This is a special episode as it’s not only the 10th episode for the past three months but also for the first time we are having more than one guest with us today. Our guests Martin and Matthew are both working at the award-winning technology company Silent Eight which mission is to stop financial crime. As you will hear today they are very passionate about financial crime prevention plus they are experts in Artificial Intelligence which is an amazing formula leading to the development of a solution that improves global financial institutions due dillige. 

One of our guests is Martin Markiewicz – the founder and CEO of Silent Eight. With an educational background in mathematics, Martin is a serial entrepreneur and self-described “problem solver”. Prior to Silent Eight, Martin launched several successful startups in Europe and Asia, including a hydropower startup that saw a successful IPO. With his 16 years of experience in software and artificial intelligence solutions covering a wide range of applications, Martin has taken the challenge of helping banks outsmart financial criminals and money launderers, who are gaming their transaction systems, head-on.

Also, we have Matthew Leaney – based in New York, he is the Chief Revenue Officer of Silent Eight. As CRO, he oversees all aspects of growth and is constantly seeking new avenues for Silent Eight’s award-winning AI to aid organizations in their fight against money laundering and financial crime. Matthew volunteers with a number of charities principally focused on advancing underprivileged youth.

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