QEDIT for Financial Crime Mitigation

Mitigate financial risk and grow your business through secure data collaboration with other enterprises


Acquire actionable intelligence, without divulging sensitive information

Use state-of-the-art Privacy-Enhancing Technology to engage in safe and secure data collaboration. By identifying overlapping customers and cross-referencing relevant data points you can glean critical KYC and CDD insights to protect your business, without violating data privacy regulations or disclosing sensitive information that must be kept private for legal or business reasons.


Select comparison criteria that suits your business requirements

Launch your collaboration in minutes using a customizable workflow template that enables you and other participants to select and compare records, or to run aggregate calculations on transactional data to identify high-risk customers.


Automate your enhanced KYC and CDD processes

Automatically compare new data with older records supplied by members of your ecosystem to conduct real-time, ongoing due diligence that helps you mitigate risk, reduce spending and grow your customer base.

How it Works
Launch a Project

Select a workflow template and define rules to govern your collaboration

Invite Participants

Set up your private network and invite partners to begin collaborating


Match, compute and verify encrypted data without sharing sensitive information

Monetize Insights

Translate insights from your partners’ data into new revenue and cost-saving opportunities

What is Privacy-Enhancing Technology (PET)?

QEDIT employs robust Privacy-Enhancing Technology, leveraging advanced cryptographic techniques, to enable the analysis and sharing of insights without exposing the underlying data itself.


What leading authorities say about PET:

“crucial for the next stages of the data economy”


– The European Commission

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“[enables] previously unimaginable opportunities”


–  The World Economic Forum

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“eliminate(s) the collection of personal data”


– US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

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