One critical yet very difficult step in effectively stopping money laundering and corruption is the task of identifying beneficial owners of an entity, but it isn’t easy. Business ownership information is fragmented, stored in different forms and locations, and often difficult to find. Each jurisdiction has its own method for defining and recording ownership and complex corporate structures, often deliberately making it difficult to identify the real owners.
This webinar outlines the key steps in identifying beneficial owners and demonstrates how technology can help to cut through the morass with speed, safety and a uniform approach.Whether you are dealing with a bank customer, a supplier, or a purchaser of high end real estate and other luxury goods, getting behind the facade of business structures is key.
Defining ultimate beneficial owners
Addressing jurisdictional differences and barriers
Identifying tools and resources
Describing processes steps
Ed Lloyd, V.P. Global Sales, Encompass Corporation
James Swenson, Global Head of Proposition for Risk Managed Services, Thomson Reuters
Carole Switzer, OCEG President
This event is sponsored by Encompass and Thomson Reuters, OCEG GRC Solutions Council Members.
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