Finnovasia is a one of the hottest events for FinTech innovators, bringing under one roof renowned FinTech wizards and influential business leaders from around the world. The event was organized by InvestHK and Hong Kong Fintech.

Silent Eight participated in the event as a sponsor and a speaker. The CEO of Silent Eight, Martin Markiewicz, engaged the audience together with Mr. Guru Bhat from Paypal, Mr. Sinuhe Arroyo from Taiger, Ms. Cat So from Dark Trace and Mr. Chionh Chye Kit from Cynopsis. The discussion was kindly facilitated by Mr. Brian Tang from Asia Capital Markets Institute.

Speaker panel at Finnovasia 2017 in Hong Kong – Martin Markiewicz (CEO Silent Eight) second from the left.

Fresh & original ideas in FinTech are pivotal for today’s compliance and risk management industries, and we are happy and proud to have had the opportunity to present our artificial intelligence based solutions for the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing at such a premier event.

We had a chance to mingle with many of the visitors and participants at our booth, and our AI technology attracted plenty of attention, especially amongst delegates from the banking industry. Our solutions have already started turning things around for leadings banks in Singapore, such as OCBC, will full implementation complete, leading to massive improvements in speed, efficiency and accuracy of AML-CFT operations.

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