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Non-performing assets is among the top pain points for financial institutions. AI and Machine Learning based technology can help banks with smarter NPA management.
How banking fraud comes in the way of customer experience plus a few tips for superior CX.
The tax frauds scenario (in the US) and how financial institutions and regulators can use an AI-based defense mechanism to combat tax dodgers.
While it offers massive convenience, digital wallets are as vulnerable to fraud as other banking channels. Here’s an overview of the Indian digital wallets landscape with some insightful tips on reducing vulnerabilities.
When an unauthorized charge is made in a location other than the one specified by customer, it can be detected automatically. See how location based authentication works in detecting fraud.
Artificial Intelligence or Blockchain or Regtech? What will take the spotlight next year? As 2017 comes to a close, here’s a preview of the top 10 drivers in the year ahead.
From driverless cars to virtual personal assistants, AI is transforming industry sectors but not really when it comes to banking regulatory compliance. With 300+ million regulatory documents expected to be published by 2020, implementing AI-based regtech early can help accelerate compliance efficiencies.
80% of bankers believe that AI will revolutionize the way information is gathered and expect AI to accelerate better customer experience. See the stats and how AI is set to transform customer experience in banks.
Just how rampant is insider fraud and why are banking and financial institutions having such a difficult time preventing it? Take a look at this new infographic.
While the generic benefits of Big Data Analytics are known, applying it in the context of banking for fraud prevention and cross-sell must be approached differently.
Worldwide, banks have paid over $300 billion in fines since 2008 and this number is set to increase. Regulators have been pressurizing financial institutions to follow compliances stringently and quickly.
Cybercrime is a relatively new term in the lexicon of criminal terminology. Cybercrime came about after the financial sector especially banking introduced technology for its banking operations in the late ‘90s.