Global Trade for Restricted Party ScreeningWorld Class Restricted Party Screening Software Solutions from Thomson Reuters

Supports confidence and adds visibility across the entire restricted party screening process

Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE Global Trade fully integrates with a company’s Corporate System (ERP/CRM/SRM), allowing the validation of business partners (customers and suppliers) with our Restricted Party Screening solution. Global Trade for RPS is backed by Thomson Reuters World-Check, the most comprehensive and widely-adopted source of structured intelligence on heightened risk individuals and organizations, and is available through our ONESOURCE and Thomson Reuters Checkpoint platforms.

Using RPS software from Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE ensures the security of your company’s reputation and business transactions.

Features of our restricted party screening software:

  • Enhanced security in transactions with customers and suppliers
  • Confidence of compliance with legal requirements
  • Automated screening within the corporate system
  • Import process control
  • Antidumping/CVD Controls
  • Shipment status visibility
  • Global Trade content (Harmonized Tariff, Schedule B, ADD/CVD, OGA)

ONESOURCE Global Trade for RPS

Blog Posts

  • Global Trade Trends: What Will Trump Mean for Trade? 11 Jan, 2017 - Words have consequences, and perhaps no words are more consequential than those of the president of the United States. The Nov. 8 election of Donald Trump, a populist whose campaign emphasized reversing the trade liberalization trend of recent decades, created instantaneous uncertainty for supply chains worldwide. Global trade liberalization will not grind to a halt [...]
  • Global Trade Trends: Regional Variances in Trade Operations 13 Dec, 2016 - Companies can exert little control over the macro conditions that impact trade, but they can use today’s low-growth trade environment as an opportunity to review and optimize their processes. Through the first nine months of 2016, net U.S. trade fell $470 billion, according to the Census Department. Although GDP growth might not be as robust [...]