Vital4WLS: Global Watchlist and Sanctions Screening
Fight financial crime with our AI-powered search platform and robust name-matching technology, which automatically scans more than 4,500 global government watchlists daily.
Supercharge Your AML Compliance With A Smarter Global Watchlist Search
Global watchlists are compiled by governments and international organizations to identify entities linked to crime, corruption, terrorism, laundering, and various other forms of unethical behavior. Entities include individuals, corporations, or even countries. Even if they aren’t actively committing a crime, listed entities may be connected to suspicious activity.
Engaging in risky business relationships with suspicious parties can result in severe regulatory penalties, financial loss, and reputational damage. But manually monitoring global databases for AML/KYC compliance can be an administrative quagmire that requires significant resources and power. VITAL4WLS delivers an automated suite of compliance tools that offers more accurate data with less legwork.
How Vital4WLS Helps You Reduce Risk And Avoid Financial Sanctions
VITAL4WLS offers more power than a dedicated team of analysts – all within the convenience of a cloud-based interface. Unlike legacy providers, we use machine learning, AI-driven name-matching technology, and flexible relevancy scores to deliver the most current data without human error. With up-to-date, accurate reporting, you can mitigate risk, monitor suspicious activity, and reduce false positives up to 100%.
Get Global Watchlist and Sanctions
Search Results Exactly How You Need Them
VITAL4WLS offers flexible options for accessing our screening reports,
so you can ingest and interpret data in a manner that works best for you. Options include:
24/7 Continuous Monitoring
With the addition of ongoing smart monitoring to any Vital4 solution, you can stay in the loop about potential third-party risks or other AML/KYC compliance threats. For VITAL4WLS, that means you’re alerted as soon as relevant entities appear on any of the 4,500+ global watchlists that we monitor.