We have an examiner requesting that our AML software be capable of pulling in check debit data from our core but this system is designed to pull in all other transactional data (ACH, cash, wire, electronic, ATM, RDC, etc.) and provide reports based on velocity, patterns, volume, etc. The core systems provide the images of the checks themselves which is what I have always been interested in (who was the check written to? Who signed it? Where whas it deposited?). I am not seeing any basis for a "checks only" review in the FFIEC exam manual dedicated to check debits only and have veiwed them only in the context of they will often be in the mix of other debit/credit patterns of layering/integration and will of course be a tool used in forms of ML but kiting and other issues will be picked up in other reports, not the just the AML system. Am I missing something?