AML/KYC Due Diligence2019-05-29T15:11:06+00:00

AML/KYC DUE DILIGENCE

Achieve regulatory and compliance initiatives, anticipate requirement updates, mitigate risk, and augment existing compliance programs with improved monitoring and reporting that will seamlessly integrate into your existing processes.

AML and KYC Due Diligence Use Cases:

  • U.S. Bank Secrecy Act Compliance
  • U.S. PATRIOT ACT, Title III Compliance
  • Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Recommendations
  • Ultimate Beneficial Ownership Requirements

Our intelligence-backed solutions seamlessly integrate into your existing KYC processes to ensure your firm is fully AML compliant. Through our tradecraft-perfected techniques, independent analysis, and global reach, we can extend your team’s capabilities, enabling higher-risk customers to be onboarded with confidence and boosting your bottom line.

AML Compliance:

  • Customer Identification Program (CIP) Services
  • Customer Due Diligence (CDD)
  • Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD)
  • Beneficial Ownership Reporting

Beneficial Ownership:

  • Identity Verifications
  • Parent-Subsidiary Ownership Identifications
  • Ongoing Monitoring

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Industries Served

Prescient’s AML/KYC Due Diligence service supports a variety of clients that require deeper insights to clarify risks and opportunities. We proudly serve the below sectors and welcome inquiries across all industries.

  • Banking and Capital Markets
  • Investment Management
  • Real Estate

Work with experts versed in the nuances of commercial and retail banks, investment banks, virtual currency exchanges, real estate firms, and other regulated institutions to comply with U.S. and international regulations.

How It Works

The Situation

An online poker company needed to conduct KYC due diligence on a Chinese individual who had registered for several online poker platforms and was flagged for suspicious activity. Learn how our Mandarin-language research saved one online gambling platform millions in lost revenue.

The Solution

U.S. public records searches did not reveal high-risk activity associated with the subject, so our analysts applied open source research methods, using the subject’s English name along with their age and places of residency. This led analysts to discover the individual’s Chinese name spelling. We then searched Chinese-language media and news using this information, which led analysts to uncover high-risk details about them.

The Significance

Our analysts compiled and provided insights in a written report, in which enabled they  assessed the legitimacy, general background, and overall reputation of the given subject. With a fuller picture of the subject’s background and financial assets, the client was able to make a more informed decision about whether to close the subject’s account.

Our Insights