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Identitii Limited (ASX:ID8) is eliminating anti-money laundering (AML) and counter terrorist financing (CTF) compliance risk for financial services businesses all around the world.


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To combat financial crime, financial institutions are required to report certain transactions to regulators around the world. This includes AUSTRAC in Australia, who has levied $2Billion in fines for non-compliance since 2018.

Identitii is built on the belief that AML/CTF compliance should be automated and easy. But financial institutions are built on decades old technology and still use spreadsheets to manage compliance.

We’ve built a cloud platform that helps financial institutions and regulators save time, simplify reporting and reduce risk.

Want to know more? Watch the video to see how we help automate AML and CTF reporting to AUSTRAC in Australia.

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FY22 Annual Report Webinar

Following the release of Identitii’s FY22 Annual Report this week, CEO John Rayment hosted a virtual investor update where he reviewed key highlights from FY22 and provided a forward view for FY23.

If you missed the investor briefing you can view the recording online now.

The webcast discussed progress against the Company’s RegTech strategy and the new One Platform strategy for FY23, introduced in the CEOs letter in the Annual Report. 

It also addressed the recent approval of Identitii’s patent in Singapore, which joins the US patent granted in 2020.

FY22 Annual Report

Identitii is pleased to provide its FY22 Annual Report to the market. 

“We have been through a year of change and relentless focus on market opportunity. I am delighted by the extraordinary commitment of the people and their unwavering  belief in the businesses future success.” Tim Phillipps, Chairperson

CEO and Managing Director John Rayment will be available to discuss the Annual Report and answer any questions during a webinar on Thursday 1 September 2022 at 11am AEST. 

Please email [email protected] if you have questions.

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Corporate Governance

Identitii’s objective is to grow value for our shareholders by becoming a vital part of the payments and corporate treasury infrastructure for our customers. To achieve this objective, we need to do more than just provide innovative products and services that deliver real business value. We need to be accountable to all shareholders, customers, employees and business partners and to ensure we live by sound corporate governance practices and policies, which are set out in these guidelines. These guidelines are subject to modification from time to time as the Board of Directors deems appropriate in the best interests of Identitii or as required by applicable laws and regulations.

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