Subscribe to our blog
Get ahead with our award-winning insights on the latest developments in the fraud and compliance landscape. Enter your email below to receive our blog posts directly to your inbox.

The IdentityMind Blog

IdentityMind Adds OpenCorporates to its Technology Partner Data Ecosystem

May 6, 2020

OpenCorporates’ Company Data Now Available Through the IdentityMind Platform for Automated KYB PALO ALTO, Calif., May 4, 2020 — IdentityMind today announced that data from  OpenCorporates, the largest open database of companies in the world, has been added to the IdentityMind Data Ecosystem. This will provide additional capabilities within IdentityMind’s Know Your Business (KYB) solution. […]


Read More

Reviewing a Sanctions Match: Using the IdentityMind Platform to Decide What To Do

December 5, 2019

The first obvious thing to point out is that deciding what to do with a transaction depends on the use case. For example a transaction that needs to be manually reviewed because the user behind the transaction is exhibiting abnormal behavior has different requirements that a transaction being executed by a user that has matched […]


Read More

Can’t Miss Sessions at Money20/20 2019 Las Vegas

October 17, 2019

We’ve been going to Money 20/20 for a long time. For a company that focuses on reducing risk and increasing the effectiveness of Anti-Money laundering (AML), Know Your Customer (KYC), sanctions and PEP screening, and Identity Proofing efforts, Money 20/20 is a great fit. We’ve met a wide variety of companies big and small focused […]


Read More

Automated Review Policy – Effective Reduction of False Positives

August 8, 2019

Introduction to Automated Review Policy Last week, we received a patent for our Automated Review Policy. Automated Review Policy, or ARP, is a way to look at “risky” data and remove the cases that aren’t, in fact, risky for the business. So, in other words, it’s a way to “Accept” more. We were excited about […]


Read More

Why Getting 6,000 Sanctions Screening Matches Is a Good Thing

March 15, 2018

Regulated institutions are required to screen potential and existing client data against lists of people, countries and business entities they are forbidden from working with. These lists are provided by domestic and international regulatory bodies, such as the US Treasury’s Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC), or the UK’s Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI). […]


Read More

Are you a FinTech Start-Up? Know Which AML Regulations Apply to You

March 23, 2017

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 […]


Read More