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ACURIS RISK INTELLIGENCE – ICE PREVIEW


Acuris Risk Intelligence – showcasing anti-money laundering and enhanced due diligence solutions at ICE


Visit booth N10-112 to see the company’s essential suite of leading AML and EDD solutions


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curis Risk Intelligence, part of Acuris Group, will be attending ICE to showcase their range of AML data and EDD solutions that they offer to the gaming sector from simple APIs to AML screening and risk tools that require


zero integration. As one of just a handful of global proprietary data providers they are uniquely positioned to support operators directly without going through costly resellers. This year we are excited to also be able to share with the gaming community our recently launched new product “ The Gambling Risk Intelligence Database”. This is a unique database of instantly downloadable Enhanced Due Diligence Reports delivering instant access to VIP Players Source of Wealth, EDD on Gaming Executives, operating companies and also suppliers. This new solution offers a much more efficient EDD


process through Acuris Risk Intelligence sharing comprehensive insight on pre created due diligence from the many years of working with operators, regulator and B2B suppliers. This will reduce risk and speed up the decision-making process while reducing the cost of compliance. In the many years Acuris Risk Intelligence have been delivering EDD reports to the sector, we have built up a formidable body of knowledge. Now, we are making this intelligence instantly searchable and downloadable via a secure web-based portal www.kyc6.com, “This product is a game changer in that it offers instant company due diligence including UBO


investigations and helping to establish instant player source of wealth. It will reduce the onboarding times and cut costs for operators giving them access to research experts who speak over 47 languages and take data from 35,000 sources,” explained Fiona Davies, Head of Gaming at Acuris Risk Intelligence. The GRID product strengthens the Acuris Risk


Intelligence portfolio of existing anti-money laundering products including a proprietary database launched in 2004 of five million high risk persons and businesses globally (PEPs, Sanctions, Adverse Media, Law Enforcement, Insolvency, Disqualified Directors and Financial Regulator datasets).


54 JANUARY 2020


To pre-arrange a meeting, contact Acuris Risk


Intelligence now at gamingteam@ acuris.com.


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