Fintech Tuesday - Compliance, Accessibility & Fraud
March 5, 2024 2:00 PM
Welcome to Fintech Tuesday hosted by Copenhagen Fintech, where we combine the knowledge of industry stakeholders together with the newest research available.
This Fintech Tuesday will bring you into the world of compliance. You will get insights into how researchers, start-ups and industry think about compliance for the fintech sector, what to be aware of to fulfill requirements, but more important, how to leverage this to create happy clients and business growth.
Join us for an afternoon of some of the greatest research & applications, and explore fintech's potential to create change.
Welcome & Introduction by Copenhagen Fintech
Start-up Perspective: Philip Marquard Otzen, Founder & CEO, MAP Group
MAP Group have developed the AI-powered platform Negate, empowering the KYC process. Philip will take you through a case-oriented approach, showcasing how public data can be leveraged for high quality due diligence of companies, in order to fight money-laundering and fraud. MAP Group is founded by former police investigators, whose experienced has turned into one of the most groundbreaking companies in assuring KYC and anti-fraudulent activities in Denmark.
Research Perspective: Jonas Hedman, Professor, Department of Digitalization, Copenhagen Business School
Jonas Hedman is a Professor at the Department of Digitalization, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. His research covers topics such as business model evolution, payments, payment eco-system, digital traces, and business benefits of IT. In this talk, Jonas will focus on how financial institutions can comply with legislation ensuring better products for people with various disabilities, creating more financial inclusion in society.
Start-up Perspective: TBA, SprintEins
SprintEins is a software house specialized in software and UX solutions for financial institutions. In this talk, SprintEins will focus on how financial institutions can comply with the EU Accessibility Act, which will be enforced by 2025. It is therefore of utmost importance that financial institutions comply with this new directive in due time. SprintEins are experts in this aspect.