NICE Actimize today announced that FACEPOINT, which provides a biometric risk screening engine offering facial recognition technology for advanced KYC and watch list risk screening, has joined its X-Sight Marketplace. FACEPOINT uses facial recognition to disambiguate potential matches, reduce false positive rates and identify emerging threats such as those posed by unnamed persons of interest that are not covered by watchlists. NICE Actimize’s X-Sight Marketplace, which has grown to include more than 60 technology partners, is a financial crime and compliance ecosystem that connects financial services organizations with data, applications, tools and service providers.
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NICE Actimize Offers Advanced Facial Recognition Through FACEPOINT
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HWM Group, a Dublin-based provider of investor services and regulatory solutions to alternative and retail fund administrators, has acquired the assets of Koger Inc., a global supplier of fund administration software. The acquisition strengthens HWM’s offerings in the fund administration and transfer agency technology space, allowing it to offer expanded fund administration and regulatory compliance...
The Data Management Summit Virtual brings together the global data management community to share lessons learned, best practice guidance and latest innovations to emerge from the recent crisis. Hear from leading data practitioners and innovators from the UK, US and Europe who will share insights into how they are pushing the boundaries with data to deliver value with flexible but resilient data driven strategies.
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