Powerful, Intelligent Risk and Compliance Protection
The RDC solution has been supporting the compliance and screening needs of our clients for over 15 years, and today helps organizations of all sizes and industries meet their compliance obligations and address their trust and safety concerns.
KYC / AML Compliance Solutions
Uncover more risk and adhere to regulations. Structured data and automation to help streamline your internal processes, reducing workload and producing a more accurate picture of risk.Learn More
Anti Bribery and Corruption Compliance
Screen and monitor third parties to detect red flags for bribery, fraud and other crimes. Understand inherent risks in your global relationships and prevent violations with cost-effective screening.Learn More
Reputational and Vendor Risk Management
Prevent the lost revenue and increased costs of not knowing who you’re dealing with. Leverage our curated global risk management database to reduce brand risk exposure.Learn More
900+ Global Lists
Our datasets include sanctions, watchlists, debarment, law enforcement and more. We include coverage of 60 categories of risk ranging from high profile risks like money laundering, terrorism, organized crime, fraud and many others.
RDC’s algorithms were built from the overwhelming strength of our historical processing data. In the last five years alone, 350 billion screens have set the foundation for unmatched prediction capability. Our AI constantly learns from its interaction with our clients, tracking metrics against these historical norms, highlighting outliers and new peer trends.
‘Hate crime’, or prejudice-motivated crime, has featured in US society for some time. Whether it’s Dylann Roof who killed nine people at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina in 2015; Patrick Crucius who killed 23 people in a Texas Walmart in the name of preventing a “Hispanic invasion of...
6 Ways AML 6 Could Change Your KYC Processes
The European Parliament and the European Commission drafted a proposal in September 2018 to create not only stronger, but also more harmonised rules for the financial markets. This is now widely referred to as the Sixth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (AML 6), which will be led and overseen by the European...