- J.P. Morgan Payments has selected Trulioo for identity verification tools.
- Trulioo’s Person Match and Identity Document Verification will offer verification of consumers and businesses.
- J.P. Morgan Payments processes more than $9 trillion in payments each day in over 160 countries and 120 currencies.
“We chose [Trulioo] because of its breadth of personally identifiable data sources, impressive match rates, and global footprint,” said J.P. Morgan Payments Managing Director- Global Head of Trust & Safety Ryan Schmiedl. “Trulioo has the trusted authentication and verification experience we want to offer clients and additional layers of protection from fraud during the onboarding experience and beyond.”
JPM, which processes more than $9 trillion in payments each day in over 160 countries and 120 currencies, will leverage Trulioo’s global payments and trust and safety models. Specifically, JPM will use Trulioo’s Person Match and Identity Document Verification to offer verification of both consumers and businesses.
“With real-time access to hundreds of government registries, public records, data sources and document types, we can verify people and businesses globally, leaving no space for bad actors and, ultimately, help J.P. Morgan clients adhere to the highest of standards, no matter where their clients operate,” said Trulioo CEO Steve Munford.
Canada-based Trulioo, which was founded in 2011, helps organization navigate compliance by offering real-time verification of more than five billion people and 700 million business entities worldwide. Last month, Trulioo added intelligent transaction routing to its identity verification orchestration platform. The company has raised $475 million.