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Synthetic identity theft is the fastest growing financial crime in the United States, and it poses serious risks for financial institutions (FIs) that are looking to streamline their customer onboarding in an effort to scale customer acquisition. Example industries include neo-banks, BNPL providers, and non-bank FIs with credit card products. Criminals can create “synthetic” identities to avoid detection by combining legitimate information, fabricated data, and online activity.
October 16, 2021
According to the 2021 True Cost of Financial Crime Compliance report, financial institutions spent $213.9 billion on regulatory compliance in 2020, up from $180.9 billion the previous year. These costs are expected to continue climbing — and the increased expenses will reduce productivity in APAC, EMEA and Latin America.
October 08, 2021
Not only is address verification an important tool for fraud prevention, it can also be used to improve customer service by pre-filling forms, updating internal records, and making other enhancements to the user experience. However, companies need to actively monitor the accuracy of their records
October 08, 2021
Last week, the Demyst team attended the Marketplace Risk Management Conference in San Francisco attended by notable players such as AirBnB, Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash, as well as dozens of emerging players and service providers (external data providers, legal firms, insurers, etc.). There was a notable buzz in the air as marketplaces, particularly in the ridesharing industry, are aiming for a strong comeback as economies recover from the slump associated with the pandemic. And as it was our first conference in a while, we welcomed it!
September 20, 2021