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Thomson Reuters Regulatory Change Management helps your teams perform impact assessments with a connected approach to the regulatory change management process which involves a high level of engagement and coordination among compliance professionals.
End-to-end client identity, verification, screening and monitoring built on an interactive platform that streamlines KYC compliance.
We help you differentiate customer service and facilitate Know Your Customer (KYC) compliance with local, national, and global regulations. Our Client On-boarding combines management technologies needed for proper on-boarding, including data, document, rule, hierarchy, and workflow.
No one can help you Know Your Customer like Thomson Reuters
Compliance training courses
The Preventing Discrimination and Harassment training courses examine the types of discrimination in the workplace and conduct that creates a hostile work environment and is considered unlawful.
The Inclusion and Diversity training course explains workplace diversity laws, and also emphasizes the importance of treating everyone with respect and dignity and demonstrates how embracing workplace diversity training can be a sound business strategy.
Anti-Money Laundering Training is intended to familiarize employees with the process of money laundering and the laws that make it a crime.
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An independent 2017 survey discussing the real impact of global changes in Know Your Customer (KYC) regulation on corporates.
An independent 2017 survey discussing the real impact of global changes in Know Your Customer (KYC) regulation on financial institutions.
Financial services firms and their regulators had a busy but largely straightforward year in 2016. Well resourced, business-specific risk and control infrastructures have always been a required core competency for firms but 2017 is set to test the resilience of all firms.