Webinar: Negative News Screening for Risk Management

2015-June-18

On Demand

Client screening is becoming an increasingly complex challenge for compliance teams. Regulators now expect financial institutions to screen clients for a far broader spectrum of risks than simply Anti-Money Laundering, but the vast majority of commercial risk databases are still focused on this historical regulatory definition. Compounding this challenge further is the ‘one size fits all’ approach roced onto clients by most vendors.

In response, many organizations supplement databases with their own internet research, but compliance analysts can waste hours hunting for that needle in the haystack – time that should be focused on the more immediate and critical risks facing their organization.

In this live 30-minute webinar, Rob Duncan, Director, Business Development, will cover the reasons that RDC is the vendor of choice for companies seeking to incorporate adverse media into client screening without significantly impacting workload.

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