AI-Powered Anti-Financial Crimes and Compliance Automation
Customer Due Diligence | Alerts Triage | Investigations
The Graphyte™ Platform
Comprehensive data coverage, best-in-class risk assessment accuracy, and powerful investigation tools deliver AML-KYC productivity gains of over 40%.
Quantifind’s data analytics platform has been used for over a decade by governments and Fortune 50 companies to gain insights from unstructured public sources. Its success is rooted in fusion of science with design; AI innovations with powerful web applications and APIs. Request a demo to learn how our customers are using Graphyte to supercharge the performance of their adverse media screening and investigations and focus the talents of their AML-KYC teams on the highest risks.
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Adverse Media Screening
Corporate data, law enforcement, regulatory, registrations, leaks, PEPs, sanctions, enforcement actions, barred and banned lists, and more.
Automation from End-to-End
Quantifind technology is leveraged throughout KYC-AML workflows to gain efficiencies from customer screening to investigations and reporting.
100% SaaS Solution
State-of-the-art subscription-based software as a service, designed from the ground up for data security, privacy, governance, and easy configuration.
Seamless Case Manager Integration
APIs, deep links, and packaged risk summaries that allow investigators to work within their familiar environments and existing systems, and eliminate manual data entry.
Elimination of Alert Backlogs
Batch-screen the alert backlog to identify the riskiest entities with the highest degree of confidence in evidence, all in a matter of minutes.
AI-driven search of native foreign language sources—not machine-generated translations—substantially expands the breadth of risk intelligence.
Real-time Search of Live Public Data
Graphyte’s proprietary approach enables real-time search of non-curated data, in contrast with other solutions that rely on data curation.
10-100X Fewer False Positives
The accuracy of Graphyte’s risk models and typologies drive a reduction in false-positive alerts by orders of magnitude
The Graphyte Anti-Financial Crimes Automation Platform
A modern, intuitive investigation application, with detailed results and reporting about a query subject and related entities.
A web service that returns risk information in response to a query, with deep links that initiate a GraphyteSearch session.
A web service that returns risk information in response to batch queries, with deep links to GraphyteSearch, that can be listed in a sortable queue.
A single point of entry for all of the relevant external data for a financial crimes investigation. LEARN MORE
Risk-based automation of alerts triage and prioritization. LEARN MORE
Customer Due Diligence
Adverse media screening and predictive risk typology models that inform profiling and segmentation for customer onboarding and ongoing monitoring. LEARN MORE
“In separating AI hype from reality, Quantifind falls squarely on the side of reality. Quantifind has reduced AI to a practice for enhancing operational efficiencies while consistently finding the hidden signals.”
former Chief of Information Officer, State Street Corporation
former Chief Information Officer, MUFG Americas
“Quantifind is leading in fraud and AML intelligence, with careful attention to solving the business need to simultaneously drive effectiveness and efficiency. The Quantifind solution is critical for an industry that is seeing rampant cost growth and increasing bad actor sophistication.”
former Chief Information Security Officer, Citigroup
“Quantifind’s technologies offer financial institutions a beacon of hope: a legitimate opportunity to provide more timely and effective intelligence to law enforcement – the ultimate goal of the AML/CTF regimes – while more effectively and efficiently managing their regulatory compliance obligations.”
former BSA Officer, Wells Fargo & Company
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