Alloy streamlines global identity management with new features that help clients operating across markets stay compliant with local KYC and AML regulations while preventing fraud.
Our employee resource groups (ERGs) hosted some amazing events over the past month, and our employees celebrated Black History Month and Women’s History Month.
In response to SVB’s shutdown, many businesses are now opening new bank accounts and moving their money into them. As a result, you should expect to see a spike in new business account applications. Here's how to ensure your business onboarding processes are set up to detect and prevent new business account fraud.
KYC, KYB, and AML laws require financial institutions to verify a company’s (and its beneficial owners’) identity before offering the business financial services or products. We break down the nuances of onboarding sole props vs. LLCs.
Alloy CTO, Charles Hearn, uses his own knowledge-based authentication (KBA) questions to prove why they are an not effective approach to identity verification.
The most common type of fraud is one you might not have heard of yet. Here’s how to identify and combat ambient fraud.
In this eBook, we explore how using multiple data source providers in your identity verification process can not only help you mitigate fraud risks, but also bring on more good customers.
Alloy's co-founder and CEO, Tommy Nicholas, reflects on the foundations that help inform everything we do here at Alloy.
Our DEI committee and employee resource groups (ERGs) are continuing to put together awesome events and volunteer opportunities for Alloy employees. Take a look at what went on over the past 30 days, including Black History Month and Lunar New Year celebrations.
Alloy CEO Tommy Nicholas reacts to new State of Fraud Benchmark Report.
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Alloy Co-founder & President Laura Spiekerman sits down with Hank Word, President of Open Banking at Evolve Bank & Trust, to discuss the future of bank/fintech partnerships.
In the age of dating apps, you have to sift through a lot of weird texts and bad first dates before you find your perfect match. Oddly enough, fintech companies and banks follow a similar process when they onboard new customers and monitor their ongoing financial activity.
Alloy’s LGBTQ+ employee resource group (ERG), Out & About, kicked off the year with a bang 💥— hosting our first ERG event of the year and biggest ERG event to date, a drag competition for charity to benefit Lambda Legal.
Breaking down sanctions watchlists screening, know-your-counterparties, and more.
Many executives write off fraud as just another cost of operating their financial institution (FI). Fraud is, beyond a doubt, a “cost” all FIs must factor into revenue projections, but is it an inevitable cost that a financial services business must accept and account for—similar to office leases or employee salaries? Or is it something that financial services can actually strive to minimize—and even eliminate?
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