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Yes, a No Code Compliance Manager to Meet KYC and KYB Requirements

Payment service providers, merchant acquiring banks, online marketplaces and other regulated entities operating in the payment industry and payment market have a digitised, automated, and bespoke solution for KYC, KYB and AML compliance in ZignSec’s No Code Compliance Manager.

Increase your customer acceptance rates

AML (Anti-Money Laundering) rules and regulations account for a variety of control and monitoring obligations being placed on companies operating within the payment market and the payment industry. The payment market consists of organizations, sole traders, and partnerships that are engaged in facilitating payment transfers between individuals and companies, or both, whereas institutions involved in payment processing such as banks, non-banking financial institutions, and others constitute the payment industry. Entities within both fields must meet KYC and KYB compliance demands. KYC (Know Your Customer) and KYB (Know Your Business) are regulated processes for verifying a private customer’s identity or that of a corporate client and for assessing and monitoring risks with potential and existing clients. In the ongoing battle against money laundering and terrorist financing, the KYC process is a fundamental concept. The KYB process serves as a sentinel placed on what once was a blind spot that criminals were able to exploit by using financial relationships between businesses to conceal their identities and launder money.

Within regulated industries, hefty fines or even prosecution may be the consequence for a company that doesn’t meet KYC and KYB requirements. Having digitised and automated processes with a seamless customer experience in real-time for customer onboarding, due diligence, and monitoring is essential, it is also a prerequisite for adopting an effective risk-based approach. Thorough and efficient automated processes allow companies to access information about the client quickly and act accordingly, time for decision making is reduced from days to hours. Manual regulatory compliance checks are cumbersome, immensely time-consuming, and vulnerable due to human errors. Whereas an automated KYC and KYB process improves operational efficiency, reduces fraud, lower operational cost, enhances the client experience and increases your customer acceptance rates.

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Utilize an all-in-one SaaS solution!

Entities within regulated industries utilize numerous providers to apply several compliance solutions that in combination amounts to a regulatory compliant KYC and KYB process. International companies need various solutions and processes for specific countries and regions. In countries with eID schemes, a customer might prefer using their electronic identity, whereas verifying customer identities digitally by making use of physical ID documents or any other method is the standard somewhere else. Given the technical and administrative complexity of implementing and managing numerous different compliance solutions, workflows, and processes from various providers and touchpoints. And furthermore, considering the challenges of cross-border compliance and the ever-changing regulatory demands, it would be wise to unify, consolidate and manage all your compliance solutions at the source of integration. Imagine being able to utilize an all-in-one SaaS solution ensuring your KYC and KYB compliance within all regulated industries worldwide via a single interface.

ZignSec is a one-stop-shop vendor of KYC and KYB compliance solutions and customized workflows. We offer all automated solutions needed to validate different customer identity aspects (e.g., online identity verification, biometric check, liveness check, PEP & sanction checks, etc.), and everything needed for comprehensive due diligence. Our SaaS platform compiles the best available compliance solutions for each market and allows connected organisations to combine these into workflows tailored for each specific business and country – all via a single interface to our API or our No Code Compliance Manager.

No Code Compliance Manager

Our No Code Compliance Manager is a web tool that enables you to build, optimize, and automate workflows while connecting them with the best global and local compliance and ID verification solutions. You are in full control in a visual hands-on manner as you create, modify, and roll out processes and workflows with a visual drag-and-drop feature. And if, or rather when, the regulatory framework changes, a company must be able to rapidly adapt its compliance processes and workflows to remain regulatory compliant. Customary enterprise systems for customer onboarding, due diligence, and monitoring are very hard to make changes to, and neither processes nor workflows can be altered or optimized rapidly. With our No Code Compliance Manager, all changes can be made to the workflow at any time without the need for complicated coding.

Being connected to ZignSec, that’s continuously aggregating pre-emptive compliance solutions, facilitate you to stay ahead of regulatory changes. Your organization doesn’t need to expend additional time and resources finding new KYC and KYB-focused compliance providers or adopt several service agreements. ZignSec is your one-stop-shop and you can add on compliance solutions bit by bit as needed. Accordingly, your organization only needs to hold one service agreement with ZignSec to ensure perpetual and cross-border compliance. We are your all-in-one SaaS solution for KYC and KYB processes and we offer the system flexibility necessary for your business to act agile, adaptable, and competitive in compliance with regulatory demands.

  

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    Effective date: January 1, 2020

    This notice explains ZignSec’s approach to cookies and other online data collection technologies.

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