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Fighting Financial Crime: Thomson Reuters Collaborates with Salesforce

Thomson Reuters announced it is collaborating with Salesforce to help clients quickly and efficiently on-board new customers and meet regulatory anti-money laundering obligations in the fight against financial crime. Thomson Reuters World-Check, one of the world’s leading databases of risk intelligence data to support companies in meeting their due-diligence obligations, can now be accessed by customers on the Salesforce AppExchange through the Thomson Reuters Customer Risk Screener Application.

Thomson Reuters is committed to providing its customers, which include global corporate and financial companies, with solutions to assist in the fight against financial crime. The Customer Risk Screener Application is designed to drive improved workflow and will help clients more efficiently on-board and manage customer screening in one of the world’s leading CRM platforms. It will be accessible through Salesforce Sales Cloud, Financial Service Cloud and Service Cloud.

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About World-Check

World-Check is a risk intelligence database which helps organisations across the world meet their regulatory obligations, make informed decisions and help prevent them from inadvertently being used to launder the proceeds of financial crime or association with corrupt business practices. The database is managed by a team of over 350 highly trained analysts, speaking more than 65 languages, who monitor more than 600 sanctions, regulatory and law enforcement lists and thousands of media sources, as well as company information and regulatory filings, to ensure World-Check’s data is accurate and up-to-date. The information in World-Check is made available on a subscription basis only to those who require it to carry out due diligence or other screening activities in accordance with their legal or regulatory obligations or risk management procedures designed to combat financial crime.  For more information about Thomson Reuters World-Check, visit https://risk.thomsonreuters.com/worldcheck

Source: Thomson Reuters Press Release

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