Chartis Names FICO a Category Leader in Enterprise Fraud and AML Solutions
FICO was named a Category Leader in enterprise fraud solutions and anti-money laundering (AML) solutions by research firm Chartis Research * Category Leaders are defined by Chartis as having high market potential and completeness of offering * FICO offers enterprise fraud management solutions, financial crime management solutions and cybersecurity solutions.
Bangalore | Written by: BNN Team | Updated: 11-09-2017 | Views: 8
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Silicon Valley analytic software firm FICO today announced that it has been named a Category Leader in financial crime risk management solutions by research firm Chartis Research. Their report Financial Crime Risk Management Solutions: Market Update 2017 discusses the increased reporting requirements for financial institutions and the need to use analytics to map out increasingly complex relationships.
“For FIs, managing these efficiently and effectively can be costly and complex,” the report states. “Alongside pressure from regulators – and financial crime itself – processing the increasing volume, variety and velocity of the data FIs now need requires customized, cutting-edge technology.”
“The Chartis report calls out the priority for using advanced analytics and artificial intelligence to map out relationships between entities and to perform transaction-level analysis,” said Bob Shiflet, vice president for fraud and financial crime solutions at FICO. “We have been pioneering the use of AI in fraud detection for 25 years, and have recently applied it to entity resolution, AML and cybersecurity. Nobody in the market knows better how to apply AI and machine learning to get results in financial crime risk management.”
FICO’s portfolio of enterprise fraud solutions includes the FICO® Falcon® Platform, which protects 2.6 billion payment cards worldwide, and the FICO® TONBELLER® Siron® Anti-Financial Crime Suite. FICO has introduced AI models for AML and KYC to better detect money laundering and more efficiently operationalize teams to stop this activity.