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GBG rolls out anti-fraud solutions to protect against financial crime

GBG has launched four fraud solutions including its flagship Instinct Hub as a platform solution in a bid to broaden the fight against modern day financial crime.

GBG is a global technology specialist in fraud and compliance management, identity verification and location data intelligence. It focuses on providing layered anti-fraud defence solutions.

According to the company, utilising the new solutions, businesses can onboard customers more swiftly, while simultaneously protecting their organisations and customers against losses from fraud and financial crimes in an increasingly complex digital landscape.

GBG managing director APAC June Lee says, “Nearly one in two enterprises in Asia Pacific are falling victim to fraud, money laundering, or other forms of financial crime. Financial institutions find themselves facing unprecedented diversity of application and transactional channels - from branch to online and ewallets.

“These channels and criminal activities are evolving at a speed and complexity that these enterprises, and the financial institutions that support them, are hard-pressed to keep up with.”

Lee says, “To aid in that fight, GBG offers a layered digital fraud and compliance solution which unifies data across vertical silos to improve financial crime detection accuracy across the customer journey.

“Straight through process across identity verification (KYC/AML) onboarding and transaction phases onboard good actors faster; coupled with machine learning it all in all increases online fraud detection by 30% and reduces false positives by up to 20%, giving business leaders a truly holistic approach to defending their customers and de-risking their organisations.”

GBG's fraud and compliance management product suite is accredited by Chartis as best of breed anti-money laundering (AML) and watchlist solutions, for their strong case management and analytics capabilities, focused functionality and ability to integrate with other best-in-class point solutions.

GBG states it is already aiding the anti-fraud risk efforts of many large institutions, from regional banking giant HSBC, BNP Paribas Personal Finance in Spain, major wagering players in Australia like Tabcorp to 9 out of 10 of Malaysia's top tier banks.

At the foundation of its offering sits Instinct Hub, a key solution to its digital risk management and intelligence platform, according to the company.

It manages new customer digital onboarding, is upscaled to combat complex financial crimes 4.0 attacks against a customer identity, and is perpetrated across online, mobile and branch networks.

In essence, GBG Instinct Hub is designed for organisations who are embracing digital transformation, ebanking channels and launching digital banking products, the company states.

This newest version of GBG Instinct Hub has enhanced operational efficiency and effectiveness gains, GBG states. Fraud analysts and investigators are able to quickly identify, visualise and are alerted to suspicious behaviours with an improved user interface and dashboard, as well as an improved workflow.

Other solutions include:

Predator 5.0: GBG's autonomous solution for identifying and ceasing suspicious transactions and payments that can cost financial institutions billions in losses. The solution offers flexibility to add and defend digital and payment transactions through dynamic channel modification and behaviour abnormality security, the company states.

Financial institutions are enabled to scale to new channels and new behaviour flows as needed to detect schemers. This newest version also provides process automation benefits through an augmented reviewing experience with quick action buttons, user-defined interfaces, dynamic holistic views, and the ability to trigger straight through actions into banking systems.

Orchestration: A module for Instinct Hub that can raise fraud detection up to 30% by dynamically activating the desired best of breed cyber, identity, geolocation and bespoke third party calls,  such as proprietary banking systems and fraud bureaus.

It drills down on suspicious behaviour by triangulating additional parameters including social media behaviour, device reputation, geolocation, blacklists, and email usage.

Machine Learning: A module for Instinct Hub that uses advanced modelling techniques to detect complex criminal attacks, augment detection accuracy and reduce false positives. The end user intuitive interface extends the realm of machine learning modelling beyond data scientists and utilises predictive machine learning logic to analyse vast quantities of data.

All of GBG's solutions can be supported across a range of infrastructure models, from full on-premise to private, public, and hybrid cloud.

Lee says, “Financial institutions and other enterprises must increasingly balance the imperatives of digital transformation with the need to maintain watertight defences against financial and cybercrimes.

"With that in mind, GBG's solutions are designed especially to provide frictionless and fully-automated layers of protection which evolve to the changing customer experience, payments models, and infrastructure choices that digitally transforming organisations may employ.”

GBG operations director APAC Michelle Weatherhead says, “Having the right tools in place and being able to utilise them quickly is crucial for businesses to be on the front foot when it comes to mitigating financial crime, which is why GBG ensures its customers have access to local professional services so they can get laser focused support, whenever they require it.

“By having both onsite and remote expert advisory and support capabilities in the region, our customers can ensure they combat complex fraud and compliance challenges, and keep their own customers safe, without compromising on delivering a seamless experience.”

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