How can adverse media screening help you address the regulatory risks and protect your reputation?

In the digital age, vast volumes of information can overwhelm attempts to pinpoint what is relevant to financial crime and eliminate what is not. Missing an important piece of media information about a specific individual or entity could have significant consequences, particularly from a regulatory compliance perspective. Adverse media screening is an important part of any customer due diligence and third-party risk management process, as it allows you to identify and protect their customers and partners from risks and helps to meet your regulatory requirements and obligations.

Join our risk specialists and partners to discuss the importance of adverse media screening as part of the onboarding and ongoing due diligence process. In this webinar we will cover:

  • What is the role and benefits of adverse media screening in risk and compliance? 
  • How can specialist research technology help the overstretched compliance departments to make sure all relevant media sources are checked?
  • Where to find trusted information when certain governments lack transparency and fake news are everywhere?


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    Adverse Media Screening


Renata Galvao Content Specialist Manager Refinitiv

Renata Galvao is the Manager of Content Specialists at Refinitiv World-Check. Originally from Brazil, she has a background in journalism and previously worked as an international correspondent in Africa. In 2015 she joined World-Check, where she also worked as the Research Manager for the Africa Region. Renata is a certified Anti-money laundering specialist (ACAMS) and is currently studying a Postgrad in Law specializing in Criminology at the University of Cape Town (UCT).

Mike Moreno Senior Product Manager Refinitiv

Mike Moreno is the Senior Product Manager for World-Check One at Refinitiv.
He leads the end to end product management of World-Check One screening solutions within the Risk division. He has over 16 years of experience in textual, data/web aggregation for various use cases ranging from Buy-side/Sell-side & Trading to Corporates. Mike joined the Refinitiv in 2007 as part of the Reuters Group PLC acquisition. Previously he has worked within Asset Management and Investment Banking delivering proprietary data & research workflow solutions for Reuters Knowledge, ThomsonONE and Eikon.  Mike also worked at Dow Jones Factiva for 6 years, during the inception of the joint venture between Reuters & Dow Jones and development and launch of the Factiva brand and news platform. 

Jacob Thompson Performance Director Refinitiv

Jacob Thompson is the Head of Market Development in Europe North at Refinitiv. In his current role, Jacob is responsible for driving go-to-market strategy for Risk Business, including enterprise risk, corporate governance, customer and third party risk, and regulatory compliance, where he helps to shape the business direction acting as the voice of the customer. Previously, Jacob was leading Thomson Reuters Governance, Risk and Compliance Sales for UK Financial Services. He has been in the Business Information industry for over 20 years.vitae est.

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