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Fintrail Solutions Launches Financial Crime Forum

US-based financial crime consultancy Fintrail Solutions has launched the US chapter of the FinTech FinCrime Exchange (FFE), a free members forum already operating in Europe which brings together a network of fintech firms to collaborate on the best practices in financial crime risk management and create a globally connected community in the fight against financial crime.

“Currently, there is no platform in the United States where financial technology and regulatory technology firms can share information and learn from each other,” said Julie Myers Wood, Fintrail Solutions Co-Founder. “This new chapter of the FFE changes that.”

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