- by Ian Finnie on 08/05/2017

The new 4th Directive on AML requires applicable organisations to screen and identify PEP's in their Irish customer base.

While this directive is effective in just a few short weeks from now, there is still time to avoid fines from the Central Bank for non-compliance.

The Vision-net PEP solution lets you batch check your entire customer base in one convenient, hassle free, low cost check.

We have spent 2 years preparing and building the best onboarding and monitoring solution in the market for quick, easy and affordable Global and Domestic PEP'S .. to take the hassle out of the directive.

No need for your compliance team to further invest in resources / complicated outsourcing we have done all the work for you. We can reduce false positives, monitor as you require, and provide a web service or API solution for seamless onboarding of customers. So you can get on with business.

Screen your entire customer base in one convenient, low cost check, or use our online service (or API) for hassle free onboarding of customers. So you can get on with business.

Used and trusted by all the country's major firms / banks, we offer the most competitively priced solution. We've partnered with the world's largest database of PEPs' and as a result we won't be beaten on price.

Why not try it out? Call us today for a free trial. Have an existing supplier..? No problem.. why not do some checks on both see how we measure up.

The Vision-net AML solution lets you run PEP, Sanction and Individual checks simultaneous, and provide a clear audit trail, making compliance even easier for you. Call us today on Tel: 01 664 1111 for more.

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