Addressing Sanctions, Compliance and Risk with Refinitiv World-Check

Compliance
Webinars

Fresh sanctions are putting a renewed emphasis on the need for organizations to orchestrate compliance and due diligence effectively. To date, the outcomes of these efforts have been varied – many organizations lack access to the breadth and depth of data required to properly vet consumers and businesses, or don’t have the integrations in place to do so in real time.

To help navigate the complexities of compliance and AML in today’s regulatory environment, join GIACT and Refinitiv for a webinar on Wednesday, April 6 at 1 PM ET (12 PM CT).

The webinar will explore the challenges of sanctions compliance – from identifying politically exposed individuals and aliases to navigating evasive shell companies for underlying beneficial ownership – and how Refinitiv™ World-Check® is used in screening programs for anti-money laundering, sanctions, and anti-bribery and corruption compliance.

Refinitiv World-Check is a risk intelligence database which helps organizations across the world
meet their regulatory obligations, make informed decisions and help prevent them from
inadvertently being used to launder the proceeds of financial crime or association with corrupt
business practices.


What You’ll Learn

  • Update on the rapidly changing global sanctions landscape;
  • The regulations and compliance implications of new conflict sanctions, and its impact to organizations across industries;
  • The complexities of authenticating customer data and performing due diligence at scale, especially following new and fast-moving sanctions; and
  • The data screening capabilities of Refinitiv World-Check and how it is used by leading organizations to address anti-money laundering, sanctions, and anti-bribery and corruption compliance.

Register for the Webinar

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