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Clari5 Category Leader in Chartis Research RiskTech Quadrant™ for Entity Management & Analytics Solutions 2022

As FIs take a clearer and more holistic view of intersecting operational and other risks, entity management is emerging as a valuable tool to enable this. Chartis Research’s latest report examines the main trends in this market, and analyses the vendor landscape.

The report explores how vendors are helping financial crime risk management (FCRM) teams incorporate entity management capabilities, and how such functionality as RPA, ‘human-in-the-loop’ AI modeling operations and workflow orchestration are powering next-generation data-management programs.

The report positions entity management and analytics solution vendors as ‘best of breed solutions’, ‘point solutions’, ‘enterprise solutions’ and ‘category leaders’ based on market potential and completeness of offering.

Clari5 is positioned among category leaders for entity management and analytics solutions.

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Clari5 Wins Global Brands Magazine’s ‘Most Innovative Real-time Financial Crime Technology Brand, Global-2022’ Award

Headquartered in the UK, Global Brands Magazine (GBM) is a leading brands magazine, providing insights on brands across the world. A fully autonomous magazine focused on leading brands, GBM is a valuable source of information across industries. For over a decade, GBM has been recognizing outstanding brands among industry sectors. GBM’s Global Brand Awards honors companies that have established strong brands in vital industry sectors, including Fintech.

Clari5 has won Global Brand Magazine’s ‘Most Innovative Real-time Financial Crime Technology Brand, Global-2022’ award in the Fintech awards category. Clari5 received this honor for its commitment to innovation, quality, branding initiatives, customer service & performance globally. Read More

Why a Customer Intelligent Platform Is The First Step For Saudi Arabian Banks Working Towards PDPL Compliance?

The Middle East’s data protection regulatory landscape continues to evolve with Saudi Arabia’s newly published Personal Data Protection Law (PDPL) – a first of its kind mandate. The new regulation urges organisations, especially banks, to be responsible custodians of their customers’ data and automate privacy and security operations. To operationalise compliance, banks need to first have in place a real-time, enterprise-wide customer intelligence framework to keep pace with the current digital landscape. Read More