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NetGuardians becomes Avaloq certified partner

NetGuardians has become an Avaloq certified software partner for real-time fraud prevention.

NetGuardians has developed a certified adaptor with Avaloq to connect its machine learning risk platform, NG|Screener, to Avaloq’s core banking system, Avaloq Banking Suite.

“We are delighted that NetGuardians has become an Avaloq certified software partner,” said Avaloq CTO Thomas Beck. “The new adaptor is fully compatible with the Avaloq Banking Suite and will make it quicker and easier for banks to adopt NetGuardians’ effective fraud mitigation solution.”

NetGuardians co-founder and chief executive, Joël Winteregg, added: “We are proud to be a certified Avaloq software partner and part of the growing Avaloq community.

“We already have one Avaloq bank in Asia using the NetGuardians anti-fraud solution. Becoming a certified partner means we can quickly help more banks and wealth managers around the world in their fight against fraud, which has got to be good for them and their customers.”

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