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NorthRow

Category
Startup

Vertical
RegTech

Launched in 2011, NorthRow is the only comprehensive risk scoring platform that can handle complex multi-source fraud detection and compliance checks on people, companies and ID documents at high speed, delivered in a single view, through one easily-integrated API.

NorthRow combines data from a broad range of commercial, open source and law enforcement sources with a proprietary risk scoring system to reduce the risk of fraud and make compliance checks and processes, such as AML (Anti Money Laundering) and KYC (Know Your Customer), as frictionless as possible.

NorthRow delivers a comprehensive and holistic view of both people and companies, so that regulated and risk-conscious firms can instantly make crucial, data-driven decisions about how and with whom they do business.

If you would like to learn more, please go to www.northrow.com follow us on @NorthRowChecks or email marketing@northrow.com or call +44 (0) 1235 375000.

Team Members

Vanessa Richards

Chief Product Officer, NorthRow

Adrian Black

Founder & Chief Executive, NorthRow

Blogs

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Upcoming Events

05
Jun
Policymaker Series: Simon McDougall, Executive Director for Technology, Policy & Innovation, ICO
Location: Deloitte Fusion, WeWork Waterhouse Square, Building 3, 138 Holborn, London EC1N 2SW
Join us on Wednesday 5th June for an interactive discussion, with Simon McDougall, Executive Director for Technology, Policy & Innovation...
12
Jun
Money Talks: VCs Take The Stage
Location: WeWork Waterhouse Square, 138 Holborn, London EC1N 2SW
Entrepreneurs go to VCs for money. But what if the tables were turned and investors had to pitch to entrepreneurs?...
21
Jun
Financial Inclusion Hack – A 48 Hour Hackathon to Bank the UnBanked
Location: Royal Bank of Scotland HQ 175 Glasgow Road, Edinburgh, EH12 9SB
Hosted by Founders of the Future : Powered by RBS and Innovate Finance According to the Financial Inclusion Commission, there...