Synalogik, pioneers in the automation of enhanced compliance and intelligence checks, have announced that their latest customer to use the Scout™ platform; The NatWest Group, formerly Royal Bank of Scotland Group.
The Scout™ platform has been deployed with The Natwest Group’s fraud and compliance teams, giving them detailed and FCA-compliant risk-scoring, Enhanced Due Diligence, monitoring and reporting across their extensive client base which includes brands such as Natwest, Royal Bank of Scotland, Ulster Bank, Coutts and many more.
“We are excited to partner with The NatWest Group,” said Daniel White, Co-Founder and Director of Synalogik. “Banks of all sizes are looking for new and affordable solutions to remain both agile and compliant in the enhanced due diligence and fraud space, whilst providing their clients with the best customer journeys. By utilising Synalogik’s innovative SaaS platform, Scout™, we’re giving organisations the power and accuracy they need to radically improve efficiencies and quality of output.”
Gavin Coull, Enterprise Fraud & Authentication Strategy Lead said, “From pitch to proof of concept, Synalogik have quickly grasped our requirements and worked with us at pace to meet all of our corporate governance steps. They bring both significant expertise and experience to the table and have developed a strong proposition”.
Synalogik, founded in 2018, was created with the aim to revolutionise the way criminality and compliance checks are identified, investigated and detected; providing a financial and strategic advantage to a global client base. The team at Synalogik are currently providing SaaS platforms and consultancy services into the following sectors: banking, gaming, insurance, law enforcement and the military.
To learn more about Synalogik visit: www.synalogik.com
National Westminster Bank, commonly known as NatWest, is a major retail and commercial bank in the United Kingdom. NatWest serves customers in England and Wales, supporting them with their personal, private, business banking needs. Since 2000, it has been part of The Royal Bank of Scotland Group.
To learn more about NatWest visit: www.natwest.com