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2019 年 2 月 19 日,伦敦新兴的监管技术公司 Heliocor 宣布与 CBX 建立战略合作伙伴关系, CBX 是一家立足于中东放眼全球的安全专业加密资产交易平台。 该合作旨在提高投资者对加密货币的参与度,同时加强 CBX 全球的机构投资者和散户投资者 完成身份验证的安全意识。 Heliocor 的旗舰产品 Dokstor 是完全符合 GDPR 标准的应用程 序,现已完全连接到 CBX 交易平台,允许 CBX 在全球客户范围内应用最新的了解你的客户 (“KYC”)和反洗钱(“AML”)条款。CBX 首席执行官许明镇表示:“随着越来越多的机构和散户投资者进入加密货币市场,金融 科技公司看到了更多与这些投资者接触的机会。机构客户需要更复杂的解决方案,因此与 Heliocor 合作是 CBX 关注的重点之一:我们的客户将受益及被保护于市场上最有效的监管技 术。” Heliocor 董事总经理 Vikas Tripathi 表示:“来自区块链和加密货币的几家公司已经与我们达成 合作关系,来帮助他们克服不断变化的监管挑战。我们相信加密货币市场将成为我们技术的 关键应用市场,能够将我们在银行和金融机构中的深度监管和合规知识应用于区块链行业和 区块链公司。我们很高兴与 CBX 合作,为他们提供专业的尽职调查服务,并为他们的用户在 进入加密市场行业时增添信心,保驾护航。”...

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Strategic partnership to improve confidence of Middle East cryptocurrency participants London, United Kingdom, 21st February 2019 Heliocor, an emerging regulation technology company based in London, UK, has announced a strategic partnership with CBX, a fully-integrated global cryptocurrency trading platform based in Middle East. The partnership is designed to improve investors’ engagement with cryptocurrencies while allowing for enhanced due diligence of both institutional investors and retail investors in the Middle East. Heliocor’s flagship product, Dokstor, is a fully GDPR compliant cross regulation onboarding application that is now fully integrated into CBX<a class="more-link" href="https://heliocor.com/heliocor-partners-with-cbx-to-bring-state-of-the-art-regulatory-compliance-to-midd...

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Robolitics are our regulatory analytic templates designed to work with big data technologies to search for malfeasance. Our robots work independently. They are configured to analyse and trawl your data set, look for specific triggers, analyse client, user and trade data, monitor linked behaviours and  time series activity to identify breaches of “standards to behaviour” expected by your organisation and the regulations. They are built around standard malfeasance models but are individually configurable and tuneable, so that you fit them to the specific nature and sensitivities of your trading businesses.SEE DETAILS

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Whenever I talk to someone in a bank at the moment, I hear about projects looking at the application of big data technology to a number of business problems. But I don’t hear much about success of these projects. It is almost as if the technical team desperate not to be “caught on the hop” by a competitor bank launching a killer Big Data solution are thrusting forward regardless of a clear of mission for the project. However, without a clear use case, the exercise becomes academic and involves dumpingSEE DETAILS

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