Regulatory Data Corporation (RDC)

Regulatory DataCorp, Inc. (RDC), the Trust Diligence company, 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; and vendor screening and monitoring to a wide range of clients worldwide. 
 

Products and services

RDC is an unrivaled managed screening service provider:

  • Integrated data-analytics-technology-human analyst platform, affording both unmatched protection and heretofore unseen efficiency.
  • RDC maintains the largest risk relevant screening database and unmatched collection of economic sanctions, government watch lists, PEPs and adverse media.
  • Industry profiles replete with riskographies, risk event annotations and risk bibliographies.
  • Screening solution includes original source material with its alerts.
  • Multi-dimensional matching capabilities combined with configurable filtering along 9 parameters significantly enhance alert productivity.
  • World-renowned false positive reduction machine, utilizing industry leading analysts to enhance superior technological outcomes.
  • Daily monitoring of complete client bases to avoid wasteful updating processes.
  • Only provider with a continuous improvement loop, combining machine learning with client and analyst feedback to incessantly improve client productivity.

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RiskTech100 2020

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