Outdated PEP profiles endanger your risk mitigation and compliance process


Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) are individuals connected to high-level government roles, either directly, through family members, or close personal and business relationships. PEPs are considered high-risk customers or employees due to their proximity to power, which offers more opportunities to engage in unethical or unlawful behavior, such as nepotism, money laundering, or embezzlement. There are many types of PEPs, such as Parliament members, key people working in supreme courts, high ranking military officers, or members of [...]