Denied Party Screening
World-class denied party screening software from Thomson Reuters
Why choose Denied Party Screening
You want to know your customer and mitigate the hidden risks your business relationships may surface. Feel secure doing business with your local and global partners with Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE Denied Party Screening. Our DPS software integrates with your company’s existing ERP, CRM, and SRM systems, so you can seamlessly and automatically screen your customers and suppliers against 715+ global lists for restricted persons, embargoed countries, and companies that are owned by these denied entities. Leverage the power of our global researchers, covering 240 countries and territories. For enhanced due diligence, the software also offers Sanctions Ownership Research data, Adverse Media Screening, and screening for Politically Exposed Person worldwide from Dow Jones Risk & Compliance.
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What you get with our denied party screening solution
Screen 715+ global lists for restricted persons, companies, and sanctioned/embargoed countries.
Audit trail of the screening results that meets due diligence best practices of the U.S. Departments of State, Commerce, and other global agencies' expectations.
Screen supply chain partners automatically after creating or updating the master record in the company’s corporate system.
Meet your regulatory obligations and make informed decisions with denied entities information collected and curated by a global network of multilingual analysts.
Our free 30-day trial lets you try out some of the best features of our Denied Party Screening (DPS) solution for free. Reduce supply chain risk and feel secure doing business with your customers and suppliers by screening them against 715+ denied party lists.
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