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Manual verification checks vs electronic verification - why make the switch?

Under anti-money laundering law, all regulated businesses in the UK - which includes financial institutions and those working in other at-risk sectors including legal, property and investment – and all financial institutions in the US, must complete due diligence on all new customers before they embark on a business relationship. 

This is a hugely important part of the customer onboarding process; firstly, it is a legal requirement and businesses that do not complete the proper checks can get fined, suspended or even face legal action, and secondly, money laundering is not only a crime in itself, but an enabler for more serious crime, including terrorism, drug and people trafficking and modern slavery. 

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How to prevent compliance risks during customer onboarding

  In our increasingly online world, the risk of fraud and money laundering has never been higher meaning it has never been more important for financial institutions to ensure their customer identification programs get the job done. But this is easier said than done, as despite the increasing need for highly comprehensive identification and verification checks on new customers at onboarding stage, potential new clients still expect a smooth, streamlined, and quick onboarding experience  

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