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Definition: Any individual that is considered a Politically Exposed Person, from Head of State to Members of Parliament, Members of the Board of State Owned Enterprises or Ambassadors and individuals representing their countries interests abroad. This includes their family members and close associates.
Coverage: Provides access to over 1.5 million + detailed profiles of PEPs, their associates, relatives, friends and colleagues from every country in the world. 17,000 + data sources.
Definition – Sanctions: Any individual or entity that is subject to sanctions by either the European Union, the United Nations, the United States Office of Financial Actions Control and State Department and Her Majesty’s Treasury in the United Kingdom and the various US and world Lists, including List from APAC countries.
Definition – Official Lists: Law Enforcement – persons appearing on an official law enforcement public domain site as either wanted, investigated, or arrested by an official law enforcement body or the police worldwide
Coverage: For screening individuals and entities against sanctions, law enforcement and other official lists including those issued by your Country’s regulatory authorities. 2,000+ sanction and Official lists, regulatory, and law enforcement list (On request, a full list can be provided).
Definition – SIP: High profile people, not on an official list, but reported in publicly available sources as being accused or convicted of a severe financial crime, organised crime.
Definition – SIE: High profile entity, not on an official list, but reported in publicly available sources as being accused or convicted of a severe financial crime, organised crime
Coverage: Over 5 million high-risk individuals and companies are accessed.
Definition: High profile people involved in a financial crime, documented in media reports such as global newspapers, news sites or other media. This also includes Law Enforcement, Insolvents, DQ Directors listings.
Coverage: Accessing over 2.5 million adverse media documents – 17,000 + data sources