Swedish Banking Platform Juni Selects TruNarrative’s Regtech Solution

Swedish Banking Platform Juni Selects TruNarrative’s Regtech Solution

by March 10, 2021

Juni, a Swedish-based banking platform for e-commerce and online marketing companies, has selected regtech TruNarrative to deliver compliance and onboarding technology.

This move will provide Juni the capability to successfully onboard and monitor their individual and business clients.

The Juni and TruNarrative partnership will deliver full access to the latter’s solutions and capabilities for client onboarding, identity verification, Pep’s, sanctions, adverse media monitoring, and ongoing risk monitoring.

TruNarrative will also deliver checks and ongoing monitoring against corporate entities, their directors and associated third parties.

Within the TruNarrative interface, Juni will also have access to a full case management system for manual reviews and referrals, a natural language rule builder allowing for rapid strategy changes, and a comprehensive audit trail with instant recall of all data for regulatory purposes.

Edward Vaughan, Head of Banking at TruNarrative

Edward Vaughan

“It’s great to work with new and innovative businesses.


We look forward to helping Juni bring their services to market and providing their customers with a smooth onboarding experience.”

said Edward Vaughan, Head of Banking at TruNarrative.

Samir El-Sabini, co-founder and CEO of Juni

Samir El-Sabini

“Smooth onboarding and KYC processes are key to the customer experience for any digital banking platform.


We’re very proud of partnering with TruNarrative that enables us to onboard customers in a customer friendly way.”

said Samir El-Sabini, CEO & Co-Founder at Juni.



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