Search Result: Arctic Intelligence

Mar
26

Arctic Intelligence, global RegTech firm wins again

Arctic Intelligence, continues to be recognised globally by industry associations and trade publications as a force to be reckoned with.

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Nov
10

Arctic Intelligence appoints Darren Cade as CEO

Global RegTech firm Arctic Intelligence is accelerating into its next phase of growth with promoting Arctic’s longstanding COO, Darren Cade to CEO.

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Sep
09

Arctic Intelligence addresses data sovereignty with its global cloud-based risk assessment solution

Arctic Intelligence’s cloud-based risk assessment solution includes global architecture that ensures client data resides in a data store within their region

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Jun
15

Global RegTech firm Arctic Intelligence welcomes South African based consultancy, Financial Crime Risk Management Consultants to their partner network

Arctic Intelligence continues to strengthen their partner ecosystem by welcoming Financial Crime Risk Management Consultants to their global network.

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Mar
19

Arctic Intelligence announced as the Australian Founded RegTech of the Year and RegTech Exporter of the Year 2020

Aussie scale-up Arctic Intelligence has won two out of six awards presented during the RegTech Association’s annual awards ceremony.

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Jun
12

How Arctic Intelligence is revolutionising RegTech to transform compliance

Anthony Quinn, CEO and Founder of RegTech company, Arctic Intelligence, is leading the charge to prevent financial crime.

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May
16

Australian FinTech company profile #13 – Arctic Intelligence

Arctic Intelligence is a RegTech business that provides market-leading audit, risk and compliance software in the financial crime risk management area.

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Apr
03

Arctic Intelligence warns many Australian businesses may be vulnerable to financial crime

Arctic Intelligence, a market-leader in financial crime prevention audit, risk and compliance software, warned today that many Australian businesses may be unaware that their internal risk assessment processes do not go far enough; leaving them vulnerable to money laundering, terrorist financing, sanctions and regulatory non-compliance. With organised crime is estimated to cost the Australian economy more than $36 billion a year (source: https://www.acic.gov.au/about-crime/crime-types), government regulations are tightening and the spotlight is on businesses who may be a target for financial crime, to ensure that they have appropriate controls and programs in place. The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) is responsible for ensuring that more than 14,000 Australian businesses, […]

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