Risk Insights and Advisory Fintech Spotlight, Q1 2023

The vendors profiled in this report are active across a range of product categories and services catering to banks.

February 22, 2023 – As financial crime soars, emerging technologies gain ground, the regulatory landscape continues to shift, and the fintech sector rapidly expands. Novel products addressing fraud prevention, AML, and cybersecurity are transforming how risk management professionals achieve their objectives. These innovations leverage emerging technologies, data, and techniques to tackle evolving security threats, rising fraud losses, economic uncertainty, the advent of emerging technologies, and intensifying compliance requirements.

The Risk Insights and Advisory Fintech Spotlight is a series of quarterly reports that look at select emerging fintech vendors active in the fraud prevention, AML, and cybersecurity spaces. The spotlight series provides insight into interesting vendors with strong unique selling points and innovative approaches as partners or competitors. This report profiles the following fintech firms: Entersekt, Facctum, Lucinity, NeuShield, Senzing, and YouMail.

Clients of Aite-Novarica Group’s Fraud & AML and Cybersecurity services can download this report.

This report mentions 46 Labs, Ab Initio Software, Accel-KRR, AireSpring, Bonifii, Brex, byFounders, Capitec Bank, Crowberry Capital, DeNoVo Lab, Endeavor Catalyst, Experian, Finastra, FireEye, First Bank of Colorado, Google, Investec, Karma Ventures, Keen Venture Partners, Kixie, Mandiant, Mastercard, Mutare, Nedbank CIB, Netcetera, Onfido, PAPE Funds, Peeringhub, Piratel, Plus Card, Preceptor Capital, Q2, RMI, Standard Bank, Symantec, Temenos, Vantage Point, Venturing Tech, Veriswitch, VOXOX, Warwick Valley Telephone Company, XCast Labs Inc., and Zelle.

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