Introduction The release of our 2.0 platform in June marked a fundamental shift in our approach to the detection and analysis for uncovering suspicious activities, as applied to both anti-money laundering (AML) and fraud prevention. We at IdentityMind moved from a transaction-centric to a user-centric platform, focusing on users and their digital identities. As part […]
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 […]
You know what you need to do to make your AML program a success. But, the gap between what you know you need and what you can deliver relegates those plans to the wish list. You’ve tried connecting different systems and data sources but find yourself stuck with a limited system that cannot keep up […]
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 However, we know that companies have to contend with the high cost of compliance operations, often due to outdated, unreliable compliance systems that hold back potential success.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.