CUBE launches AI RegTech solution

CUBE has launched a new platform which uses artificial intelligence to deliver regulatory compliance.

The London-based RegTech company said the new solution, which is the third generation of its RegPlatform product, provides financial institutions with regulatory intelligence capabilities and a source of regulatory data.

The platform combines regulatory data sets with AI capabilities and uses machine learning to identify what is relevant to customers.

“I am delighted to announce the latest release of RegPlatform,” said Ben Richmond, chief executive and founder of CUBE. “Our team across the globe have worked round the clock to develop RegPlatform as the premier Automated Regulatory Intelligence offering in the market.”

He added: “This release will take the business value delivered to all of our customers to a new level and will streamline and automate our customers complex compliance processes.”

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