2022 – Year in Review

2022 was a year of growth and recognition for OMNIO. With the help of our new partners, Ocean Investments and Ivo Evgeniev, OMNIO was able to rapidly expand and solidify its position as a key RegTech player.

 

The year was further highlighted by the recognition of OMNIO’s CEO, Stoyan Loznaov, by the Bulgarian Fintech Association and the Bulgarian Startup Association, where he shared his experiences in building a successful startup. His goal for OMNIO is a future devoid of financial fraud and abuse, as well as the expansion of the business to include financial institutions and government regulatory bodies.

The end of the year was met with great success and recognition when OMNIO was selected among the Top 10 fintech start-ups for the Fall 2022 edition of Catapult and was chosen as one of the five winners of the Kickstarter program. This marked the beginning of our journey in Luxembourg, Europe’s largest financial hub.

By combining OMNIO’s all-in-one software with SightSpan‘s risk management and compliance expertise, we can now provide the most comprehensive compliance CRM platform. Together, OMNIO and SightSpan bring a strong combination of technology and expert advice to help financial institutions avoid money laundering, fraud, and other financial crimes.

The year was further marked by the announcement of their collaboration with OpenSanctions, which enabled OMNIO to take sanctions screening to the next level and provide the most advanced Customer Monitoring service.

This was followed by the celebration of our 1000th follower on LinkedIn and being named one of the Top AI companies in the Balkans.

 

2022 has demonstrated the power of perseverance, and OMNIO has certainly been rewarded for our hard work. With the right partners and resources, we have accomplished many things and have set a great foundation for future growth.

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