Automating UBO Discovery Without Beneficial Ownership Registries
One of the most pressing challenges to financial crime compliance and risk management is the lack of available beneficial ownership information. How can financial institutions comply with stringent law and regulations, when most governments have not produced the long-promised public beneficial ownership registries?.
Read our latest report to learn how we are leveraging global public records and graph technology to automate beneficial ownership identification.
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How to find UBO information without registries?
Financial institutions can meet many of the challenges of beneficial ownership compliance today without relying on official beneficial ownership registries. The key is to fully leverage public data.
Automated beneficial ownership solution
An automated beneficial ownership solution requires the right data and the right technology. There are three core components of the right data: attributes, relationships, and references.
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Sayari provides data intelligence platforms to power the fight against financial crime, increase corporate transparency in high-risk places, and support critical national security mission sets. The top global financial institutions, Fortune 100 corporations, financial crime regulators, and enforcement agencies in 35 countries trust Sayari every day.