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.

Download

18

September

2018

It Takes Two To Tango: The Interdependence of Data and Technology

By Michael Kerman | September 18, 2018 Everyone’s talking about artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI and ML). But what’s […]

View more
11

September

2018

Combating Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking: What Financial Institutions Should Know

The issue of modern slavery continues to be a sensitive topic within the private sector. A lack of experience of […]

View more
03

August

2018

Using Cognitive Prediction to Confront Terrorist Financing

Traditionally, the approach to dealing with terrorist financing starts by breaking it down into two kinds of needs: supporting organizational […]

View more
24

July

2018

Tracking Risks Regarding Marijuana Related Businesses: Seed to Sale Monitoring

With conflicting opinions from state and federal legislation and limited guidance from the Department of Justice and FinCEN, financial institutions […]

View more

Best in Class Onboarding

Sarah Kocianski: Best in Class Onboarding | June 12, 2018 (A version of this article was originally published on 11:FS […]

View more
26

June

2018

Insurers turn to artificial intelligence in war on fraud

By Steven Melendez | June 26, 2018 (A version of this article was originally published on FastCompany.com) Using artificial intelligence […]

View more
26

June

2018

Modern Slavery Typologies for Financial Services Providers

by The Mekong Club   | June 26, 2018 This project aims to equip financial service professionals with an understanding of […]

View more
19

June

2018

Surfing Uncertainty To Confront Terrorism Financing

by Thomas M. Obermaier, RDC   | June 19, 2018 Keynote presentation to the FinTech FinCrime Exchange (FFE) in London, UK […]

View more