Though the Dodd-Frank Act is four years old, only 52% of the rules have been completed, and less than one-third of financial firms feel they are prepared to meet the upcoming compliance challenges.
Month: July 2014
Linguistics academics in the US founded Fonetic, which uses “sentiment analysis” to analyse strings of speech between bankers, alerting compliance teams to possibly fraudulent conversations on trading floors. This is all about context; Fonetic has spent five years building-up a finance industry-specific lexicon in 79 languages. Santander loves it.
Madrid, Spain – 17th July 2014 – Fonetic, the leaders in voice recognition and linguistics analytics for the financial services sector, today announced a partnership with Tango Networks, a leading provider of Business Mobility Services. The partnership sees Fonetic’s speech analytics solution for fast and accurate trade analysis, full trade reconstruction, pro-active anti-fraud alerts and […]
We all have bad habits, many of which are picked up from those around us such as our family, our friends and our colleagues. In fact psychologically speaking, ‘mimicking’ is an evolutionary and subconscious device we all adopt to fit in with groups. If then, we appropriate Aristotle’s definition of habit and apply this to […]