eBook – Five Steps For Best in Class Customer Screening

2018-May-30

Today, due diligence is more important than ever. Customer screening and monitoring is essential – not only for compliance with complex regulations, but also to protect your organization against genuine Anti-Money Laundering, Know Your Customer and reputational risk. Due Diligence can be time-consuming and costly to get right. Getting it wrong? That’s even costlier.

In this eBook, we present proven steps to create a compliance screening program that:

1. Protects your Business while controlling compliance costs.
2. Delivers more accurate results and fewer false-positives which require costly additional due-diligence.
3. Delivers better KYC/AML protection through the use of Adverse Media/Negative News.
4. Provides ongoing protection of your entire portfolio without additional workload.
5. Scales to meet both your current and future customer screening needs.

 

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