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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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
Heliocor has just completed a four-month project looking at the business benefits of applying the technologies and tools developed in the for the Management of Big Data. “Big Data” has been around for a long time but for the last 5 years its benefit has been obscured by an obsession to find a use it for social media and the management of unstructured data rather than applying it to the much more structured world of investment banking and asset management”. Says Owen Hall Managing Director of Heliocor in the UKSEE DETAILS