More NewsAccuity Adds 11 Caution Lists to Global WatchList

Accuity Adds 11 Caution Lists to Global WatchList

Accuity has added 11 new lists to its Global WatchList product line – part of its Compliance Suite. Global WatchList now includes over 50 regulatory due diligence (RDD), enhanced due diligence (EDD) and politically exposed persons (PEP) lists covering all major jurisdictions worldwide. The added RDD lists are as follows: Central Bank of Seychelles; Central Bureau of Investigation India; Mauritius Financial Services Commission; Japan’s Ministry of Finance; Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation; Indian Ministry; Chinese Ministry. The following EDD lists are new to Global WatchList: South African Police Service; International Arms Traffickers; UK Home Office; Central Bank of Bahamas Cumulative Warning List.

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