Max ID’s smart identity verification services for mortgages ‘a perfect fit’ for 86 400 – Australia’s first smartbank
86 400, Australia’s first smartbank, has embraced Max ID’s mortgage identity verification services within their newly launched digital home loan offering.
Max ID launches Australian-first digital technology that provides ‘safe harbour’ identity verification for property transactions in less than 10 minutes.
Max ID, an Australian Fintech facilitator and RegTech specialist, has today publicly launched a technology solution that it believes will bring a broad range of industry players a step closer to their aim of delivering simple, efficient and inexpensive same-day ‘safe harbour’ identity verification for mortgages and property services transactions. Financial institutions and non-bank mortgage lenders have long been endeavouring to provide intra-day, unconditional home loan approvals. There are a number of hurdles to achieving that outcome in Australia, including the requirement to conduct a face-to-face and in-person interview with the borrower to meet regulatory requirements. Until now that requirement has created a conflict between delivering regulatory ‘safe harbour’ outcomes, […]
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