Regulatory DataCorp, Inc. (RDC), the global leader in risk intelligence and compliance services, today announced that it has established a new relationship with D&B (NYSE:DNB), the world’s leading source of commercial information and insight on businesses. RDC, which houses the world’s largest database of open-source, risk-relevant records and D&B, with a global database of over 220 million business records, have combined the power of their respective databases to help customers identify banned or suspect entities, strengthen fraud protection, ensure regulatory compliance, manage supply and distribution risk, and protect their brand.
This collaboration unites two powerhouse data development strategies and provides the most in-depth global coverage, helping financial institutions and other regulated organizations concerned with fraud to comply with AML/KYC regulatory requirements and further assist in efforts to identify suspicious activity.
“RDC is pleased to have formed this new relationship with D&B, the international leader in business information. Companies of all sizes need local knowledge on a global scale to mitigate the ever increasing risk of managing global supply chains,” said Thomas Obermaier, CEO of RDC. “D&B’s global reach and RDC’s universal breadth enable major advances in compliance efforts to fight money laundering, corruption and organized crime.”
D&B recently announced the new compliance solution, D&B Compliance Check, allowing organizations to access D&B data on companies, people and social platforms, combined with RDC’s database of millions of records on global watch lists, regulatory authority actions, law enforcement lists, global news sources and proprietary research. Rising concerns among business leaders, coupled with the growing emphasis on the FCPA, UK Bribery Act and regulatory sanctions, have led to this relationship between RDC and D&B.
Regulatory DataCorp, Inc., also known as RDC, delivers powerful, decision-ready intelligence and world-class risk and compliance protection, allowing global organizations to identify banned/suspect entities, strengthen fraud protection, ensure regulatory compliance, manage supply and distribution risk, and protect their brand equity. With the world’s largest open source risk-relevant database, RDC provides AML/KYC compliance; Politically Exposed Persons (PEP) protection; emerging market intelligence; corruption, fraud and crime protection; vendor screening and monitoring; and credit risk monitoring to a wide range of clients worldwide. Founded by 20 of the world’s leading financial institutions, today RDC is a Bain Capital and Goldman Sachs portfolio company. Learn more about RDC by emailing email@example.com or visiting www.rdc.com.