World-Check upgrades risk reference database

Source: World-Check

World-Check, the leading provider of structured intelligence on known heightened-risk individuals and businesses, today announced the launch of two key new features.

This newest version of World-Check's market-leading database, launched on January 31, includes new options unique to the industry: Graphical Display and Printed Reports.

World-Check's new features include a new Graphic Display that allows users to better visualize the complex relationships between individuals profiled in World-Check's database. Now, with a single mouse-click, users can view in graphic form the network of individuals linked in World-Check's database, whether through companies, shell banks, charities, front companies, or legitimate enterprises.

World-Check's latest release also features new options for user-generated reports on profiled individuals. Users can now easily print a complete report on any individual profiled within World-Check's system, including details on intelligence cited in their profile, links to the sources for each item, and information on each individuals status with the 140+ sanction and embargo authorities that World-Check follows.

"We're proud to unveil new features to bring added value to our structured intelligence," said World-Check CEO David Leppan. "We listen to the feedback we get from our thousands of users, and these new features are in direct response to user requests."

"With our new graphical tool, users can now visualize reported connections between individuals throughout World-Check's database, enabling financial institutions to more easily detect hidden risks within their data. Our new reporting capabilities provide users a fuller, more complete overview of the profiled individuals and entities of interest to them, while providing a written record of their due diligence procedures for regulators & enforcement agencies. World-Check is delighted once again to have set new industry standards."

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