Five years of of innovation The insights of over 250 clients 40 iterations All of this has led us to IdentityMind 2.0. We’re very proud to be here, launching a new generation of AML transaction monitoring. And, we’re excited to tell you about it. Our compliance and risk management knowledge, marketplace experience, and conversations with […]
Transaction monitoring is the centerpiece of a successful AML compliance program, and is required to meet AML and counter-terrorist financing (CTF) regulations. However, we know that companies have to contend with the high cost of compliance operations, often due to outdated, unreliable compliance systems that hold back potential success. For IdentityMind 2.0, we completely rethought […]
Last week, the SEC asked to speak with us. The SEC has been very active recently, issuing numerous subpoenas. Interestingly, we are not conducting an ICO, presale or SAFT. Instead, we support companies who are, providing Know Your Customer (KYC) support, sometimes called AML/KYC.
Building a product that makes a meaningful difference for our customers is what brings us into the office every day. And, of course releasing our work gets us even more jazzed. Our latest release of the IdentityMind platform (v1.34) is out. It introduces new features to facilitate smoother money-laundering detection and identity proofing. AML Transaction […]
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) recently announced its continued support for providing financial technology firms national banking licenses. On July 19th, Keith Noreika, acting Comptroller of the Currency, said, “We all need the federal banking system to be more inclusive, to accommodate new banks, and to adapt to the changing needs […]
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. The irony of starting a company is that you don’t get to focus on solving the problem(s) you started the firm to […]