EastNets ranked among top technology providers
Dubai, 13 days ago
EastNets, a leading global provider of compliance and payments solutions and services, has been ranked 38th in the top 100 risk technology providers in the world by Chartis 2014 RiskTech100, a comprehensive and prestigious study.
EastNets has also been recognised as the Category Winner for the Middle-East & Africa region in the Chartis 2014 RiskTech100.
The annual global study evaluates and ranks the world’s best risk technology vendors based on a wide range of criteria, which includes product functionality, technology, innovation and customer satisfaction.
Hazem Mulhim, CEO, EastNets, said: “With the increase in incidences of financial crimes, most particularly in money laundering, it has become essential for risk technology vendors to stay ahead by providing cutting edge solutions.
“Being recognized as a Category Winner in the RiskTech100 rankings by Chartis, one of the most trusted and reputable industry analyst and research authorities, is a testimony of EastNets’ ability in offering advanced and innovative solutions to the financial sector to reduce money laundering and other financial crimes.”
EastNets’ Anti-Money Laundering Solution provides comprehensive enterprise risk management protection for financial institutions, covering Filtering for Watch Lists, Monitoring of transactions, real-time cross channel anti-fraud solutions, and regulator reporting.
EastNets builds standardized and individual solutions against financial crime, and for risk management, monitoring, analysis, reporting, consultancy and customer support. – TradeArabia News Service
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