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Parcel Perform, Amazon Web Services partner to improve ecommerce delivery experience with ML

22 Sep 2020 | Ecommerce

Parcel Perform has launched a machine learning (ML) algorithm to reliably predict date of arrival of any ecommerce delivery.

Parcel Perform, machine learning, ML, ecommerce, delivery, Amazon Machine Learning Solutions Lab, checkout, retailers, AWS

Accelerating Asia, Amazon Web Services roll out Amplify

22 Sep 2020 | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement

Singapore-based accelerator and venture fund Accelerating Asia has launched a virtual accelerator program, Amplify, in collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Accelerating Asia, Amazon Web Services, Amplify, Singapore, Accelerating Asia, AWS, startups, Asia, promotional credits, AWS Activate, investors

Finastra, Open Banking Excellence, Railsbank, Yolt initiate Open Finance Appathon

26 Aug 2020 | Payments General

Finastra, OBE, Railsbank and Yolt Technology Services (YTS) have teamed up to launch the first appathon designed to propel open banking into the broader domain of open finance.

Finastra, OBE, Railsbank, Yolt Technology Services, APIs, open banking, financial services, banking, fintech, startup, Amazon Web Services, AWS, commerce, Mastercard, appathon

Crypto derivatives exchange BitMEX rolls out KYC programme

20 Aug 2020 | Cryptocurrencies

BitMEX has announced that it will launch a user verification programme starting with August 2020, according to tokenpost.com.

cryptocurrency, crypto derivatives exchange, cryptocurrency exchange, BitMEX, KYC, ID, user location, verification, regulations, laws, cryptocurrency industry, compliance, User Verification Programme, ID check, corporate users

Global Payments to run issuer processing from AWS

05 Aug 2020 | Online Payments

US-based Global Payments has inked a deal with AWS to create a cloud-based processing platform for card issuers.

AWS, Amazon Web Services, Global Payments, US, online payments, ecommerce, card payments, SaaS, digital payments, cloud-based processing platform

HSBC signs deal with AWS

16 Jul 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

HSBC has signed a deal with AWS, as financial services companies accelerate their use of the cloud in a bid to improve agility and drive down cost.

HSBC, AWS, partnership, cloud, database, machine learning, ML, digital, banking, banks, technology, Global Wealth & Personal Banking

Compass Plus, AWS to offer processing in the cloud

13 Jul 2020 | Cards

Compass Plus has teamed up with AWS to utilise the latest advancements of cloud-based deployment, according to the official press release.

Compass Plus, AWS, cloud, payments, banking, cards, online payments, security

SunTec, AWS to offer cloud-native applications to clients

27 May 2020 | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement

SunTec, a provider of revenue and billing management solutions, has announced that it is working with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to offer Xelerate platform and products on AWS Cloud.

Xelerate, cloud, monetisation, pricing, billing, product, loyalty, deal, offer, partner monetisation, tax management processes, AWS,

WeChat takes legal actions for people selling fake face masks

17 Mar 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

WeChat has announced that it filed lawsuits against five people who used its platform to sell fake masks.

WeChat, fake face masks, China, ecommerce, fraud, lawsuits, accounts, privacy violations, coronavirus

Crypto Exchange LBX faces liquidation

10 Feb 2020 | Cryptocurrencies

UK-based crypto exchange LBX has been announced as the latest digital asset trading venue to face critical difficulties and is now being liquidated.

UK, cryptocurrency, exchange, LBX, liquidation, digital assets, laws, payments, security, OTC, trades

Bank of Lithuania on the potential of central bank digital currencies

30 Jan 2020 | Cryptocurrencies

The Paypers has sat with Aistė Juškaitė, principal economist at the Market Infrastructure Department, Bank of Lithuania to discuss about the potential behind CBDC

CBDC, cryptocurrency, digital currency, monetary laws, Bank of Lithuania, Bank of Canada, Bank of England, Bank of Japan, European Central Bank, Sveriges Riksbank, Swiss National Bank, central bank digital currencies

SophosLabs releases cloud-based threat intelligence platform

04 Dec 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Sophos, a global cybersecurity solutions provider, has released SophosLabs Intelix, a cloud-based threat intelligence and analysis platform that enables developers to build secure apps.

cybersecurity, Sophos, SophosLabs Intelix, platform, developers, cloud, cyberthreat, AWS Marketplace

British Tax Authority releases crypto guidance for businesses and enterprises

05 Nov 2019 | Cryptocurrencies

Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has issued guidance for businesses and enterprises for crypto asset exchange tokens following up a year-old promise, according to CoinDesk.

HMRC, crypto asset exchange, tokens, mining, Bitcoin, tax laws, cryptocurrency

Sophos Cloud Optix available on AWS Marketplace

22 Oct 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Open Banking Report 2019 Sophos, a global network and endpoint security provider, has announced the availability of Sophos Cloud Optix on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace.

Sophos, Cloud Optix, AWS Marketplace, product launch, cloud, security, cybersec

Thailand plans to amend crypto AML laws

06 Aug 2019 | Cryptocurrencies

Acting Secretary-general of the Thailand Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO) has hinted that the regulator is making plans to amend the laws governing cryptos.

Thailand, AML, laws, cryptocurrencies, digital currencies, money laundering, illegal activities, fraud prevention, exchanges, transactions

NSW to set facial recognition tech across Australia

15 Jul 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

The New South Wales government has announced plans to roll out facial recognition technology across the public transport network, as an alternative to Opal cards.

facial recognition, Australia, transport network, New South Wales, cards, swipe cards, Opal account, anti terror laws, passports

Australia: Consumer Data Right legislation could delay open banking

08 Jul 2019 | Payments General

Australian Financial Services Ministry has announced that the Consumer Data Right might not be passed by the end of July 2019, delaying open banking adoption.

Consumer Data Right, Australia, open banking, The Treasury Laws Amendment, open API, banking, banks, (Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

Lawsuit claims Lyft misled investors in its IPO prospectus

21 May 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

A class-action lawsuit has claimed Lyft misled investors in its filing to go public, and its shares dipped as much as 3.6%, while the stock ended trading up 1.6%.

Lyft, lawsuit, investors, IPO prospectus, fraud, misleading, stock, shares, US, mischief, market share, safety

Tackling the KYC/onboarding processes: challenge or opportunity?

10 May 2019 | Interviews

solarisBank`s MD, Delia König, speaks about banks` challenges to improve their onboarding process, as well as the tech ideas applied within the KYC space

Delia König, solarisBank, fintechs, banks, API, KYC, incumbent, onboarding, challengers, SME, identification, blockchain, AML laws, regulations, biometrics

Flipkart employs KPMG for sellers corruption risks audit

10 May 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

India-based ecommerce company Flipkart has reportedly hired KPMG to check its sellers’ compliance with Walmart’s global anti-corruption policy.

Flipkart, KPMG, audit, sellers, corruption, risks, India, auditors, suppliers, marketplace, conditions, compliance, regulations, policies, laws, screening procedure, anticorruption, fraud