Accuity: Treating ‘DysPEPsia’

Diagnosing the problem

Politically Exposed Persons, or PEPs, have been a topic of interest for many years and the term has been written into multiple pieces of compliance legislation in various countries. Yet there is still no single global definition of a PEP. In fact, the guidelines provided by governmental and regulatory bodies can be infuriatingly ambiguous. This is contrary to many other aspects of customer due diligence which seem straightforward in comparison – such as applying risk

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