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What The Launch of PIX means for Brazil’s Banks

  • Fraud prevention

Brazil’s instant payment scheme, PIX, officially launches in November 2020. The system will operate on a 24/7/365 schedule and enables banking customers to make instant transfers in just a few seconds. Transfers can be initiated using either a QR code or personally identifiable information like


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Hong Kong Banks Need To Look Beyond TM-E-1

  • Challenger Banks

Hong Kong’s banking landscape will look very different when updated TM-E-1 regulations from the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) go into effect next month. The new regulations are a response to the growth of eBanking services and are designed to provide Hong Kong banks with


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Fighting Fraud at the Speed of LightGBM

  • Artificial Intelligence

What kind of difference can LightGBM make in fighting fraud? In a word: huge. In a number: $150 million saved in potential losses. One of the world’s most recognizable card networks turned to Feedzai with an interesting challenge. After a lengthy period of trying, their


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Instant Transfers vs. Traditional Transfers

  • Fraud prevention

Think of most traditional transfer types as electronic transfers of money that use a network. These transfers are usually traditional bank-to-bank transfers where money is moved typically within 1-2 business days. With instant transfers, customers are able to make convenient payments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and funds are almost always immediately available.


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Understanding AI Bias in Banking

  • ethical AI

As banks invest in artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to improve their services they must understand how AI bias can influence their operations, public perceptions, and their customers’ lives. Follow the blog for the latest trends in ethical AI and delve into other posts on this


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AML 201: Why banks should care about dark money

  • Anti-Money Laundering

The latest figures from the United Nations’ Office on Drugs and Crime paint a stark picture of global anti-money laundering (AML) efforts. On the low end, the estimated value of money laundered in just one year is close to $800 billion. Higher estimates put the


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4 Challenges Canada’s Payments Modernization Will Bring to Financial Institutions

  • Fraud prevention

Canada’s Payments Modernization initiative – which will bring a faster payments system to the country’s financial infrastructure – is currently expected to go live by 2022. Financial Institutions (FIs) will be able to provide new services to their customers once the Modernization initiative is complete,


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COVID-19 & The New Rules for Building Digital Trust

  • Digital Transformation

COVID-19 presents an opportunity for banks to build a new level of digital trust with their customers. As the pandemic causes massive disruptions across all elements of everyday life, the banks, FinTechs, and financial institutions (FIs) that can quickly adjust to the realities of the


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