What we do
We build custom technology products for various financial sector concerns like compliance, risk, and investigations. We can help you design a solution based on standard industry practices, including integrations with established data providers.
We can provide you with complete product and workflow solutions, low-level data processing pipelines, or a combination of both. We support our solutions long term and we build things to last.
Our services are based on incremental delivery methodologies which minimise your upfront investment. We love working directly with the business, even when the direction seems less clear - we take pride in our ability to come up with solutions that must account for unknowns.
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Why we do it
There’s a race to optimise the way corporate intelligence is processed - whether for managing risk or for investigations - and it all relies heavily on technology. But the sector often resorts to large-scale, slow and expensive delivery models, producing uninventive or inflexible outcomes.
We’ve seen how different areas of the sector have evolved differently, and there is certainly a demand for innovation.
Practices like Sanctions screening, for example, are now using much better data, premium or open. But the processes and business mindset around it have evolved very little. At the same time, the constant expansion of online media makes reputational risk still costly to manage, and it’s very much a greenfield for FinTech.
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We've spent years innovating products for key players in the financial sector and we have first-hand expertise with their processes.
We have a very good grasp of the challenges in this business and we're acutely aware of their implications on technology delivery.
At Blue Anvil, we’ve proven that the success of such solutions is built on healthy relationships, iterative processes, experimentation, and a proactive engagement with the business.
Last, but not least, our work over the years gave us a deep understanding of the practical challenges when working with the established actors in the financial market, as well as the disruptors.