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UK firms spending £22k each hour on fighting fraud
UK financial services organisations are collectively spending £32.4bn each year on financial crime compliance (FCC), according to a report from LexisNexis Risk Solutions.
Assetz Capital bolster financial crime management with LexisNexis
Assetz Capital, a UK-based peer-to-peer lending marketplace, has partnered with LexisNexis Risk Solutions to address its financial crime management.
SMB lending fraud rises in US – LexisNexis study reveals
Small and midsize business (SMB) lending fraud has increased by 6.9% in the US since 2020, according to a new report from LexisNexis Risk Solutions.
LexisNexis unveils new tool to fight email fraud
The news are coming strong and fast now for LexisNexis. Yesterday we reported that the company had inked a new deal with Nuggets and now it has unveiled a new email fraud prevention tool.
LexisNexis inks deal with Nuggets to boost adoption of self-sovereign digital...
Data and analytics platform LexisNexis Risk Solutions has formed a partnership with Nuggets to support the implementation of self-sovereign digital identity (SSI) solution.
How has cybercrime changed during the coronavirus pandemic?
Covid-19 has changed how cyber criminals operate, but maybe not in the way you think, according to a new report.
Financial crime compliance efforts cost financial institutions around the world $180.9bn...
While financial crime is a global problem, the US and European market are paying the most to prevent it.
LexisNexis Risk Solutions to boost insight generation through ID Analytics acquisition
LexisNexis Risk Solutions has agreed to acquire ID Analytics, a provider of credit and fraud risk solutions.
AML compliance costs firms $25.3bn per year
Anti-money laundering compliance is costing US financial services organisations $25.3bn per year, according to a new report.
LexisNexis partners with iMeta to fight financial crime
LexisNexis Risk Solutions has partnered with iMeta Technologies in a bid to reduce financial crime risk for financial institutions.