Are all Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) high-risk?

Why are PEPs high-risk, or are they not all that bad?

In the regulation of financial services, a politically exposed person (commonly known as a PEP) is one who has been appointed to a prominent public function. These individuals may have been entrusted with a high-position by a community institution, an international body or state, within the last 12 months.  … Read More

Politically Exposed Person (PEP)

Politically Exposed Person (PEP)

NorthRow has a ‘PEP Tiering Guidance’ system that can serve as a framework for its to follow due diligence investigations. In accordance with a risk-based approach, the categories are divided into 4 different priority levels please see below the diagram. … Read More