Following its acquisition of digital banking SaaS company Kony last year, Temenos will be updating the UX across all its products.
A look at some of the past week’s financial technology news.
R3's Ivar Wiersma explains how the banking industry is moving toward a self-sovereign identity model.
EKGs will allow financial firms to take advantage of new and existing datasets to serve purposes from upselling, AML and KYC, and regulatory reporting.
The chat and collaboration platform will tap into the trade and client lifecycle management spaces, beginning with an identity management service.
The firm is testing the tool with a few clients before making it available to a broader audience.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
The data quality and matching specialist is testing an entity resolution model for better transparency and explainability.
The exchange says its function may evolve from a traditional market infrastructure provider to managing decentralized networks.
Oracle is using deep learning to find matching patterns for graph analytics within its compliance platform.
The company is combining different data sources to help users spot market abuse and manipulation.
Catch up on some of the past week's financial technology news.
The bank is rolling out a project using machine learning and natural-language processing for KYC and AML activities.
Anthony wonders whether capital markets firms are ready for the advent of deepfakes and how that relates to KYC issues.
Bureau Van Dijk's Compliance Catalyst has been rebuilt ahead of plans to move the platform to the cloud, as well as navigate the EU's fifth anti-money laundering directive.
The pace of technological and regulatory change is fast for KYC/AML compliance, and criminals are keeping pace.
The French bank plans to make its KYC offering available to external clients by the end of the year as it continues to enhance SG Markets.
The API was recently made available to all registry customers, with plans to offer a 'proactive API' next year to push new and updated data.
The new data sources integrated into World-Check One can assist banks in their AML/KYC processes and trade finance deals.
The firm is experimenting with the technology, which is slowly being rolled out at retail banks and big tech companies.
The vendor plans to use mobile data for KYC in Southeast Asia.
Despite technological advancements, the onboarding process is still a slog. Banks and vendors are trying to change that.
Bloomberg’s SSEOMS will dissolve by April 2021, which means its clients are on the prowl for alternatives.