Mike Oaten, riskhunter.co.uk, Bristol UK

(Mike Oaten) #1

Hi everyone,

I'm a co-founder of Regulation Technologies Ltd, we're on the Neo4j start-up programme with our product https://riskhunter.co.uk/ which identifies fraud and mis-selling in UK financial services.

I first came across graphs with a previous start-up (riskopy.com sold 18 months ago, we identified hidden risks in supply chains) and have been hooked ever since.

We maintain a neo DB of all past and live UK companies and company officers and may be able to open that up for community access at some point (12m companies, 13m officers, 180m relationships, 20k records updates daily, spatial and temporal data included). Check thegraphproject.com periodically to see if we do...

And lastly, we are recruiting for a meetup group https://www.meetup.com/Bristol-Graph-Database-Group/ in Bristol. UK. Hoping to start events next year.

Just for the record, I am not tech founder - I do the other stuff

Looking forward to being involved.

David Barton - Software Developer - Bath, UK
(Michael Hunger) #2

Welcome Mike,

good luck with your startup. It sounds really interesting, looking forward to your API esp. as it would be great for journalists and investigators (Graphs4Good).

Your tech folks might be interested in our ML work that we want to expand into applicaitons in financial crimes over the course of the next year.

For Bristol, you can also post in the #local-groups:south-west-united-kingdom groups, or cross post in the London meetup group. I've never been to Bristol but would love to go some time, Only heard the best from Kevlin Henney.

(Mike Oaten) #3

Hi Michael,

Thanks for your reply and helpful info:)

Graphs4Good - I didn't know about this initiative and have contacted them to see how we could get involved.

API - are there any specific neo docs which are relevant we should see?

ML - yes please, can you share details of that work and how might we get involved? I've fraud investigation/litigation research experience which may be relevant.

Meetups - have posted a topic for our Bristol group in that group.

(Mike Oaten) #4

Hi Michael, oops didn't reply to your previously, just posted in the thread...