Our consolidated sanction database is used in all our applications in the screening process of entities that need to be monitored as part of your Anti-Money-Laundering (AML) obligations.
Screening allows you to identify possible matches between the entities you are monitoring and the sanctions included in the consolidated sanctions database. The identified matches, called Hits, must be validated to determine the resulting risk exposure.
Over the years, we have expanded our catalogue of sanctions lists, which now includes 205 lists from 51 countries or organizations.
Since January 2023, 6 new sources have been again added to our catalogue, covering two additional countries, Malaysia and Spain. These are:
Our sanctions list is used in:
If you have any questions regarding the use of the consolidated sanctions database in our anti-money laundering solutions, or if you would like to activate these new sanctions lists in your solution, please contact our Customer Success Team.