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Wynyard Advanced Crime Analytics Solution Selected by PSCU

Wynyard Advanced Crime Analytics Solution Selected by PSCU,the Nation’s Leading Credit Union Services Organization

Auckland, 29 January 2015 – Wynyard Group, a market leader in crime fighting software and services, today announced that it has signed a multi-year agreement with PSCU for its Internal Fraud Analytics Solution – a configuration of the Wynyard Advanced Crime Analytics Platform.

PSCU, the nation’s leading credit union services organization, will use Wynyard Fraud Analytics as part of its overall risk management and financial controls efforts. Wynyard’s Fraud Analytics solution is an integrated fraud detection, investigation, and anti-money laundering (AML /CFT) tool.

Wynyard Chief Executive Officer Craig Richardson said: “This agreement reinforces the value of Wynyard Advanced Crime Analytics for financial institutions as they increase their adoption of new fraud management technologies.”

Established in 1977, PSCU (based in St. Petersburg, FL) is owned by over 700 member credit unions, representing 18.5 million credit, debit, prepaid, online bill payment, mobile, and electronic banking accounts. Comprehensive 24/7/365 member support is delivered through four Contact Centres located throughout the United States that handle more than 18 million inquiries a year.


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