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EU Proposes Central Registers on Beneficial Owners of Corporate and other Legal Entities

The fourth EU anti-money laundering directive (AMLD) will require EU member states to keep central registers of information on the ultimate “beneficial” owners of corporate and other legal entities, as well as trusts.   A “beneficial” owner is defined as a person who actually owns or controls a company and its activities and ultimately authorizes transactions, whether such ownership is exercised ... Read More »

Wolters Kluwer Financial Services Introduces Anti-Money Laundering Solution to China

System Helps Institutions Manage Enterprise Risk and Meet National and International Regulatory Obligations Wolters Kluwer Financial Services announced the availability of its anti-money laundering (AML) solution for financial institutions operating in China. The company’s system can help institutions detect and report suspicious activity in order to comply with guidelines administered by regulatory authorities governing China and the Asia Pacific region. ... Read More »

Experian Strengthens Global Identity Verification with New International Data Sources

Experian® UK announced that it has extended its international coverage for identity verification, adding comprehensive and reliable customer data from Denmark and the Netherlands to its global ID verification platform, Prove-ID. Danish CPR information (personal tax numbers) has been added to the Prove-ID platform as well as name, address and DOB validation for 100 per cent of the population. Data ... Read More »