29 October, 2018
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – Last week, we had the pleasure of partaking in Enterprise Ireland’s fintech breakfast session held at Stone & Chalk in Sydney. The event showcased some of Ireland’s most exciting fintechs, with Priviti and Brightflag also in attendance.
This morning I visited @stoneandchalk with @EI_ANZ to see opportunities for Irish FinTech companies in Australia @breandanocaolla @irlembaustralia @IrelandSydney @Entirl @IDAIRELAND 🇮🇪🇦🇺 pic.twitter.com/X333bwtckx
— Patrick O’Donovan (@podonovan) October 26, 2018
The breakfast was attended by Patrick O’Donovan, T.D, Minister of State at the Department of Finance and the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform. The minster shared opening remarks on Ireland’s strong GDP growth in Europe and its transformation as a leading hub for finance, technology and investor activity.
This morning we’re showcasing Ireland’s Fintech Advantage at @stoneandchalk in Sydney. Minister Patrick O’Donovan joins us as we hear from three if Ireland’s most exciting fintechs, @getPriviti, @Brightflag & @KYCexpert. #IrishAdvantage pic.twitter.com/Lwtf3xMDMS
— EI A/NZ (@EI_ANZ) October 25, 2018
We also shared how Kyckr helps many of its global clients through their challenges associated with compliance and Know Your Customer (KYC) – an industry where data quality and manual processes continue to pose as a challenge.
Through Perpetual KYC, an event-based management of risk, Kyckr’s technology can monitor and capture changes around a company’s attributes, helping improve data quality and decision making for businesses. These changes include changes in a company status, legal name, director changes and/or shareholder changes.
To learn more about Kyckr Perpetual KYC, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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