Enhanced Client Due Diligence via Managed Service
While NorthRow’s core Single API brings value to clients by automating manual processes there are some instances where our managed service capability is needed. For example, some clients need to undertake enhanced due diligence, or they may work in a sector where red and amber flags are more typical on basic AML/KYC checks. This may be due to a particular context e.g. perhaps the client base consists of a lot of high net worth’s from countries outside the UK/US or Europe. It can also be in areas where risk and compliance thresholds are higher.
How it Works?
Alongside our automated AML/ KYC we have a dedicated team who can support enhanced due diligence from our office in Oxford. This capability can include everything from:
These services alongside our Single API to meet our client’s specific requirements.
Hybrid of Automation & Managed Service for Enhanced Due Diligence
NorthRow’s hybrid service of automated compliance checks combined with a customised managed service for enhanced client due diligence streamlines client onboarding process and reduces operational costs.
Automation: Our Single API can plug into your existing client onboarding workflow. Automating AML, KYC, KYB and IDV checks, along with an automated client suitability and appropriateness service for MiFID II compliance.
Managed Service: NorthRow’s managed service is then used for enhanced client due diligence, where automation is simply not enough.
What Are NorthRow's Enhanced Due Diligence Capabilities?
Key Clients Include
"NorthRow has been very easy to work with; they have listened and their approach is professional, transparent and consultative. Their ability to deliver a bespoke solution that combines automated identity checks with the added security of face-to-face verification made it the obvious choice. NorthRow's technology innovations made them a clear front-runner when it came to deciding what firm to team up with to securely deliver Open Banking.”
Nigel Spencer, Head of Support Services at Open Banking