About a-team Marketing Services

A-Team Insight Blogs

HSBC Extends Partnership with Silent Eight to Include AI-based Transaction Screening Solutions

Subscribe to our newsletter

HSBC has expanded its partnership with Silent Eight, a RegTech firm that partners financial institutions to fight financial crime, with the implementation of the company’s Automated Alert Closure for Transactions, a solution that automates investigation and resolution of alerts in real time. The company already provides HSBC with name screening and adverse media automation solutions.

“In the realm of financial transactions, precision is paramount,” says Chris Pratt, group head of transaction screening at HSBC. “Working with Silent Eight is not only about driving efficiency in screening, but also about ensuring accuracy. Our further investment in Silent Eight technology underscores our strategy to deliver safe automation and improved outcomes for our customers.”

Ben Rayner, regional head for UKI and EMEA at Silent Eight, adds: “HSBC has demonstrated its ongoing commitment to operational excellence and innovation within financial crime. We are proud of our long-standing relationship with the company and its desire to adopt cutting-edge technology to reach its goals.”

Silent Eight uses AI to automate the alert screening investigation and closure process by replicating human reasoning and decision making based on historical case data and continuous learning. It helps financial institutions reduce false positives, increase accuracy, and enhance auditability of compliance operations. The company is headquartered in Singapore, has offices in New York, London, Warsaw, and Bangalore, and names not only HSBC, but also Standard Chartered and First Abu Dhabi Bank among its customers.

Subscribe to our newsletter

Related content

WEBINAR

Upcoming Webinar: How to ensure employees meet fit and proper requirements under global accountability regimes

Date: 17 September 2024 Time: 10:00am ET / 3:00pm London / 4:00pm CET Duration: 50 minutes Fitness and proprietary requirements for employees of financial institutions are not an option, but a regulatory obligation that calls on employers to regularly assess employees’ honesty, integrity and reputation, competence and capability, and financial soundness. In the UK, these...

BLOG

NICE Actimize ARCHIVE-X Offers Single Source Regulatory Record Keeping

NICE Actimize has released ARCHIVE-X, a cloud-based, all communications archiving and records management solution that provides buy-side, sell-side and online trading platforms with one solution to support regulatory requirements for communications archiving and records management. The aim is to help financial institutions achieve more robust records lifecycle management and reduce compliance risk by archiving all...

EVENT

Data Management Summit London

Now in its 14th year, the Data Management Summit (DMS) in London brings together the European capital markets enterprise data management community, to explore how data strategy is evolving to drive business outcomes and speed to market in changing times.

GUIDE

Trading Regulations Handbook 2022

Welcome to the third edition of A-Team Group’s Trading Regulations Handbook, a publication designed to help you gain a full understanding of regulations that have an impact on your trading operations, data and technology. The handbook provides details of each regulation and its requirements, as well as ‘at-a-glance’ summaries, regulatory timelines and compliance deadlines, and...