In The News
Thinking Outside the Black Box: Why AI in AML makes sense.
Bank News, January 11, 2019
Recently, federal regulatory agencies issued a joint statement that, boiled down, encourages financial institutions to take advantage of the possibilities artificial intelligence (among other new technologies) might offer banks in meeting their Bank Secrecy Act/anti-money laundering compliance requirements.
How a Wayne company sold its tech to a Chinese-American bank
Technical.ly Philly, December 20, 2018
Wayne-based QuantaVerse, makers of an artificial intelligence-based platform that tracks risky financial transactions, landed a new client in Cathay Bank, a California-based Chinese-American bank.
Do Board Actions Reflect Mounting Concerns About Compliance?
Agenda.com (A Financial Times Service), December 17, 2018
And that is a promise of artificial intelligence — to expose risks that wouldn’t otherwise be uncovered, says David McLaughlin, CEO of QuantaVerse, which relies on data science and AI to help companies better identify financial crimes.
Cathay Bank Partnered with QuantaVerse
FinTechInShorts.com, November 29 2018
Cathay Bank partnered with QuantaVerse to reduce costly manual financial crime investigations by using QuantaVerse’s anti-money laundering (AML) platform.
Cathay Bank Selects QuantaVerse AI Financial Crime Solutions
Financial IT, November 28, 2018
Cathay Bank will deploy QuantaVerse solutions to improve the effectiveness of its AML compliance program and financial crime investigations while expanding its correspondent banking services.
QuantaVerse to offer AML suite to Cathay Bank
The Paypers, November 28, 2018
QuantaVerse has signed an agreement with Cathay General Bancorp to offer its fully built and tested anti-money laundering (AML) platform to reduce manual financial crime investigations.
Cathay Bank picks QuantaVerse to combat crime
Banking Tech, November 28, 2018
The banking institution selected QuantaVerse’s artificial intelligence (AI) financial crime solutions as a “fully built and tested” anti-money laundering (AML) platform to reduce manual financial crime investigations.
Cathay Bank selects QuantaVerse AI financial crime tech
Finextra, November 27, 2018
Cathay Bank selected QuantaVerse’s AI financial crime solutions as a fully built and tested anti-money laundering (AML) platform to reduce costly, manual financial crime investigations.
Financial Crimecast: An AI and AML Update with QuantaVerse CEO David McLaughlin
ACFCS, October 16, 2018
In our latest podcast, we are talking with David McLaughlin, the CEO and founder of QuantaVerse, which uses data science and artificial intelligence (AI) to help institutions better identify financial crimes.
Q&A: FIBA talks AML compliance, risk in LatAm
Latin Finance Magazine, August 23, 2018
Costs related to money laundering
Miami Vice: This bank’s using AI to Thwart Financial Crime
American Banker, August 9, 2018
One of the largest banks in Florida and the largest Chilean-owned bank in the U.S. said this week it is beginning to use artificial intelligence software to detect financial crime. Bci Miami is one of the first banks in the U.S. to publicly acknowledge using AI this way, when many still consider the technology to be new, risky and unsanctioned by regulators.
QuantaVerse to Mitigate AML risk for Bci Miami Branch
The Paypers, August 8, 2018
QuantaVerse has signed an agreement with Banco de Credito e Inversiones (Bci) Miami Branch to help the bank mitigate risk, automate investigations and meet AML compliance. QuantaVerse is an artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions company specialized in identifying financial crimes.
Miami bank branch adopts artificial intelligence to combat money laundering
South Florida Business Journal, August 8, 2018
The Miami branch of Chile-based Banco de Credito e Inversiones (BCI) will begin using artificial intelligence to combat financial crimes and streamline its anti-money laundering investigations, the AI provider announced Tuesday.
Banco de Credito e Inversiones Taps QuantaVerse to Outfit Miami Branch
IBS Intelligence, August 8, 2018
Banco de Credito e Inversiones (Bci) has signed a three-year agreement with AI solutions vendor QuantaVerse for its Miami branch. Bci Miami Branch selected the QuantaVerse AI Financial Crime Solutions as an additional tool to mitigate risk, automate investigations and meet anti-money laundering (AML) compliance requirements.
Banco de Credito e Inversiones picks QuantaVerse for Miami branch
FinExtra, August 7, 2018
QuantaVerse, the first in the market with artificial intelligence (AI) solutions purpose-built for identifying financial crimes, today announced it has signed a three-year agreement with the Banco de Credito e Inversiones (Bci) for its United States Branch.
Wayne-based startup, using AI to detect financial crimes, lands major customer
Philadelphia Business Journal, August 7, 2018
After quietly putting its AI-powered software to work detecting financial crimes for more than a dozen global banks over the past two years, Wayne-based QuantaVerse announced Tuesday a noteworthy customer — the largest Chilean bank operating in the United States.
QuantaVerse Financial Crime Report simplifies FinCEN SAR filings
Compliance Week, July 16, 2018
QuantaVerse, the first in the market with artificial intelligence (AI) solutions purpose-built for identifying financial crimes, helps financial institutions file timely and accurate suspicious activity reports (SARs) that match FinCEN’s recently revamped SAR filing format in the BSA E-Filing System
The QuantaVerse Automated Financial Crime Report Addresses New FinCEN Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) Format
FinTech Finance, July 10, 2018
The QuantaVerse Financial Crime Report automatically compiles information relevant for filing SARs including content related to FinCEN’s newly recommended fields and categories such as geographic targeting orders, IP address date/timestamping, and new/modified subtype selections associated with structuring, fraud, money laundering, gaming, identification/documentation, securities and mortgage fraud.
Crypto Laundering: AML Regs Tighten
FinOps Report, June 27, 2018
QuantaVerse says that its artificial intelligence-based financial crime platform can collate customer data from transaction monitoring systems, know-your-customer databases, multiple lines of business, the deep web and other sources to generate red flags indicating suspicious activity.
Tech Disruptors: David McLaughlin, QuantaVerse
Philadelphia Business Journal, May 3, 2018
The AI-powered technology QuantaVerse has developed enables banks, corporations and other financial institutions to track down bad actors.
How the finance industry uses AI to mitigate fraud
Outside Insight, April 12, 2018
QuantaVerse is the first financial crime detecting platform with AI solutions that is purpose-built for identifying financial and other crimes through audit investigations.
April 10, 2018
Podcast: Malfeasance Prevention and Detection for Greater Profitability
Fighting crime with AI? Sounds like a great sci-fi movie, but it’s a reality. QuantaVerse uses next-gen AI systems to help root out fraud and other financial malfeasance. You’ve heard the saying, ‘follow the money.’ But do you also know the breadth of positive changes that can happen in a society where financial fraud is eliminated?
How a Main Line company helps banks crack down on human traffickers
March 30, 2018
QuantaVerse, founded in 2014, combines data science with artificial intelligence in order to track and identify transactions by shady users: like money launderers, terrorist financiers or, as shown in a documentary released last week by The Economist, human traffickers.
How Artificial Intelligence Can Help Overcome Challenges in Correspondent Banking Relationships
March 20, 2018
Artificial intelligence-based systems, unlike TMS, can detect patterns of behavior, analyze the intent of those patterns and expose anomalous activities. For example, transactions that do not follow the usual frequency and directional patterns expected for a given type of account may not be flagged by a TMS, but would be identified with an effective AI solution.
How can banks be used to stop human trafficking?
March 20, 2018
Human trafficking is devastating for the victims but low-risk for the criminals, whose activities are largely hidden from view. To disrupt it, law enforcement is turning to some unlikely new partners—banks.
AI as new tool in banks’ crime-fighting bag?
March 12, 2018
Other providers of AI-driven AML software include Zest, Merlon Intelligence, QuantaVerse and Attivio. In February, Nice Actimize released a new version of its AML software that has a machine learning component that does anomaly detection and clustering.
February 21, 2018
QuantaVerse Prospers from Increased Adoption of Artificial Intelligence
QuantaVerse, the first in the market with artificial intelligence (AI) solutions purpose-built for identifying financial crimes, finished 2017 strong as adoption of AI and machine learning to identify suspicious financial activity continues to accelerate.
Februrary 19, 2018
Center for Global Development
Fixing AML: Can New Technology Help Address the De-risking Dilemma?
David McLaughlin, CEO of QuantaVerse, describes a situation in which one of his company’s programs flagged a transaction between a computer manufacturer and a casino. While casinos are major purchasers of IT equipment, the machine learning program saw that the money was flowing from the manufacturer to the casino, not the other way around. Because the algorithm had never seen this before, it flagged the transaction for further investigation, whereupon suspicious activities were discovered.
January 11, 2018
Using AI to Fight Crime: The Terrorism, Trafficking And Money Laundering Links
“Financial institutions can now expand into regions that were once considered to be too fraught with corruption to service, confident that their tools can “identify the types of transactions that clients involved in criminal activity are using to move money around,” QuantaVerse founder David McLaughlin said.”
January 9, 2018
Your Money Helps Fight Crime: Using AI To Fight Terrorism, Trafficking And Money Laundering
“Historically, the banking industry treated identifying and reporting money laundering as an arbitrage game, said David McLaughlin, founder and CEO of QuantaVerse, the first company with AI solutions purpose-built for identifying money laundering and other financial crimes.”
January 8, 2018
FCPA Compliance Report
Episode 365, David McLaughlin on QuantaVerse’s new Chief Audit Executive Checkup
“The Chief Audit Executive Checkup service identifies anomalous data patterns related to both known and not yet identified financial crime typologies. The Chief Audit Executive Checkup service lets organizations see first-hand how AI analysis can improve their audit processes and outcomes.”
January 8, 2018
‘CAE Checkup’ evaluates effectiveness of AI-based audit investigations
“QuantaVerse, the first in the market with AI solutions purpose-built for identifying financial crimes, has launched a new service, CAE (Chief Audit Executive) Checkup, that enables companies and financial institutions to evaluate the effectiveness of an artificial intelligence (AI)-based approach to audit investigations.”
January 4, 2018
QuantaVerse CEO: The increasing liability of 2017 will continue AI could make AML a revenue booster
“As ACFCS ushers in 2018, we are talking with experts across the fields of financial crime compliance, investigations and technologies to find out what were the biggest trends in 2017 and what you should be ready for this year. We asked these questions to David McLaughlin, the Chief Executive Officer of QuantaVerse, a compliance technology firm using artificial intelligence to boost the monitoring and analytical capabilities of financial institutions and corporations.”
December 15, 2017
QuantaVerse Debuts ‘CAE Checkup’
“QuantaVerse, the first in the market with AI solutions purpose-built for identifying financial crimes, today announced a new service that corporations and financial institutions can utilize to experience the effectiveness of an AI-based approach to audit investigations.”
December 14, 2017
QuantaVerse Debuts CAE Checkup
“QuantaVerse is capable of ingesting and examining data from a variety of sources including core accounting, core banking, travel and expense reporting, vendor servicing, trade/export, and other types of enterprise systems. Through its AI analysis, QuantaVerse identifies anomalous data patterns related to both known and not yet identified financial crime typologies.”
December 14, 2017
QuantaVerse Debuts ‘CAE Checkup’ for Evaluating the Effectiveness of an AI Approach to Internal Risk Audits
“The CAE (Chief Audit Executive) Checkup service leverages the QuantaVerse AI Financial Crime Platform to analyze enterprise data and more efficiently and effectively identify insider threats, bribery, corruption, money laundering, fraud, terrorism financing and third-party risks that traditional internal audit investigations routinely miss.”
December 14, 2017
AI Tech Company QuantaVerse’s New Service to Fight Financial Crime
“Financial crime detecting platform QuantaVerse has added a new AI-based service to allow its financial institutions and banking clients better detect fraud and other crimes through audit investigations, as these crimes continue to be a major concern for banks and non-banks alike.”
December 1, 2017
Audit in an Age of Intelligent Machines
“QuantaVerse’s McLaughlin says internal auditors could take AI even farther by applying it to areas such as fraud investigation and compliance work. For example, rather than relying on auditors or compliance personnel to catch potential anti-bribery violations, internal audit could use AI to analyze an entire data set of expense reports to identify cases of anomalous behavior that require the most scrutiny.”
November 13, 2017
Independent Banker Magazine
How Compliance Software Helps Stop Criminals in Their Tracks
“Dan Stitt, director of financial crime analysis for QuantaVerse, an AI for financial crime software company, has worked in federal law enforcement and banking for more than two decades. Over the years, he says, law enforcement has seen “both great and horrible compliance programs.”
October 25, 2017
The FCPA Blog
How AI can nail a bribe paying scrap metal dealer
“Through the power of an AI-based risk mitigation solution, companies can easily analyze massive amounts of corporate financial data, discern patterns, and quickly identify where exceptions or anomalies exist that can unveil FCPA risks.”
October 17, 2017
Global Investigations Review
Will AI solve the compliance industry’s ‘huge efficiency problem’?
“David McLaughlin believes artificial intelligence can significantly help the compliance market – an area he says is riddled with inefficiencies. Founding QuantaVerse three years ago, McLaughlin concedes, he got “very lucky very early”. A major bank took a chance on him and granted access to its reams of data – food for artificial intelligence – to spot possible incidences of money laundering. From there his company developed machine learning technologies, detecting crimes he says old systems never noticed.”
October 16, 2017
On the Market: 33 tech jobs open in Philly right now
“QuantaVerse is looking for a Python Engineer to join its suburban HQ. Peep what the company is up to after raising a $2.4 million seed round.”
October 2, 2017
FCPA Compliance Report
David McLaughlin of QuantaVerse on Using AI for FCPA Risk Reduction
“In this episode, I have a fascinating interview with QuantaVerse which has artificial intelligence and data analytics tools to help companies manage risk more effectively. We discuss the use of such tools and techniques for risk reduction solutions to provide insight into the details of your customer’s customers, which allows a company to not only identify bad actors but also aggressively fight financial crime, including fraud, bribery and corruption.”
September 29, 2017
Corporate Compliance Insights
What Money Laundering Looks Like in Community Banks
“Although they generally have smaller compliance teams and budgets, the nation’s community banks face the same arduous compliance challenges as their larger bank counterparts. Artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions can greatly assist community banks by detecting suspicious entities and transactions in an effort to improve regulatory compliance and AML investigation efficiency.”
September 26, 2017
ACFCS (Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists)
Why Artificial Intelligence Technology is the Future of Financial Crime Mitigation
“Financial institutions have begun “test-driving” AI which has produced exceptional early results. The question surrounding the use of AI within financial institutions has evolved from “if” to “how” to put AI to work. As proven in other industries and with early adopters in the banking industry, AI offers the ability to radically improve the detection of suspicious account activity.”
September 6, 2017
Inside Big Data
AI Enables Banks to Identify and Prevent Money Laundering While Surpassing Regulatory Demands
“In this special guest feature, David McLaughlin, CEO and Founder of QuantaVerse, discusses how advancements in data science, including artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and big data, promise to stifle money laundering and change outcomes for victims around the globe.”
August 30, 2017
How AI Helps Financial Institutions Perform Customer Due Diligence
“AI can help financial institutions reduce their AML risk — including addressing Fifth Pillar obligations — by facilitating the data collection process using external sources, such as public registrars, private databases, social media, and other unstructured data, to prepopulate data and streamline customer interaction.”
July 25, 2017
Can AI spy financial crime without implicating innocents?
“QuantaVerse is one vendor of AI software for financial crime detection. QuantaVerse takes the identity verification data banks already get from providers like Thomson Reuters, LexisNexis and FactSet and analyzes it in aggregate.”
July 14, 2017
Wayne-based AI company QuantaVerse lands WIRED profile
“Artificial Intelligence company QuantaVerse, founded by Navy vet David McLaughlin, was the star of a Wired article last week on how banks are using AI to fight money laundering, terrorism and other criminal activity. Using proprietary data science algorithms to sift through internal and external data, QuantaVerse sells its services to the banking industry.”
July 12, 2017
Bank News Magazine
New Solutions: AI Takes on AML
“QuantaVerse, innovator of data science and artificial intelligence solutions created to identify financial crimes, released a complimentary analysis that financial institutions can use to test the effectiveness of their AML programs. The CCO Checkup will analyze transaction data to detect “false negatives” or anomalous behaviors that may have been missed by an institution’s existing TMS.”
July 10, 2017
Banks to use AI to sever terrorists’ funding
“In an effort to combat terrorist activities, banks are planning to start using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to identify suspicious transactions and sever funds to jihadists. QuantaVerse, a Pennsylvania-based technology firm, has developed an AI to monitor and identify financial crimes, from terrorist funding to money laundering.”
July 10, 2017
How Machine Learning Is Helping Financial Institutions Tackle Terrorist Funding
“Such capabilities were pivotal to identifying an alleged drug trafficking ring in Panama — Grupo Wisa, a holding company which runs duty free stores in Latin American airports. QuantaVerse found a series of invoices for large, round dollar amounts being passed back and forth between businesses that had the same owner, a telltale sign of a money laundering operation. Moreover, the firm’s founders believed it may well have been in aid of terrorist activities.”
July 10, 2017
AI is the Key to Ending Terrorism and Other Criminal Activities
“QuantaVerse’s AI system can also detect potential money-laundering transactions by looking at account history and its existing relationship with other bank accounts. Traditional systems can only check up to three months’ worth of data while QuantaVerse’s system can handle up to three years of bank history.”
July 9, 2017
Banks Deploy AI to Cut Off Terrorists’ Funding
“Banks are increasingly turning to machine learning to mine vast quantities of bank data and find anomalies in accounts and transactions that might otherwise have gone unnoticed. “It’s a surgical approach to finding a needle in a haystack,” says Stitt, who now serves as director of financial crime analysis for the Wayne, Pennsylvania-based firm QuantaVerse, which developed the AI technology that some of the world’s biggest banks use to identify money laundering, terrorist funding, and other financial crimes. The technology has already helped identify a Panamanian man the DEA called one of the world’s most significant drug money launderers.”
June 30, 2017
Corporate Compliance Insights
Improving the Effectiveness of AML Programs
“To combat money laundering, transaction monitoring systems (TMS) are relied upon as a first line of defense by financial institutions. However, TMS can allow an unacceptable number of illicit transactions, or false negatives, to go unflagged due to their dependency on the identification, development and manual implementation of new TMS rules and scenarios.”
June 22, 2017
Innovation in Compliance Technology: Emerging Themes and Vendor Solutions
“Regulatory and cost pressures are exposing the limitations of traditional approach to compliance, and forcing banks and other financial institutions to innovate by adopting new technology and operational models.”
June 12, 2017
CCO Checkup helps financial firms test AML program effectiveness
“Financial institutions can take full advantage of QuantaVerse’s CCO Checkup with minimal effort and no long-term commitment. Included in the CCO Checkup, participating financial institutions receive a QuantaVerse Financial Crimes Report (FCR) detailing the five cases scored highest by the AI solution and representing the greatest risk to the institution.”
June 08, 2017
QuantaVerse offers CCO Checkup for AML Compliance
“QuantaVerse has released a new tool, the CCO Checkup, aimed at financial institutions who want to reduce their AML-compliance risks. Unlike existing transaction monitoring systems (TMS), AI technology based systems are dynamic and can detect patterns of behavior and analyze the intent of those patterns to identify suspicious activities.”
June 07, 2017
AI Tackles Money Laundering: QuantaVerse Introduces Free Checkup Tool
“The QuantaVerse solution also provides financial institutions with a virtuous feedback loop that improves performance of their TMS by recommending new rules for catching new criminal behavior patterns that are uncovered during AI analysis. This provides financial intuitions with documented guidance on TMS rule scenarios and model tuning and drives continuous improvement of their AML efforts over time.”
June 06, 2017
QuantaVerse Reveals CCO Checkup to Help Financial Institutions Evaluate Artificial Intelligence
“The CCO (Chief Compliance Officer) Checkup is a service whereby QuantaVerse’s AI solution will analyze transaction data to detect “false negatives” or anomalous behaviors that may have been missed by an institution’s existing transaction monitoring system (TMS).”
May 30, 2017
Rise of the Machines: Boards Brace for AML Changes
“Anti–money laundering (AML) service providers such as Giant Oak, Nice Actimize, Oracle Financial Services and QuantaVerse are developing and deploying technology that uses machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) to help companies more effectively comply with regulations aimed at curbing money laundering and other crimes.”
May 29, 2017
Banking CIO Outlook
U.S. Banks Should Seek New Solutions – Not Reduced Expectations – In Fight Against Financial Crimes
“I have witnessed how the evolution of data science including big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) is beginning to transform the battle against financial crimes. One hallmark of an ineffective AML program is the occurrence of false positives, transaction alerts that are not ultimately money laundering. Even more troubling are the undetected transactions, or false negatives, that allow money launderers to continue to operate with impunity.”
May 23, 2017
Podcast: ‘A needle in a stack of needles’: Using AI to detect money laundering
“David McLaughlin, founder and CEO of QuantaVerse, discusses how artificial intelligence can improve anti-money-laundering compliance; the problems of de-risking and “defensive filing” of suspicious activity reports; the Clearing House’s proposal to reduce banks’ AML costs; and more.”
April 21, 2017
PayThink Artificial intelligence can cut money laundering’s ‘acceptable losses’
“Although the dire need to put a stop to money laundering is well understood, an ongoing negotiation regarding what amount of money laundering is an acceptable cost of doing business plagues regulators and those inside who are responsible for the detection and prevention of financial crimes.”
April 18, 2017
AML: Making Suspicious Activity Reports More Effective
“Banks and other financial institutions may think they can prove to regulators they are combatting financial crime and terrorist activities by filing as many suspicious activity reports as they can.”
April 13, 2017
How AI is Helping Banks Fight Trafficking
“In the past few years, artificial intelligence has emerged as a solution to help banks zero in on transactions that herald criminal activity. Machine learning allows for the identification of suspicious patterns, and AI systems are able to comb through large amounts of data more precisely and efficiently, catching instances of money laundering faster and with more accuracy than ever before.”
March 2, 2017
QuantaVerse powers NY companies to fight terrorism, money laundering with AI
“QuantaVerse has announced that its artificial intelligence (AI) and data science-powered technology enables NY-based institutions to comply with Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regulations.”
March 1, 2017
ABA Bank Compliance
Using Data Science to Mitigate Bank Employee Fraud
“Data can and should be harnessed by banks to produce valuable insights regarding the behaviors and actions of people and entities—both legitimate and illegitimate. If the right questions are being asked, there is no excuse for this type of fraud or unethical behavior to exist on a systemic basis. Data science, including big data, artificial intelligence and machine learning, can enable institutions of all industries and sizes to better manage risks, to find fraud and criminality, and to therefore support the needs of compliance, management and governing boards.”
February 28, 2017
QuantaVerse pitches AI platform to help NY firms meet anti-terrorism transaction monitoring rules
“QuantaVerse today announced that its artificial intelligence (AI) and data science-powered technology platform is uniquely designed to help banks and other regulated institutions comply with risk-based Anti-Terrorism and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regulations, including the rule recently put into effect by the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS).”
February 27, 2017
Philly Tech News
The 2017 PACT Enterprise Awards finalists have been named
“Philly Tech News profiled QuantaVerse (Technology Startup nominee) in December. The Wayne-based Fintech venture won the “Peoples’ Choice” award at PACT’s IMPACT 2016 Capital Conference in the fall, and has also been nominated for benzinga’s Global Fintech awards.”
December 27, 2016
Philly Tech News
Wayne-based Fintech startup QuantaVerse has a compelling value proposition
“Wayne-based fintech startup QuantaVerse has a well-defined idea, deep domain expertise, a clear market opportunity, proprietary technology, an increasing amount of funding, and some strong supporters. Founded by former SEI Investments (NASDAQ: SEIC) executive David McLaughlin in 2014, QuantaVerse uses a combination of data science techniques to filter through a bank’s data as well as external data to flag potential money laundering cases and other potential crimes.”
October 11, 2016
‘A Robot Could Alleviate This Drudgery’: Bank Compliance Meets AI
“David McLaughlin, CEO of QuantaVerse, whose AI software is used by large banks and card issuers to improve their AML processes, estimates about 75% of the work human investigators do on money laundering cases could be automated. Artificial intelligence’s ability to analyze vast amounts of data, looking for patterns and to scrape the dark web and the deep web, can be applied to know-your-customer processes, McLaughlin said.”
October 07, 2016
How Wells Fargo Could Have Avoided a Scandal
“The firing of 5,300 Wells Fargo (ticker: WFC) employees for purportedly opening two million unauthorized accounts suggests that management wasn’t comfortable with this unethical activity. Many are speculating that such activities happening over a period of several years, means that, overtly or covertly, some managers turned a blind eye to a situation of ongoing, and systemic, fraudulent activity.”
October 05, 2016
Philadelphia Business Journal
Wayne Company Battles Money Launderers
“Wayne-based QuantaVerse is walking the line between early stage and growth stage as it delves into a major marketing push and eyes a series B round in the coming months. The company is aiming to make waves in the anti-money laundering technology market, one that experts say is rife with chances to produce powerful results on an international scale.”
September 08, 2016
Artificial Intelligence: The Next Frontier in AML Compliance
“We are seeing growing interest from the largest to the smallest banks alike,” says David McLaughlin, chief executive of QuantaVerse based in Wayne, Penn. “Small to mid-tier banks also rely on relatively large investigative teams and can achieve a different decision on whether the alert represents suspicious activity depending on the analyst. There is little consistency because subjective opinions can play a factor.”
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