Politically Exposed Persons (PEP)

RDC’s Politically Exposed Persons (PEP) Connect data accounts for every global regulatory requirement and provides clients with even more robust intelligence on senior officeholders and their relatives and close associates. Our PEP product combines all relevant adverse media about PEPs in a single risk scored and filterable PEP record. RDC has an extensive database of PEP records with in depth reviews on higher risk.

With 1.5 million PEP records covering 240 countries, territories and protectorates, our structure allows you to clearly identify influence risk.

• Four levels of political positions, 14 types of PEPs
• Full identification of current and past political history
• World’s largest identification of friends, family, and close associates

We have scanned over 2 billion news articles for relevant information in the last decade, and identified all risk events:
• All hard facts, allegations, rumors, and innuendo from respected sources are summarized
• Original sources provided

Not only are results completely scorable, but both sovereign and country corruption risk indices travel with each PEP Connect record. This profile structure supports better filtering and less false positives.

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