ING Leverages Graph Technology to Identify Suspicious Activity

The bank is developing its data analytics platform, Hunter, to better identify financial crime.


ING is adding graph technology to its data analytics platform, Hunter, to better detect suspicious activity in transactional data.

Graph technology is a method of storing data that shows the different relationships between data points. For instance, in financial services, analysts can use it to better understand connections between entities and products, which can help to detect anomalies. Annerie Vreugdenhil, chief innovation officer (CIO) of wholesale banking at ING, says new advancements in

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The IMD Wrap: The growing data catalogue space

With their potential to manage costs and surface strategic datasets, it’s no wonder Max gets excited about data catalogs. This week, he takes a look at a new startup entering the space.

The IMD Wrap: Taking stock of inventory management

With market data and associated costs typically representing a firm’s third-largest expense, there’s a lot of incentive to manage data and its usage more efficiently. Max flings open his fridge to illustrate what’s new in this space.

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