Keesing at Money 20/20 Europe

Keesing Technologies had a blast exhibiting at Money 20/20 Europe, in RAI Amsterdam! During Europe’s biggest fintech event, over 2000 companies gathered in the Dutch capital, bringing together ideas about what will drive the future of financial services.

At Money 20/20 it was again confirmed that digital ID verification plays a crucial role in securing customer trust and preventing (ID) fraud. Banks and other financial institutions are under pressure: their key challenge is preserving the trust of customers, while complying to increasingly complex regulations.

It comes to no surprise we saw an increasing number of market players developing a range of solutions for this problem. Which brings the following questions; what are the opportunities presented by open banking initiatives and API integrations; will regulation disrupt or enhance superapp growth?

Keesing Technologies took this opportunity to showcase at Money 20/20 its newest customer onboarding solution. This solution, which is part of the AuthentiScan product suite,  offers high quality identity proofing without unnecessarily prolonging the process, whilst maintaining the accuracy needed to comply with regulations. Already many organisations in the financial sector have chosen to streamline their customer onboarding processes with the help of Keesing’s AuthentiScan.

“Money 20/20 was a great place to meet customers, as well as potential partners and just get the latest views on the exciting new things in the industry. The organisers did a splendid job at facilitating networking and selecting engaging speakers, so I am already looking forward to the event next year!”  – Irina Bischof, Product Manager Keesing Technologies

About Money 20/20

Money20/20 organizes the largest global events enabling payments and financial services innovation for connected commerce at the intersection of mobile, retail, marketing services, data and technology. It featured over 70 hours of content, 350 speakers and 6,000 attendees from more than 2,000 companies.