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[Funding alert] CT-based Affinity Learning Secures an Investment

CT-based Affinity Learning Secures an Investment from O’Shaughnessy Ventures. The deal's total value was not made public. The money will be used by the company to grow both its operations and its clientele.

CT-based Affinity Learning Secures an Investment from O’Shaughnessy Ventures. The deal’s total value was not made public. The money will be used by the company to grow both its operations and its clientele.

Designed for regulated businesses, Affinity is a cutting-edge compliance training system that was founded in 2023 by Faraz Rana and Peter Greczner.

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By making it possible for businesses like banks and financial technology companies to provide personalised, real-time integrated assistance into current workflows, it seeks to completely transform the compliance training sector.

OSV’s founder, Jim O’Shaughnessy, commented; “Industries that were once unaffected by compliance regulations are now facing greater scrutiny. Affinity provides leaders with the tools to train and educate their workforce on compliance-related issues, providing companies with a competitive advantage and acting as a protective measure against potential adverse events.”

Affinity cofounder and CEO Rana, who, along with co-founder GrecznerTraditional compliance training as it’s been done for decades simply does not work, helped build and scale financial technology startup Bread to a $500 million exit in 2020; “Affinity is here to change that for good. We’ve all seen it time and time again: Regulated companies that are able to build a culture of compliance just scale better in the long run. We’re excited to welcome OSV, a company that aligns with our vision.”

About Affinity

For regulated IT companies, Affinity is a platform for compliance training. They make it simple for your team to meet all of its compliance objectives and beyond.

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