The winners of Central Banking’s 2020 FinTech and RegTech Global Awards were unveiled on October 28 in an online ceremony. Across 21 categories, the awards recognise the central banks and private firms that are at the cutting edge of technology, from artificial intelligence to cloud integration, the promotion of fintech and new applications of data.
Exiger, a US-based RegTech and risk intelligence company, is proud to announce that they have won the award for Best Anti-Money Laundering Technology. Over the past 6 years, Exiger has been providing financial firms and regulators with global governance, risk and compliance solutions to identify and manage financial crime at scale with assistance from their tech products, Insight 3PM and DDIQ.
“Our solutions align with central banks’ mission by utilising artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled data analytics to identify high-risk indicators with greater accuracy and coverage through a transparent AI-driven decision-making process,” says the President of Exiger Tech, Brendan Galla.
The platform uses AI to read, understand and analyse content in more than 30 different languages, with the same approach and reasoning as a human, but without the constraints. It has been trained by Exiger’s veteran compliance and investigations professionals and is able to identify and monitor financial crime risk hidden in the open web, watchlists and news media. “All steps in the process are documented in an explainable and auditable way to meet the requirements of regulators and compliance departments,” says Galla.
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