Member Driven Technologies in new partnership to fight fraud

FARMINGTON HILLS–Member Driven Technologies, a credit union service organization, announced a strategic partnership with Persona, a San Francisco-based provider of secure identity verification services.

Persona empowers MDT’s credit union clients to adjust their identity verification flows in real time based on risk signals to convert more good users while deterring fraudsters. Clients can mix and match building blocks to design custom-branded  identity verification systems that convert more members, streamline operations, and fight fraud.

“MDT has a proven reputation of providing credit unions with innovative fintech solutions and services that help support their business and members,” said Sasha Dobrolioubov, Head of Partnerships at Persona. “We are excited to offer our tools to their impressive client base, helping more credit unions collect, verify, understand, and orchestrate members’ identities for any use case.”

“With their deep compliance and fraud expertise, Persona has helped many organizations detect hard-to-catch fraud, banning bad actors permanently – something that has never been more important and needed,” said Larry Nichols, CEO and president of MDT. “We look forward to offering their identity verification solution to our credit union community, helping maximize conversions while minimizing fraud.”

Member Driven Technologies provides a private cloud alternative for credit unions’ core processing and IT needs. The CUSO hosts the Symitar core processing system from Jack Henry & Associates Inc., as well as dozens of seamlessly integrated products and services, such as digital banking, payments, lending, cybersecurity, and imaging. MDT also offers business continuity, disaster recovery and regulatory services, as well as consulting, data analytics, email hosting, and hardware purchasing services. More at www.mdtmi.com.

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