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Risk and Compliance Insights

Gain leading insights based on our unmatched access to data and human expertise. Our special reports, blogs, videos, webinars and events detail how embracing new technologies and processes can help risk and compliance professionals to address their challenges.

Compliance professionals across the globe – whether in the traditional financial services sector, fintech or the corporate sector – must navigate an ever-expanding regulatory and risk landscape.

Our insights help you discover how quality data, technology, human expertise and strategic partnerships and collaborators can assist you in uncovering, managing and mitigating these potential risks.

From insightful blogs, videos and webinars to articles, survey reports and detailed white papers, industry experts and in-house specialists discuss subjects such as the latest regulatory changes and enhancements, industry trends, risk management processes as well as the data, tools and analytics that can best help you to protect your business from regulatory, financial and reputational risks.


Understanding sanctions with the Global Sanctions Index

In August 2022, the Global Sanctions Index (GSI) stood at 273 and year-on-year inflation was 14.6%. As the number of sanctions regimes is growing rapidly, institutions should carefully design their screening programmes to adapt.


The power of World-Check data to uncover human trafficking

The World-Check Risk Intelligence database delivers accurate and reliable information to help you make informed decisions relating to financial crime risk. Watch our video which demonstrates just how powerful our data can be. For the purposes of this video, we focus specifically on human trafficking.


Refinitiv Financial Crime Podcast

Refinitiv Financial Crime Conversation podcast is a fascinating series where we explore the true cost of financial crime. We meet the people behind the crime statistics, and hear how financial and corporate communities, private individuals, NGOs and regulatory bodies are combating such activity.