Founded in 2018, RegTech firm Aveni claims it is leading a new era of risk assurance by enabling 100% digitisation and automation of the quality assurance process. The firm analyses every customer interaction to drive enhanced data insights, comprehensive risk oversight and process automation.
As 2022 continues to roll-on, there will be new challenges for companies to manage as they enter the second half of the year. What are some of the big regulatory developments to keep an eye on?
As a result of the seismic changes from the pandemic, and a growing ESG movement, the need for an integrated and holistic approach to risk management has never been greater.
It is no secret that regulators around the world are becoming increasingly tougher on financial services companies. There is an unrelenting level of regulation being drafted and fines are hitting eyewatering sums. A report from Finbold pegged fines for non-compliance with AML, KYC and data privacy regulations at a total of €12bn in 2020.
Much like the initial scepticism to credit cards when they were first introduced, there has been some apprehension over the use of e-trust solutions. However, the industry is proving they are secure and effective, and their use is on the rise. Electronic IDentification is on a mission to make digital identity solutions the norm.
Know your customer (KYC) processes have been the lifeblood for compliance teams fighting fraud. However, are they still enough? Kristoff Zammit Ciantar - founder and CEO of KYC Portal, believes its days could be numbered.
Most companies lack the tools and mitigation plans to handle imminent attacks, Kocho helps them fix this.
The level of uncertainty financial institutions have for third-party cyber risk is worrying. Firms have no idea how a company accesses their network and the back doors left open for criminals. CyberGRX was created to fix this.
In order to successfully prevent misconduct and manage risk, companies must foster a customer-centric culture across their teams, and this should work in harmony with the use of AI and automation. This is the basis of Cognitive View’s mission.
There have never been more regulatory pressures for financial institutions than there are now, and it is only getting harder. Every year, regulators release a new batch of legislation or updates to existing mandates, all of which firms need to keep up with.