At a Glance
Quantifind has joined forces with Matrix-IFS. Quantifind’s Graphyte platform complements Matrix-IFS’ comprehensive KYC/CDD/EDD, transaction monitoring, sanctions screening, and case management services with best-in-class risk assessment and entity resolution accuracy.
Quantifind, a provider of advanced AI SaaS solutions for financial risk management, has announced that it has partnered with Matrix-IFS, a financial crime advisory and implementation services provider, Quantifind says in its press release.
The Graphyte platform from Quantifind adds best-in-class risk assessment and entity resolution accuracy to Matrix-IFS’ comprehensive KYC/CDD/EDD, transaction monitoring, sanctions screening, and case management services. Graphyte integrates leading case management platforms, allowing advanced risk intelligence to be seamlessly integrated directly within analysts’ familiar tools and workflows.
Matrix-IFS has been trusted by the financial services community for over fifteen years for their deep expertise and experience in implementing financial crimes solutions. The Quantifind team is eager to collaborate on helping our customers accelerate the modernization of their KYC-AML systems, from sanctions and adverse media screening to alerts management and investigations.Ari Tuchman, CEO and co-founder of Quantifind
Matrix International Financial Services (Matrix-IFS) provides financial crime and compliance solutions and services to many of the world’s top institutions.
The Quantifind platform brings a new level of performance to our financial crimes services and solutions. Our customers are looking for ongoing improvements across their risk workflows, and Graphyte provides an ideal path for them to quickly realize significant productivity gains with an incremental, SaaS-based approach.Renan Levy, CEO of Matrix-IFS,
Quantifind is used by banks to aid in the automation of financial crime risk screening and investigations. Quantifind was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California, with offices in Boston, Washington, and New York.