Reliable partnerships ensure the success of CURENTIS projects


Joint projects and successes with sustainable benefits in banking processes are the goals of our actions. With our technology and solution partners, we complement each other's competencies and create unique constellations for the benefit of our customers!

KYC Spider

KYC Spider is a pioneer in the RegTech and ComplianceTech sector, providing comprehensive, digital risk management and compliance software solutions to optimize regulatory processes and documentation requirements in the financial services and fintech industries, as well as in all unregulated industries such as commodities trading, automotive or luxury goods, real estate, pharma and all other industries. The offering includes global checks for embargoes, sanctions, politically exposed persons ("PEPs"), country risks as well as for white-collar crime, comprehensive compliance documentation including form generation, adverse media screening, remote customer identifications (video and Autoident), electronic qualified signatures, blockchain analysis as well as many other compliance tools to preventively identify and avoid risks and document customer and business relationships. KYC Spider is thus one of the most secure, fastest and reliable KYC compliance platforms on the market.

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CRIF GmbH is one of the leading information service providers for companies and private individuals in Germany and can point to over 130 years of market experience. The company offers customised solutions for identification, credit assessment and fraud prevention, for credit risk and address management as well as for digitalisation and predictive analytics for companies and financial institutions. CRIF is part of the globally active credit agency group CRIF with headquarters in Bologna, Italy. Today, the group is active in over 30 countries on four continents with around 4,400 experts and 70 companies. Every day, around 6,300 banks and financial institutions, over 55,000 companies and over 310,000 consumers worldwide use CRIF's solutions.

CRIF cooperates with CURENTIS AG and wants to further increase the quality for efficient KYC processes and set new standards in the fight against money laundering together with CURENTIS.

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Bundesdruckerei GmbH

Bundesdruckerei GmbH (BDr) is one of the world's leading companies in high-security technology. BDr supplies personal documents and high-security cards, banknotes, stamps and revenue stamps as well as electronic publications of all kinds in Germany and abroad. In addition, it offers complete systems for the centralised or decentralised production and personalisation of ID cards / personal documents as well as PKI services, e.g. for electronic signatures. In order to meet the increased security requirements, BDr closes the circle of personal identification and document verification from the issuing of ID documents to border control. In doing so, it increasingly relies on new technologies in the field of biometrics.

In view of the ever-increasing globalisation of all business processes involving more and more countries, more and more people from more and more nations will travel more and more frequently and further and further afield and thus also make use of services in the destination countries. This means that both the number of people entering a country and their diversity of origin are typically constantly increasing. The VISOCORE® Verify solution is suitable for document verification as an instrument against money laundering and fraud offences and significantly increases the efficiency of business processes.

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B&L OCR SYSTEME GmbH (B&L) is a market-leading high-tech company in the field of receipt and document recognition. With its formstar® software, B&L offers a solution that converts electronic or paper forms, receipts and documents (e.g. bank and insurance documents, applications, order forms, invoices, delivery notes, prescriptions, ID cards, etc.) into systemically processable characters and can process the information they contain directly to the systems that process them further.

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