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Karlsgate Identity Exchange (KIE™)

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Pipeline Revolution 

  Realize the value of your data without risking PII or sacrificing regulatory compliance.

  Seamlessly and securely partner with anyone, anywhere

  Never share your identifiable data. Never share persistent IDs.

Use Cases.

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Secure Sanctions & Watchlist Screening

Enables checking sanctions lists, watchlists, and regulatory databases to identify individuals or entities that may be subject to sanctions or involved in illicit activities without sharing PII or persistent IDs.

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Collaborative Fraud Detection

Financial institutions can securely share and analyze data together to identify suspicious patterns and flag fraudulent activity faster and more effectively.

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Cross Border AML Checks

Combat money laundering with secure cross-border data checks. With secure and compliant information sharing that doesn't require copying PII, you can identify suspicious activity across accounts and institutions, regardless of location and safely spanning jurisdictions.

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Securely Power Risk Assessment

Unlock the power of alternative data sources, like utility bills or purchase history, to assess credit risk. Karlsgate enables secure access and integration of valuable data sources in any market. 

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Simplify Data Exchange

We provide a streamlined protocol that simplifies the process of connecting data with any partner, anywhere, making it easier to get more data than ever before. By automating data element normalization, standardization, and file format alignment, Karlsgate reduces the manual effort required for data collaboration and integration projects. Increasing efficiency means more data sooner, letting you focus on realizing the value of your data. 


Scale Data Connectivity

Karlsgate empowers data owners to scale data connectivity efforts without compromising the security of PII or the efficiency to connect data. More data from a variety of sources is needed to power AI-driven decisions and solutions. Gone are the days of limiting yourself to partners within a closed data ecosystem. Whether you need to connect with technology partners, external data providers, or regulatory agencies, we facilitate seamless collaboration with privacy-by-design precision and accuracy.   


Collaborate With Anyone, Compliantly

We prioritize data privacy and security, ensuring PII remains safeguarded during all touchpoints of the data sharing process. Now, implementing robust identity verification processes to prevent fraud and comply with regulatory requirements such as KYC (Know Your Customer) and AML (Anti-Money Laundering) or complying with regulations such as GDPR, no longer means needing to leverage persistent IDs; our unique capabilities make it possible to compliantly match data at an individual level while sending neither PII nor persistent IDs to your data partners. By embedding privacy-enhancing measures directly into data workflows, we mitigate the risks associated with data collaboration and minimize the potential for re-identification. 

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