January 11, 2022

Detected Joins Visa Fintech Partner Connect

By collaborating with Visa, Detected and Visa are filling a critical gap in KYB compliance.

London, UK, 11th January 2022 - Detected, the critical infrastructure component for next-generation KYB compliance, today announced that it has joined Visa Fintech Partner Connect Program in their Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa Region.

Through a new collaboration with Visa, companies will be able to use Detected’s Connected Compliance API to search and locate business credit, corporate and director information from around the globe in seconds. From there, ID verification, UBO information and company documentation can all be gathered and linked to the business’ profile.

Detected fills this critical KYB gap in the payments technology stack with its ‘Find Company’ algorithm – the ability to find any registered company globally with minimal information – API-first technology for seamless deployment, and advanced capabilities to ease customer onboarding.

Liam Chennells, CEO at Detected, said: “Where money moves, compliance is a problem –especially when trying to validate the credentials of a business. If a company, anywhere on earth, is registered with its local authority or government, Detected can find it with less data input than any other solution. We are excited to be working with Visa and its partners to pioneer this category.”

“Businesses want a simpler experience onboarding sellers so they can offer their customers a more diverse range of products from around the world,” said Alex McCrea, Head of Fintech Partnerships – CEMEA at Visa. “Detected offers businesses a seamless compliance solution that enables them to grow and remain competitive. We are delighted to welcome Detected into Visa’s Fintech Partner Connect program.”

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