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Cloud enabled Financial Risk Platform Feedzai and Berlin’s BaaS Fintech SolarisBank Announce Partnership

Feedzai, a US Cloud-powered financial risk management platform, and Berlin’s Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) service provider Solarisbank have entered a multi-year partnership (announced at Money20/20 Europe). Through the partnership, Solarisbank will be leveraging Feedzai’s innovative tech, which will allow them to apply a proper risk management approach… Read More

Synctera Introduces Payment Card and Fraud Prevention Services, Signs Up Plaid, Feedzai, Finix as Partners

Synctera, a new solution for partnership banking at scale, reveals that it has introduced two key services, Synctera Card and Synctera Fraud. The company also confirmed the signing of Fintech Plaid, Feedzai, and Finix as strategic business partners. Synctera Card, which has been launched after… Read More

Financial Risk Management Platform Feedzai Buys Revelock

Financial risk management platform Feedzai has acquired Revelock a biometric ID platform. Revelock technology will be immediately integrated into the core Feedzai platform with historical behavioral biometric intelligence available.  Feedzai claims the purchase has created the world’s largest AI-powered financial risk management platform calling the… Read More

Financial Risk Fintech Feedzai Raises $200 Million led by KKR, Valuation Tops $1 Billion

Feedzai, a cloud-based financial risk management platform, has raised a $200 million Series D round led by KKR, with participation from existing investors Sapphire Ventures, and Citi Ventures. Feedzai said the funding placed a valuation on the firm in excess of $1 billion. The company… Read More

Banking Circle Survey: 42% of Senior Bankers Say Outdated Tech Is Major Hurdle in Adopting AI to Improve AML Processes

Banking Circle, a financial infrastructure developer, notes that the rapid and widespread digital adoption by banking clients, and the accelerated digitalization across financial services following the COVID-19 outbreak have “expanded the opportunity for fraud.” Criminals are increasingly exploiting “gaps” found between digital solutions or platforms,… Read More

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