11th, 2014, within the EU FP7 projects conference and demonstration to final users, the Hemolia project was presented.

The conference was hosted by The National Office for Prevention and Control of Money Laundering, ONPCSB – the Financial Intelligence Unit of Romania, FIUR.

The HEMOLIA group presented and demonstrated the HEMOLIA project results to FIUs, banks and LEAs community representatives.

The 26 FIUs representatives debated on the impact and possibilities of HEMOLIA in the detection and prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing in their own countries.

FIUR, presented the results and experience using the Financial Alert Engine module, developed by Grupo AIA. Highlighted the myriad of ETRs and CTRs. incoming data and concluded its performance was 10.000 times faster than any expert´s analysis and risk-based prioritization according to FATF/GAFI recommendations and would reduce analysts´ repetitive work to focus on critical cases.

Grupo AIA represented by founder and CEO Mrs. Regina LLOPIS, Jose M. MORERA and Javier CABALLERO explained the Artificial Intelligence Engine, the core of HEMOLIA.


HEMOLIA Proyecto


The aim of HEMOLIA is to develop a new generation of tools for government intelligence in the fight against Organized Crime, Money Laundering and the Financing of Terrorism, integrating large volumes of information from the financial world and the world of telecommunications.

HEMOLIA is a research and development project funded by the European Commission FP7 family STREP category in the SAFETY section and with COLLABORATION between countries and institutions in Europe. The project code is 261710, its duration is 3 years and the formal starting meeting was the 31st May 2011 in Barcelona.

The other project partners are:

  • Verint (Israel) (Project leader)
  • Ernst & Young (Israel)
  • Cap Gemini (Netherlands)
  • SwitchLegal (Netherlands)
  • VU University (Netherlands)
  • Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements – PIAP (Poland)
  • Polish Telecom (Poland)
  • ZBP – Polish self-government organization of banks (Poland)
  • Financial Investigation Unit Romania (Romania)
  • FIU.NET (Netherlands)
  • Amsterdam University (Netherlands)
  • University of Wroclaw (Poland)


Grupo AIA’s role in the project is the development of a system of interpretation of financial alerts at FIUs, and the development of a financial analysis Link to help expose the financial networks of money laundering.

The project will run from 2011 to 2013.