Regulatory-ready Anti-Money Laundering Automation.
Designed by Compliance Specialists for Fintech & Crypto.
Powered by AI.
Detects more criminals
Significantly reduces costs & customer friction
Complies with regulations
END-TO-END AML COMPLIANCE FOR:
CleverChain can reduce 60-80% of costs while significantly improving criminal detection
Integrates every leader data provider in a single customer view by enriching data with unique business intelligence
Provides perpetual automated customer reviews (pKYC) monitoring, screening and risk assessing in real-time when new information emerge.
Empowers clients to define automated bulk treatment strategies based on own risk appetite.
Holistic & Dynamic Engine
Internal customer data is complemented with updated external intelligence
Explainable AI and ML algorithms
To identify true high-risk behaviours, common good and bad patterns
For the vast majority of customers who are behaving in line with expectations
Improved Accuracy and Quality
While allowing for huge cost reduction due to end-to-end intelligent automation
Significant False Positive Reduction
While improving frictionless customer experience and reducing the volume of complaints
The use of digital banking has been boosted by Covid thanks to significantly more data readily available
We provide an easy method for FIs, Fintechs and Crypto assets companies to comply with regulations while automating controls in a transparent and explainable way.
This leads to over 70% effort/cost savings by removing a significant amount of low-value manual effort while at the same time avoiding regulatory fines.
We remove the need of asking customers unneeded requests information/data that can be gathered automatically, avoiding blocked accounts for non-respondents and minimising exits.
CleverChain was founded by a team of compliance specialists and thought leaders who have invented and successfully delivered the first fully automated Perpetual KYC solution for the largest UK Retail Bank.
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