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Wie steht es um die Geldwäschebekämpfung in Deutschland? Unser CEO, Tobias Schweiger, liefert spannende Einblicke – und zeigt, warum neue Technologien der Schlüssel zum Erfolg sind.
Hawk AI is pleased to announce the appointment of AML/Fraud industry veteran Steve Liu as General Manager for the United States. In his role, Liu will be responsible for driving growth in the United States and the Americas more broadly.
As the NFT market gains momentum, market participants need to be aware of, and prepared for, stronger regulation and potential enforcement actions within the field of Anti-Financial Crime (AFC).
Hawk AI announced a new partnership with Weavr, the technology company that makes it simple for any business to embed financial services into their digital applications.
With the partnership, Hawk AI’s AI-powered AML Transaction Monitoring will help COMO Global S.A. identify red flags using a comprehensive set of rules in combination with behavioral analytics. This early detection of suspicious activity is vital to surface new cases before they become real threats.
HAWK:AI, Germany’s leading provider of anti-money laundering surveillance technology for banks, payment companies and fintech, today announced a new partnership with IXOPAY, The industry-leading payment orchestration platform and white label solution.
HAWK:AI, Germany’s leading provider of anti-money laundering surveillance technology for banks, payment companies and fintechs, today announced a new partnership with amnis, the simple, fast, and affordable international payment platform for SMEs.
One of the key responsibilities for payment providers under anti-money laundering (AML) regulations is to monitor transactions. We’re going to explore what that involves and how HAWK:AI can help streamline the process.
HAWK:AI has been recognized as one of the top 100 RegTech (Regulatory Technology) companies in the world by the RegTech 100 in a highly competitive field.
On 18 November, our CEO Tobias Schweiger voiced key considerations on “Building future state of transaction monitoring & reporting – emerging ways to detect & disrupt financial crime”.