GBG’s market leading solution, greenID, expands to offer complete end to end digital identity verification with cutting edge 3 March

GBG

(AIM:GBG), the global technology specialist in fraud and compliance management, identity verification and location data intelligence, today announced the expansion of greenID, the Australian founded solution and industry leader in identity verification, to an end to end digital identity verification platform. The new greenID Digital Identity Verification Platform is complete with biometric and document verification, data matching, and data intelligence to improve and accelerate the eKYC process.

Acquired by GBG in 2018, greenID has been helping organisations in Australia and New Zealand address regulatory and compliance requirements, anti-money laundering (AML) / Counter-Financing of Terrorism (CTF), PEPs and sanction since 2005. Each year, the solution services hundreds of organisations across the banking, superannuation, BNPL, finance and fintech, insurance, wagering, government, telco, education and legal sectors, and performs more than 21 million verifications.
In addition to a licensed Document Verification Service (DVS) identity service provider, greenID helps organisations complete mandatory identity verification checks using an extensive number of local data sources and has successfully scaled to manage verification spikes during carnivals like Melbourne Cup, all while adhering to international information security standards. The new greenID Digital Identity Verification Platform offers an increased range of unique local government and independent data sources, international data sources for 190 markets, and the option of facial biometric and document validation, to ensure more consumers can be successfully verified and onboarded at a higher level of speed and accuracy.
Organisations can now use greenID Digital Identity Verification Platform to automate their entire eKYC customer journey. Available services include document validation using driver’s licenses, passports, and visas; facial verification; identity data matching; data intelligence with address
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