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London-based Delta Capita launches CLM platform- Karbon

London-based Delta Capita announced the launch of a client lifecycle management (CLM) platform, Karbon, today. The new platform is expected to enable financial institutions to reduce their operational costs (up to 40%) by accelerating the process of information gathering and decision making.

Gary McClure, former HSBC executive now Head of Delta Capita’s CLM business said, “Until now, a typical bank analyst has spent far too much time gathering information on the suitability of current and potential clients. Our new Karbon platform structures data in a way that means analysts can focus their efforts on carrying out detailed due diligence on company data, adding real value to the analysis, instead of spending much of their time inputting data into a system.”

According to Delta Capita, Karbon is live and operational and will supplement the company’s existing CLM business. The platform offers automated sourcing and aggregation of client information coupled with ongoing monitoring. It aims to boost AML prevention through a configurable workflow, rules, screening and reporting.

Andrey Yashunsky, the Managing partner of Prytek, who provided Delta Capita with a $50m equity investment back in March, added, “We are very pleased to build strong assets together with Delta Capita, who are bringing revolutionary technology, such as Karbon, to the world. As a multinational technology conglomerate, Prytek’s goal is to build powerful, efficient solutions by creating ecosystems and merging operational and portfolio companies.”

The company recently raised $150 million investment from Prytek in a bid to drive its expansion and strengthen its position in the European service provider and FinTech hubs market.

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