Introducing updated Know-your-business reports


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Complete your due diligence on UK and international businesses with the latest update to your Thirdfort platform - Know-your-business reports, powered by data from Dun & Bradstreet. Identify beneficial owners in minutes with Thirdfort.

Keeping up to date with ever-changing AML regulations can be a headache. But with serious fines and penalties for missteps, it’s one responsibility your business cannot afford to ignore.

Whether you’re running checks on individuals or companies, client due diligence is a real time sink. And dragging your team away from what they do best means lost productivity and earnings.

Today we’re launching Company Checks on Thirdfort to give you back that time, and peace of mind. We’ve applied everything we’ve learned from creating our signature Thirdfort ID checks to offer you a comprehensive tool for identifying directors and ultimate beneficial owners.

Here’s what makes them special:

  • Global. Access information on corporate entities wherever they are based without needing to switch between commercial registers from around the world.

  • They’re fast. From request to final report, complete your checks in seconds. Get results in one clear report, ready to be exported for audit-proof compliance. Then get back to business.

  • They’re comprehensive. Whether in the UK or abroad, verify your corporate clients wherever they’re based. Sanctions, adverse media screening, and Ultimate Beneficial Owner (UBO) discovery all included in line with 6th EU AML directive.

For some further reading and a little more detail on how Thirdfort Know-your-business works, take a look over our product page.

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