Alpian taps Napier for risk management platform offering


Swiss digital private bank Alpian has partnered with Napier to implement the latter’s end-to-end risk management platform for the bank.

Napier will supply Alpian with its full suite of financial crime compliance technology solutions through its intelligent compliance platform, Napier Continuum, offering full AI-enhanced risk management capabilities across the entire risk profile of Alpian customers.

Alpian’s platform caters to the banking needs of the mass affluent client segment, and combines everyday banking with personalised investment services through its mobile app.

Napier Continuum will bring together core AML functions, including transaction monitoring, customer and transaction screening, as well as advanced risk assessment tools, ongoing AI-enhanced reviews, and intuitive reporting functionalities.

According to Napier, Alpian will reap the benefits of Napier’s AI-powered risk management solutions that will scale with its requirements, allowing it to respond nimbly to any evolving client or regulatory requirements.

Alpian CEO and co-founder Schuyler Weiss said, “Switzerland has some of the strictest banking regulations in the world and, as its first digital private bank ensuring we’re fully compliant is critical. But for us, it’s also about delivering the highest possible level of security for our customers and ensuring a seamless user experience.

“Partnering with Napier arms Alpian with the most advanced compliance technology in the market, enabling us to meet and exceed the benchmark of the regulators, as well as deliver a trusted service to our customers.”

Napier CEO Greg Watson added, “We’re delighted to partner with Alpian to build its financial crime risk management strategy. Alpian are one of those organisations that we get excited to work with because we share that ethos of championing technological innovation. This partnership will help them futureproof their operations and support their global growth.”

Alpian recently partnered with Visa to allow the company to issue its exclusive metal debit card in Switzerland.

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