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.
In version 1.24 of the IdentityMind platform, we introduced the concept of a risk and compliance dashboard. Our new dashboards were designed to help you improve operations by providing a quick overview of the operational aspects of the risk and compliance efforts that you are most focused on.
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.
The ability to add new customers online while protecting your business from fraud and meeting regulatory requirements is both a necessity and a competitive advantage to any company providing financial services. Traditional financial institutions, remitters, and FinTech companies on-board clients online; especially considering that globalization allows all companies to expand their client base, foregoing the geographical and brick and mortar boundaries that once upon a time constrained your business from growing. Document verification is fundamental to address the identity verification requirements to serve millennials, foreign nationals, foreigners, etc.
Following the 2008 Global Financial Crisis, regulators and policymakers set out to prevent future similar financial crashes. The initiative, however necessary and noble, had unintended consequences, exponentially increasing the compliance burden of financial institutions, increasing the industry requirements and making it difficult for it to serve consumers as intended. Enter Regulatory Technology or RegTech.
Money 2020 in Las Vegas brings you 10,000 participants from over 75 countries, 500 speakers, and 3000+ companies. By bringing in disruptors and innovators across financial services, payments, and e-commerce, Money 2020 promises to deliver some of the most productive days on the industry calendar.
On August 25th, IdentityMind. in conjunction with the Lending Times, hosted a panel discussion in San Francisco, California. The panel was focused on the adoption of RegTech and how it can help companies as they scale. Here’s a look into what was discussed.
Everything from innovation to transaction volume is rapidly increasing in the digital world. And as transaction volume goes so does fraud, money laundering and the cost of regulatory compliance.