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The IdentityMind Blog

AML Compliance For Everyone: A RegTech Webstore that enables FinTech’s Financial Inclusion

September 11, 2018

The IdentityMind RegTech Webstore offers anti-money laundering (AML) capabilities accessible to every FinTech and Financial Institution worldwide to jumpstart their AML compliance program cost-effectively. I started working on compliance solutions because it was an obvious application of our core technology and philosophy of digital identities. I didn’t know much about compliance when I started (I […]


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Transaction Monitoring for Anti-Money Laundering based on Digital Identities

August 20, 2018

Regulatory bodies worldwide recommend a risk-based approach to AML for traditional financial organizations as well as FinTechs. A risk-based approach simply means that how you evaluate a transaction is informed by the risk factors associated with such transaction. In the U.S., the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) advocates a risk-based approach, and internationally, the Financial Action Task Force […]


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Trusted Digital Identities — Creating a Common Framework for Proofing, Monitoring, and Trusting Identities

May 16, 2018

For those of us who have been creating and developing products for years, there is nothing more difficult than having your product not map to a specific category or defined by an analyst firm. Few companies succeed in creating a new market category by themselves. And, not having a category can complicate explaining what your […]


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Reducing the Burden of GDPR Compliance Cost

March 16, 2018

When we began designing our now patented Digital Identity technology — Electronic DNA (eDNA™) — one of the first discussions we had was how to build a technology that created a digital identity, while preserving individual’s privacy. Our principles were very clear and have not changed: our technology doesn’t store or disclose information that could compromise an individual’s identity. […]


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Webinar: Kill Excel

February 23, 2018

Financial institutions that need to perform transaction monitoring for anti-money laundering (AML) tend to start using spreadsheet tools like Microsoft® Excel to record, evaluate, and report to the regulatory bodies. However, as operations grow, the limitations of Excel become apparent very quickly.


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