Your data's just sitting there. Machine learning can change that.


The technology can help banks get the most out of the vast amounts of information at their disposal.


House lawmakers square off over Facebook's crypto plans


Democrats called on the social media company to halt its Libra project, while Republicans said Congress should keep the door open to innovation.


Why mobile onboarding is such a turnoff


Banks can fine-tune their apps so the customer doesn't give up halfway through a cumbersome sign-up process.


PayPal-backed blockchain aims to help banks verify digital IDs


A new project backed by the government of Luxembourg could ultimately be influential in the U.S., where banks have been slow to develop a shared platform for digital identities.


Fully automated compliance is big hurdle for this fintech's APIs


Synapse is working to refine its application programming interfaces to meet know-your-customer and other complex requirements, but it's a tall order, the head of the back-office-services platform says.


House poised to advance flood insurance reform, beneficial owner rules


Bills to fix the National Flood Insurance Program and combat the money-laundering risks from shell companies enjoyed bipartisan support during a House Financial Services Committee debate.


Cheat sheet: What Senate AML bill means for financial industry


The good news for financial firms is Congress has moved closer to reforming anti-money-laundering rules. But left behind in the effort is the reform most coveted by the industry.


Deutsche Bank’s ties to Trump dominate hearing on AML reform


Democrats pressed law enforcement on whether senior Deutsche Bank executives quashed suspicious activity reports filings related to President Trump.


States could solve beneficial ownership issue: OCC's Otting


Banks would be better able to comply with anti-money-laundering laws if all 50 states collected information on the owners of new corporations and published it in a national database, Comptroller Joseph Otting said Monday.


Despite delays, beneficial ownership bill will move forward: Maloney


Rep. Carolyn Maloney said Tuesday that her legislation aimed at restricting anonymous shell companies could get a vote in the Financial Services Committee as early as the end of June, after consideration was postponed last week.