Top 5 Denied Party Screening Mistakes
Reputation is everything
Commercial relationships hide risks that can jeopardize a company. Screening your local and global business partners allows you to securely conduct your business transactions while identifying risks and protecting your company’s reputation.
Many companies today are making five critical mistakes in their screening process. Are you?
About our solution
Thomson Reuters ONESOURCETM Denied Party Screening addresses a critical step in your import and export compliance process by vetting your customers and suppliers against global sanctions lists.
Features you can benefit from:
- Enhance security in transanctions with customers and suppliers
- Sanctions Ownership Research from Dow Jones Risk & Compliance
- Comply with legal and due diligence requirements of the US Department of State, Commerce, global agencies, and anti-corruption laws
- Automate screening within the corporate system
Rely on the world's best global trade content
|350+ global lists monitored for restricted persons, companies, and sanctioned/embargoed countries, consisting of more than 300,000 entities|
|Enhanced versions of government lists to include “missing” critical identifiers|
|More than 200 analysts collectively speaking over 60 languages and covering regulatory data for 210+ countries and territories|
|Records contain over 30 identifiers like name, age, date of birth, locations, citizenships, etc., which aid the classification of searches, thus preventing false positives|
|Satisfies demands for KYC (Know Your Customer), AML (Anti-Money Laundering), and CFT (Combating the Financing of Terrorism)|