Legal entity data for due diligence
Verified Entity Data as a Service
Match, enrich, and maintain the data that enables the world’s leading financial institutions to comply with global regulations.
Why choose Verified Entity Data as a Service?
You need a single, centralized view of the legal entity of your counterparty, supplier or issuer so you can easily identify entity relationships and your potential risk exposure to their counterparts. Verified Entity Data as a Service ensures this data is accurate, appropriately linked to parent entity records, and cross-referenced to industry codes and your internal client identifiers, so that you can make informed decisions and meet regulatory requirements.
Features & benefits
What you get with Verified Entity Data
Covers more than 190 countries and 250 jurisdictions.
Our research analysts independently collect, validate, and maintain our records.
Analysts source and verify reliable data from governments, regulatory stock exchanges, and accredited business registries.
Increased data quality better informs decisions, improves client on-boarding and your ability to meet regulatory reporting requirements.
Contributing to a shared pool of resources reduces time and cost of checking, updating and maintaining data internally.
Single and bulk entity data management is available via an online user interface, file transfer, or web server access to our Verified Entity Data as a Service core database.
How it works
How can you implement Verified Entity Data?
Verified Entity Data is available via two different service models to support your specific regulatory compliance obligations: Managed Data Service (MDS) and Enhanced Data Service (EDS).
Managed Data Service (MDS)
Manages 58 data fields which make up a “core” entity record. Information for these data fields includes identifiers such as LEI and SWIFT BIC, addresses, industry classifications and corporate hierarchies required for onboarding and MiFID II compliance.
Enhanced Data Service (EDS)
Comprises modular based offerings to support clients’ regulatory reporting requirements. In addition to the MDS “core” entity records, clients will receive additional data classifications as defined by each regulatory reporting requirement. Existing EDS modules include Dodd-Frank, EMIR, FATCA, AnaCredit and FCA Transaction Reporting.
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