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GLEIF Opens vLEI Issuer Qualification Programme

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The Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF) has underpinned the verifiable LEI (vLEI) with an issuer qualification programme that once completed with allow businesses to obtain vLEI digital identify credentials from the issuer for use in digital organisational identity.

The GLEIF expects the vLEI issuer qualification process to take about 90 days. A qualified vLEI issuer will act as the primary interface for legal entities seeking vLEI credentials. Once obtained, the vLEI can be used as a basis to issue additional credentials to persons holding official roles within an organisation.

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