- ONESOURCE Global Trade - Denied Party Screening
Automate your Denied Party Screening
Reputation is everything
Screening your local and global business partners is an essential part of protecting your company’s reputation and safeguarding the organization from violating denied entity regulations. You may think your company is safe from legal ramifications as long as you’re screening your global trade transactions. But the question here is not simply “Are you screening as a process or are you screening to actively protect your business from risk?”
Feel secure doing business with your local and global partners with Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE Denied Party Screening. Our denied party screening software integrates with your company’s existing ERP, CRM, and SRM systems, so you can seamlessly and automatically screen your customers and suppliers against 450+ global lists for restricted persons, embargoed countries, and companies that are owned by these denied entities. Leverage the power of 300 researchers, covering 240 countries in more than 60 languages.
For enhanced due diligence, the software also offers Sanctions Ownership Research data from Dow Jones Risk & Compliance.
What you get with our solution
Screen companies and individuals with extensive global media research from more than 100,000 additional sources and get automatic updates.
Our audit trail of screening results meets due diligence requirements of the US departments of State, Commerce, and other global agencies.
Screen customers and suppliers automatically after creating or updating the master record in the company's corporate system.
Meet your regulatory obligations and make informed decisions with denied entities information collected and curated by a global network of multilingual analysts.
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