FNA Launches the First Graph Analytics Platform for Finance
Today, FNA is officially launching the first Graph Analytics Platform for Financial Institutions. The FNA Platform has over 250 graph and machine learning algorithms that allow users to implement advanced analytics solutions to investigate the interconnectedness of data. FNA empowers business analysts to carry out and automate advanced data science tasks.
Graph analytics has become highly important to the challenges facing financial institutions ranging from systemic risks to fraud & AML. It provides new insights by revealing patterns of interconnections in data that have so far been overlooked.
The FNA Platform incorporates over ten years of research and has been successfully implemented for proven solutions at Central Banks and Financial Market Infrastructures to:
- Detect Anomalies in Real-Time
- Stress-Test Systemic Risk
- Optimise Liquidity Utilisation
FNA is providing free, 30-day access to the platform at https://www.fnalab.com. Users can follow guided tours of FNA Dashboards and investigate several business scenarios based on historical and real-time data.
FNA representatives will be attending Sibos in Toronto, ON, October 16-19. CEO and Founder of FNA, Dr. Kimmo Soramaki, will present with Payments Canada at Sibos about their success with the FNA Platform in modernising Canada’s payment system.
FNA will also be at the FIA Expo in Chicago, IL, October 17-19 where they have been selected as an FIA Innovator.
FNA enables users to map and monitor complex financial systems. With over 250 graph and machine learning algorithms, business analysts can implement and automate advanced analytics solutions to investigate the interconnectedness of data.
Over a decade of pioneering research into financial graphs makes the company a leader in its field. FNA’s clients include the world’s largest central banks, infrastructure providers, and leading financial institutions.
For more information about FNA, visit https://www.fna.fi or contact the firm at press(at)fna(dot)fi +44 20 3286 1111, and follow on Twitter @fnalab. FNA is headquartered in London.