Risk Insights and Advisory Fintech Spotlight: Q4 2022

Fintech firms continue to develop innovative and disruptive approaches to an array of challenges across financial services.  

October 25, 2022 – As financial crime soars and the regulatory landscape continues to shift, the fintech sector rapidly expands, and emerging technologies gain ground. Novel products addressing fraud prevention, anti-money laundering, and cybersecurity are transforming how risk management professionals achieve their objectives. These innovations leverage new technologies, data, and techniques to tackle evolving security threats, rising fraud losses, the advent of other emerging technologies, and intensifying compliance requirements.

Aite-Novarica Group’s Fraud & AML and Cybersecurity teams have profiled seven vendors in this fourth quarterly edition of the Risk Insights and Advisory Fintech Spotlight. The featured vendors are active across a range of product categories and services aimed at financial institutions and other fintech firms, specifically in the fraud, AML, and cybersecurity areas. This report profiles the following vendors: HAWK:AI, Refine Intelligence, Sayari, Spec, SpyCloud, Unum ID, and Zimperium.

This 42-page Impact Report contains one figure and 14 tables. Clients of Aite-Novarica Group’s Cybersecurity or Fraud & AML service can download this report and the corresponding charts.

This report mentions 1414 Ventures, Altos Ventures, Arsenal Growth Equity, BB Americas Bank, BlackBerry, Blackfin Capital Partners, Callsign, Carbon Black, Centana Growth Partners, Coca-Cola, Cyber Mentor Fund, Diebold Nixdorf, Draper Associates, Dreamit Securetech, Facebook, FireEye, Franklin Templeton, Glilot Capital, GroundUp, HyperVerge, iBAN-X, Indiegogo, In-Q-Tel, Ivanti, Lavrock Ventures, Liberty 77 Capital, Liberty Strategic Capital, M12, Mambu, March Capital, Microsoft, MissionOG, Moss, North American Bancard, Outliers Ventures, PayPal, Picus Capital, Rally Ventures, Ratepay, Samsung NEXT, SAP National Security Services, SentinelOne, Sift, SignalFire, Signal Sciences, Silverton Partners, SoftBank, Sumsub, SYN Ventures, Task Force X Capital, Trellix, Tuum, VMware, and Weavr.

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