Automate how you identify and report IFTI's and TTR's (with SMR's on the way) and create a single, auditable view of regulatory obligations.
NZ FIU Reporting
Streamline your PTR transaction reporting to the NZ FIU, including IFT (with LCT capability coming in the near future).
At Identitii, we believe AML and CTF compliance should be easy and automated, to better help prevent financial crime
AML/CTF compliance today
80% of data used by financial institutions is unstructured, and spread across legacy technology systems, making it difficult to trust that you have a complete picture
How we can help
Identitii automates how you identify, collect, report and store transaction information, so that payments can be processed quickly and AML and CTF compliance is streamlined
Replace manual processes and spreadsheets with secure digital workflows built on pre-defined business and regulatory rules
Securely request and share transaction information in any format internally, with counterparties or regulators
Manage transaction data internally, or to regulators like AUSTRAC and NZ FIU, so you have a complete and accurate view of compliance
Put the right data, in the right hands at the right time
Know you have the information you need to perform financial crime due diligence internally, with counterparties or for regulators, without replacing existing systems
News and Insights
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ISO 20022: Migration Updates
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