Journal of Computer Science

DATA MINING IN BANKING AND ITS APPLICATIONS-A REVIEW

Sreekumar Pulakkazhy and R. V.S. Balan

DOI : 10.3844/jcssp.2013.1252.1259

Journal of Computer Science

Volume 9, Issue 10

Pages 1252-1259

Abstract

Banking systems collect huge amounts of data on day to day basis, be it customer information, transaction details, risk profiles, credit card details, limit and collateral details, compliance and Anti Money Laundering (AML) related information, trade finance data, SWIFT and telex messages. Thousands of decisions are taken in a bank daily. These decisions include credit decisions, default decisions, relationship start up, investment decisions, AML and Illegal financing related. One needs to depend on various reports and drill down tools provided by the banking systems to arrive at these critical decisions. But this is a manual process and is error prone and time consuming due to large volume of transactional and historical data. Interesting patterns and knowledge can be mined from this huge volume of data that in turn can be used for this decision making process. This article explores and reviews various data mining techniques that can be applied in banking areas. It provides an overview of data mining techniques and procedures. It also provides an insight into how these techniques can be used in banking areas to make the decision making process easier and productive.

Copyright

© 2013 Sreekumar Pulakkazhy and R. V.S. Balan. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.