Fiserv, a provider of financial services technology solutions, has partnered with Investance, a global management consulting firm dedicated to the financial services industry, to roll out technology solutions for reconciliation and financial crime risk management and advise clients on how best to leverage these recommended solutions.
The current scope of the partnership includes the Frontier enterprise reconciliation solution and the Financial Crime Risk Management platform from Fiserv, which includes the Anti-money Laundering (AML) Manager and Fraud Risk Manager solutions.
“Fiserv brings to Investance what we consider to be industry leading solutions for financial crime risk management and reconciliation. We actively pursue strategic technology alliances that support our consulting practice, and Fiserv is another excellent example of the value that we can bring clients through partnership,” said Luc-Sorel Om, partner, global head of transaction management, Investance. “As financial services organisations continue to transform their businesses to meet risk management, transparency, control and regulatory demands, they need to rely on trusted partners to provide the right mix of technology solutions and consulting services. Fiserv and Investance offer this to financial services institutions worldwide.”
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