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Digital Identity for AML KYC in the UK

The UK Joint Money Laundering Steering group (JMLSG) has this week updated its Prevention of money laundering/combating terrorist financing, Guidance for the UK Financial Sector to embrace the use of Digital Identities for the purposes of identity validation and verification. This is an excellent step forward for the acceptability of Digital Identities in a vital new [...]

Update on OIX Board Governance

I wanted to update you a really positive change to the OIX governance policy made by the OIX Board. Firstly, we were concerned that general members were under-represented on the OIX board. To date, representation of the OIX general members on the OIX board has been through a single elected member who had a single vote [...]

Working Group Update

One of OIX objectives over the next 6-9 months is to produce and publish are a set of Overarching Trust Framework Guides and Interoperability Guides. A “framework of frameworks”. The purpose of this is to enable the following parties to better understand the Identity Ecosystem:   Bring together the already aligned thinking of global identity influencers [...]

Why we need Trusted Digital Identity – now more than ever

The circumstances we currently find ourselves in with COVID-19 are certainly unprecedented. Social distancing and stay-at-home mean that transactions that could traditionally be face to face are now no longer possible.  From shopping to undertaking legal transactions. From applying for benefits to volunteering. We are seeing the demise of cash, as shops and delivery services no [...]