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Nick Maxwell, Head of the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) ‘Future of Financial Intelligence Sharing’ (FFIS) programme, speaks with Taavi Tamkivi, Founder & CEO of Salv, about the launch of the new ‘#AML Bridge’ initiative which uses Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) to allow banks to share KYC and AML information in Estonia.

In this interview, Taavi talks through the first use case of the initiative which allows banks to be alerted when a member of the initiative identifies a PEP relative or close associate and there is a likely match in accounts in other participant banks.

For more information about the case study and the FFIS research in this space, please visit:

An interview series supported by Oliver Wyman, Refinitiv, Western Union, Verafin and the SWIFT Institute.

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