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Samuel Rowe

New JMLSG guidance recognises the power of digital identity

On 1 June 2020, the Joint Money Laundering Steering Group (JMLSG) published its revised guidance for what is expected of regulated financial services entities in relation to the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing. The new guidance recognises the central role that digital identity and robust biometric technologies can play in ensuring regulated entities meet their anti-money laundering (AML) and counter terrorist financing (CTF) obligations.   What is the JMLSG? The JMLSG is a private sector organisation that produces guidance to help the financial services sector meet its legal obligations in relation to AML and CTF. Its guidance isn’t

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Yoti's team discussing age estimation technology

Developing our facial age estimation tech through roundtable discussions

Here at Yoti, we’re on a mission to become the world’s most trusted identity platform. This isn’t something we plan on doing on our own but with the input, expertise and knowledge of people from all across society. We have our Guardian Council of influential individuals who ensure that we always seek to do the right thing, and that we are transparent about what we are doing and why. We also have an internal trust committee, who oversee the development and implementation of our ethical approaches. Earlier this year, we held two roundtables with experts in their fields to discuss

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