Kaizen Selected as FinCrimeTech50 Company

08 May 2024, London – Leading regulatory technology firm, Kaizen today announced that it has been selected for the FinCrimeTech50 listing, an exclusive directory which highlights the leading firms in the world of financial crime and fraud prevention, and organisations who are focused on supporting businesses in developing their financial crime risk management strategies.

The finalists were selected by a distinguished panel of analysts and industry experts. The judges were given the task of reviewing a list of over 400 nominated enterprises with FinTech Global providing detailed information on each business to help reach a decision.

Kaizen’s proprietary surveillance solutions provide trade and communications monitoring on one system to help middle office and compliance teams comply with market abuse regulations bringing intelligence analysts the sources they need to operate in an efficient and effective manner.

Kaizen CEO Dario Crispini, said:

“We are honoured to have been selected as a FinCrimeTech50 company and to have been recognised for the surveillance solutions we provide to the industry. Having the right analytic tools in place is essential for firms that want to demonstrate that they are considering all relevant market abuse risks and are in compliance with the Market Abuse Regulations (MAR).”

FinTech Global director Richard Sachar said, “As global financial crime trends continue to rise, compliance teams face growing datasets that outpace traditional tools. Given this pressure, financial institutions are increasingly turning to AI to improve their fraud prevention, biometrics, risk management tools, process automation, and data analytics.

“The FinCrimeTech50 list will help senior compliance professionals filter through all the solution providers in the market by highlighting the tech leaders in the market who can help financial institutions stay ahead of fraudsters and criminals in 2024 and beyond.”


  • For more information, please contact James Dunseath, Communications Advisor, on +44 (0) 7557 955 795 or media@kaizenreporting.com.