Hong Kong fintech Forms Syntron releases Azure-powered platforms

Hong Kong fintech Forms Syntron releases Azure-powered platforms

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Microsoft Hong Kong is helping fintech Forms Syntron to offer Azure-powered solutions


Banking Copilot uses Azure OpenAI to automate compliance processes and risk assessments while FinnoSafe is a Web 3.0 platform that helps to protect the privacy of digital assets

Alice Chambers |

Forms Syntron, a fintech firm in Hong Kong, has released two new Microsoft Azure-powered platforms to help make banking and finance simpler, smarter and safer.

Banking Copilot, a generative artificial intelligence solution, leverages Azure OpenAI to automate compliance data collection and documentation, conduct risk assessment and mitigation, and improve overall governance. Meanwhile, FinnoSafe, an AI-powered Web 3.0 platform, enables users to take control of their digital assets and card payments via tokenisation.

“Both Banking Copilot and FinnoSafe platforms reflect our embrace of transformation within the financial services industry,” said Frank Chow, chairman of Forms Syntron. “As we enter the era of Web 3.0, we firmly believe that forward-thinking institutions must seize the opportunity to integrate these technologies into their strategies, business models and adoption plans.”

Both platforms aim to help businesses meet increasingly stringent regulatory requirements and adapt to the changing financial services environment.

“We are delighted to support Forms Syntron’s initiative, demonstrating our shared passion for driving innovation in the financial sector,” said Hou Yang, chairman and CEO of Microsoft Greater China Region. “With transformative cloud and generative AI solutions, Microsoft is harnessing the exciting innovation in Hong Kong’s finance industry and building a secure and efficient financial infrastructure platform with enterprise-grade security measures and responsible AI practices.

“This collaboration underscores our commitment to empowering Hong Kong’s digital economy and strengthening its position as a leading international finance centre.”

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