P2P companies and online retailers have found success in marketplaces that connect buyers and sellers. Whether for e-commerce, loans, ride sharing, or housing, marketplaces are reducing inefficiencies by both increasing supply and reducing costs.
Online retailers have found that in addition to selling products, letting third party vendors sell on their platform has enabled them to grow by leaps and bounds. For example, Amazon has 2 million third-party sellers and over 50% of all items sold are through them. The benefits to online retailers for having third-party vendors include:
We’re gearing up for Money20/20 in Las Vegas, the unmissable conference for those in payments and financial innovation. With about 12,000 attendees, the four-day show promises insights from hundreds of speakers on a broad range of topics, with valuable discussions and opportunities for start-ups and established companies alike.
Here are the sessions that have caught our eye:
Ever since we started working on Digital Identities in 2012, our focus has been knowing and mitigating the risk of transactions. There is the risk in:
- Financial transactions (payment, deposits, transfers) where there is movement of money
- Onboarding transactions (new customer) where you need to understand whether you should do business with an individual or an organization
- Activity transactions (logins, password changes) where mundane actions may indicate larger concerns
E-Commerce is already nearly ubiquitous, but it is still growing - and very quickly. Where there are transactions online, fraudsters will follow. We've collected this data to show the risk that is growing alongside revenue, so you can stay ahead of threats to your bottom line.
Topics: Fraud Prevention
Recientemente regresamos de K(NO)W Identity Conference 2017 organizada por One World Identity, la primera conferencia enfocada principalmente en identidades digitales y sus aplicaciones.
IMTC USA is just around the corner, and this year’s show has a strong agenda that focuses on how the money transfer industry can use technology to improve. The sessions will discuss how particular technologies can be integrated into the operations of Money Service Businesses (MSB) to:
We recently returned from the K(NO)W Identity Conference hosted by One World Identity, the first major conference focused on digital identities. For years identities have been taken for granted, while most business leaders didn’t realize that they sit at the center of every business transaction in the digital era. Our friends from One World Identity not only recognize this, they also understand that education and collaboration are necessary to unlock the value of digital identities for businesses, regardless of the industry.
U.S. anti-money laundering regulations are extensive, filled with explicit and implicit requests, and require studying. However, the benefit of knowing them is fundamental: It will save you time, money, and maybe your business.
For the past year, it’s been nearly impossible to read a fraud prevention or compliance article without “RegTech” and/or “Machine Learning” in it. In this article, we are going to talk about both; specifically, how the new version of IdentityMind’s platform helps deliver on the RegTech and machine learning promise.