Hawk AI, a software developer for issuers, banks, FinTechs and payment firms, has joined the Visa Fintech Partner Connect program.
NetGuardians, an enterprise risk platform helping to combat fraud, has launched its new anti-money laundering (AML) transaction monitoring solution.
Cryptocurrency trading platform X1 has chosen financial crime prevention specialist Resistant AI to improve its AML checks across its platform.
The biggest challenge that compliance teams face with their money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF) risk assessments are gathering the data and evidencing effectiveness.
Hawk:AI, which offers anti-money laundering (AML) surveillance technology, has partnered with Estonian IT company 42flows.tech, to bring AML and fraud surveillance to more global customers.
Face biometric verification and authentication technology developer iProov has partnered with AI-powered computer vision software provider Microblink.
RegTech company Salv will deploy its AML capabilities into Tuum, an API-first and modular core banking platform.
Resistant AI has deployed its AI and machine learning financial crime prevention solution to financial crime risk data and detection technology platform ComplyAdvantage, in a new deal.
In a hyperconnected and digital world, the importance of KYC and AML in finance cannot be understated. For banking, what do these processes include?
It has been over half a century since the Bank Secrecy Act was passed in the US, which was the first piece of US legislation aimed at tackling money laundering. How have regulations in this area changed over time?