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Global news coverage – the largest collection of negative news in the industry
Benefit from global media coverage ranging from large publications to those with low or regional circulation – more than 120,000 trusted media sources in all.
We cover 240 countries and territories and over 70 languages. Grid has around 20 years of content and 10,000 risk profiles are added or updated every day.Global watch list coverage
Precise filters: precise alerts
Our highly categorized articles include more than 50 risk codes and 30 risk stages for precise filtering and precise alerting.
Detailed categories include terrorism, human trafficking, organized crime, cyber crime and environmental crime. These categories align to the AML6 Predicate Offences and the designated categories of offences in the FATF Recommendations.
Integrate with your own systems and processes in a few simple steps.
Our PEPs solution combines information on almost 2 million PEPs in more than 240 countries and territories. All individuals are categorised to help you assess risk more accurately.
PEP coverage includes a country’s political hierarchy and their connections, senior officeholders, military officials, judicial figures, directors of state-controlled/invested enterprises, regional and municipal officials, legislators, senior political party officials, along with family members and close associates.
For countries that are considered to pose high risk, and where more investigative depth is required, we also include information on opposition party members, shadow government officials, influence peddlers, and other risk-relevant individuals.
Our PEP rating categorisation includes:
Our dataset for Marijuana Related Businesses (MRB) contains thousands of entities and individuals throughout the supply chain.
We captured and treated the 300,000+ profiles from the Panama Papers. Splitting up combined names and removing extraneous information for better name matching and parsing addresses into correct fields: street address, city, state, country.
You can choose to screen against the full Panama Papers list or only against the entities with other negative information. Or simply get a list of all potential matches if required.
A dataset that provides information on the individuals and organizations associated with sanctioned entities. Covering all sanctioned countries and entities, it establishes connections to individuals and organizations spanning over 100 countries. Organization relationships include:
A dataset that’s designed to help you comply with the Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability, and Divestment Act (CISADA) of 2010. CISADA expands upon the 1996 Iran Sanctions Act and the Iranian Transaction Regulations administered by the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).
The dataset provides detailed, profiles of Iran-relevant entities and the associated individuals and organizations. These are kept current as new information or details emerge. The profiles for each entity include addresses, aliases, connections and relationships to other records, dates of birth when available, and source information.
Information is sourced from foreign Chambers of Commerce, Middle East business advocacy journals, public source research of IRGC-affiliated persons and organizations inside and outside Iran and any subsidiaries under their control, foreign banks conducting business with the IRGC or IRGC front companies; full mining of relevant investigative reporting and key think tank research on Iran.
As part of your screening you’ll need to review both state owned enterprises (SOEs), and state invested enterprises, and make sure you recognize their directors and board members as PEPs.
Grid now pulls this data from Orbis – the world’s leading entity database.
Orbis shows you companies who are recognizably SOEs. It also shows you companies that are calculated to be SOEs by its ownership algorithms. These ‘calculated’ SOEs should also be considered SOEs in screening programs.
We’re pleased to announce that as a result of the acquisition last year, RDC is now part of Bureau van Dijk – and is known as Bureau van Dijk.
Together we offer: