S&P Global Market Intelligence has enhanced its entity due diligence platform, Entity Insights, with the inclusion of sanctions and adverse media screening data. The additional data is provided by Quantifind and enables users to screen more than 30 million entity records from more than 30,000 global sources to meet due diligence requirements and manage reputational risk.
Palo Alto, California based Quantifind provides a risk intelligence solution that uses Generative AI to automate much of the text-to-tables process in structuring information relevant to the securities sanctions screening process. The platform streamlines the sanctions screening component to provide an automated risk management process, providing real-time insights into securities, customers, partners and suppliers through entity resolution, emerging threat detection, watchlist screening, alerts triage, KYC, relationship extraction and automated investigations.
“Bringing together government sanctions and adverse media coverage data with the breadth of entity reference data and reporting capabilities available in Entity Insights allows continuous monitoring of developments that could impact a user’s vendors and other third parties,” says Peter Pernebo, global head of entity due diligence at S&P Global Market Intelligence. “The addition of this critical data enables more robust entity due diligence and operational risk management.”
Ari Tuchman, CEO at Quantifind, adds: “In an increasingly dynamic global sanctions environment, screening precision and speed are vital. We are collaborating with S&P Global Market Intelligence to provide real-time insights on sanctions and adverse media screening to enable users to effectively monitor and assess risk.”
Entity Insights is available within existing S&P Global Market Intelligence solutions including Onboarding Accelerator, Know Your Third Party (KY3P) and Know Your Customer (KYC). Sanctions and adverse media screening data are available via the S&P Global Market Intelligence Entity Insights platform as well as via API.
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