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Telecommunications Watchlist Screening Risk: Challenges and Solutions

In the 21st century, telcos face huge regulatory burdens in different areas and must be adept at managing vast amounts of data in order to implement effective compliance decisions.

One of the most important components of a telco’s regulatory responsibilities is to ensure that they are not doing business with high risk customers, such as those designated on local and global sanctions lists. Beyond the regulatory danger associated with sanctions violations – including significant financial penalties – telcos also run the risk of incurring serious reputational damage when infractions are reported to the public by news organisations.

This report outlines the wide range of watchlist risks and screening challenges facing telcos, and explores the technology which can be used to carry out continuous monitoring against sanctions and watchlists, across high customer volumes.


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Explore the wide range of watchlist risks and screening challenges facing telcos, and how the latest technology enables continuous monitoring across high customer volumes.

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This paper provides more technical detail on the benefits of AI Risk Profiles for adverse media screening, including experimental and trial results.

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The regulatory technology (RegTech) space will continue to evolve in 2022, to keep pace with regulatory developments and customers’ increasingly demanding requirements.

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Ripjar’s Client Screening solution allows the continual screening of millions of clients against a million news providers and all known Sanctions and Watchlist entities in near real-time.

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Traditional approaches to client screening for risk have involved manual searching and limited batch processing of records to identify risks within adverse news, PEP and sanctions lists. In this white paper, we discuss Ripjar's next generation approach to client screening that uses artificial intelligence to continuously monitor all clients for risk in real time.

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