KYC Onboarding of offshore clients is one of the biggest pain points facing compliance teams in 2021.
The issue facing businesses today of inaccessible, or lack of KYC data in some countries, or the cost of compatible data sources, prohibits effective compliance, and even in some cases inhibits business growth beyond the home territory.
To meet business demand, Compliance Officers will need to rethink Global KYC.
Watch the latest on-demand NorthRow webinar as we explore tactics of how you can overcome your KYC challenges when onboarding International clients and take advantage of the trend to do business on a global scale. Panellists include Martin Woods Chair of Advisory Board for the Global Compliance Institute, Stephan Wolf CEO at the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF) Board, Rashee Pandey Head of Partnerships and Growth, Innovate Finance, and Martin Pashley Director at Kompli-Global
Key topics include:
- Increase of digital idenity verification to ensure global expansion and financial inclusion
- Compliance challenge of onboarding offshore individuals
- Discrepancy of Ultimate Beneficial Owner registers and company information
- Best-practice tips when performing offshore client due diligence (CDD)
- The future of digtital Idenity verification and the use of LEI numbers
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Chair of Advisory Board for the Global Compliance Institute
Martin is one of the world’s leading AML commentators, best known as the “Wachovia Whistleblower”, Martin was formerly a Metropolitan Police Officer and latterly the Head of Financial Crime at Thomson Reuters.
Martin has experience with major compliance cases and settlements from a number of perspectives. He now applies his experience to the analysis and subsequent commentary of current compliance investigations and settlements. Previously, he advised bankers, regulators, the United Nations, central bankers, and law enforcement groups from around the world.
CEO at the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF) Board
Stephan Wolf was appointed by the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF) Board as the CEO of GLEIF in July 2014. The group acts as an advisory sounding board to support and engage with the Fintech community on standards requirements, for the effective and efficient use and development of standards to support FinTechs and the broader financial services industry, delivered using a cooperative relationship approach. The focus of the FinTech TAG will be on the following areas: Financial messaging, semantic technologies, blockchain / distributed ledger technology, mobile/digital wallets, digital currencies as well as security considerations related to these topics and interoperability with existing bank channels. IIn January 2017, Mr. Wolf was named one of the Top 100 Leaders in Identity by One World Identity.
Head of Partnerships and Growth, Innovate Finance
Rashee is the Head of Partnerships and Growth at Innovate Finance, the membership association for FinTech in the UK. Prior to Innovate Finance, Rashee led marketing and communications for high-growth startups including Bankable and Applied Blockchain. Rashee enjoys working with startup teams and is passionate about driving the voice of FinTech globally. She holds an MSc in Strategic Marketing from Imperial College London. Rashee calls both Bangkok and London home.
Director at Kompli-Global
Martin Pashley is considered an authority on identity verification, KYC, Fraud prevention and Anti-money laundering
Martin has three decades of experience working with providers of technology-based information solution providers including US firms: Kronos and BlueCube Software. Martin has previously held senior positions within ID verification businesses being Head of Sales at GB Group, the founder and CEO of intelligent Identity Ltd in 2008(now Capita Identity Solutions). Director & Chief Commercial Officer at W2 Global Data from 2012 and is presently CCO at Kompli-Global.