Know Your Customer (KYC)
In an increasingly global economy, financial institutions are more vulnerable to illicit criminal activities. Know Your Customer (KYC) standards are designed to protect financial institutions against fraud, corruption, money laundering and terrorist financing.
What is KYC?
Know Your Customer (KYC) standards are designed to protect financial institutions against fraud, corruption, money laundering...
The KYC process explained
Take a look at the key KYC processes that enable financial institutions to ‘know their customer’...
What is an Ultimate Beneficial Owner (UBO)?
Ultimate Beneficial Owner (UBO) legislation has been put into place to give banks and corporates clarity...
What is Customer Due Diligence (CDD)?
In the world of Financial Crime Compliance (FCC), customer due diligence (CDD) is an important and...
The KYC challenges for corporate treasurers
KYC checks are one of the top three challenges corporate treasurers face in their banking relationships.
The KYC challenges for correspondent banks
Banks are looking to streamline their KYC processes for business to continue to thrive, improve client...
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Build approaches and standards that benefit the whole community.
White paper: Solving the KYC Conundrum
Drawing on discussions with numerous treasurers around the world, this white paper delves into the difficulties...
Achieving standardisation in KYC compliance
Standardisation brings efficiency gains in compliance processes
How big is your KYC data?
Access to high quality, standardised data is key to keeping on top of your KYC requirements.
Simplifying the Know Your Customer (KYC) process.
Latest news about Know Your Customer (KYC)
Unilever’s story: how corporates can benefit from Swift’S KYC Registry
As any corporate treasurer knows, while Know Your Customer (KYC) checks are essential to maintaining the...
Making compliance checks easier for corporates
Know Your Customer (KYC) checks can be a real source of inefficiency for corporates, especially for...