Fairfax, Virginia, August 2017 – Exprentis, Inc., a Virginia-based technology vendor and a long-term provider of services addressing the challenges of Financial Crime Risk Management (FCRM), Anti-Money Laundering (AML), and Model Risk Management (MRM) finds itself in the center of the new Regulatory Technology (RegTech) trend. The new, groundbreaking Resolvian RegTech developed by Exprentis is a unique and advanced integration of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning technologies.
The company’s current RegTech offerings draw from several founder and team achievements. Dr. Tom Dybala, the founder of Exprentis, did his academic Ph.D. research and published articles on the AI and ML agent technologies back in the nineties. The Exprentis team members received the Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence Award for the development of the Advanced Detection System, which monitors NASDAQ stock market trades. The Exprentis team members co-authored seven patents, which later laid the groundwork for Oracle Mantas’ products, NASDAQ market watch technologies, and Exprentis’ own RegTech technologies. Exprentis received three grants from the National Science Foundation for development of the apprenticeship machine learning methods for Regulatory Knowledge Bases. The US Intelligence Advanced Research Project Agency selected Exprentis to participate in its program for the development of the International Compliance Monitoring machine reading technologies.
After many years of advanced research and lessons learned from financial industry projects, the Resolvian product was created. Resolvian is a Regulatory Technology platform that uses semantic knowledge representation, natural language processing, deductive reasoning, and machine learning technologies to improve financial crime investigations and model risk management practices. Learn more about Resolvian at www.resolvian.com.
About Exprentis, Inc.
Exprentis is a software solutions firm providing advanced RegTech products and services targeting financial crime detection, regulatory compliance and risk management needs of the financial services industry. The developed Resolvian technology is based on the Artificial Intelligence paradigm. It integrates regulatory knowledge graphs, deductive reasoning, and statistical decision models with machine learning algorithms. The Resolvian platform operates as an ensemble of intelligent assistants that augment financial crime investigations and model risk management tasks. Exprentis’ services include compliance data analytics, development of detection models, model optimization and validation, setup and enhancements of model risk management frameworks, and technology research and feasibility studies. For more information go to www.exprentis.com and www.resolvian.com