Diasoft helps to check customers against the UN Security Council Consolidated List
November 8, 2022
Most banks worldwide are obliged to support the United Nations Security Council Consolidated List among other compliance checks of their customers and partners. The list includes all individuals and entities subject to measures imposed by the Security Council due to their relation to terrorist activities or proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
To support this requirement and ensure regulatory compliance of financial companies, Diasoft offers a special product Digital Q Customer Screening. The solution automatically downloads the Watch List from the official website of the UN Security Council and ensures automatic screening of customers and counterparties. The product is part of the broader Digital Q.Risk&Compliance platform designed to ensure regulatory compliance and fully-fledged protection of financial institutions against reputational risks.
Besides customer screening against the United Nations Security Council Consolidated List, Digital Q Customer Screening also supports the following global and local watch lists:
- OFAC’s Sanctions Lists
- EU Consolidated List of Sanctions
- The UK Sanctions List
- United Nations Security Council Consolidated List
- Dow Jones Watch List
- OFAC Non-SDN List
- Lists of organizations and individuals suspected of being involved in extremist or terrorist activities / proliferation of weapons of mass destruction
- List of persons whose assets / accounts have been frozen due to the government order
- List of liquidated legal entities and entities under liquidation
- List of invalid identity documents
- List of foreign trade defaulters
- List of companies suspected of illegal operations at the financial markets
- Federal Customs Service List of defaulters
- Other national, international and custom watch lists.
Usage of up-to-date information allows financial institutions to timely identify customers and counterparties included in different watch lists and helps to protect their business from possible regulatory risks.