Depending on your settings in the Check Good Guys batch, Compliance Screening performs one of the following actions when a Good Guy alarm is created in the associated Good Guy list address:
- The address remains unchanged (default value).
- The address is disabled in the Good Guy list. The address will be marked as “Processed” and will remain as an entry with all fields in the Good Guy list.
- The address is deleted from the Good Guy list.
You can then edit the Good Guy alarm and change the status of this address in the Good Guy list again if necessary.
Proceed as follows:
- Select Compliance Screening – Match handling.
- This opens an overview of address matches and Good Guy alarms based on the filter criteria you have specified above the list.
- You can search specifically for Good Guy alarm in the Event field.
- Highlight the Good Guy alarm of your choice and open it.
- Understanding the changes since the last check: Find out more in the Relevant changes to restricted party addresses found field group.
- From the menu Good Guy − Open Good Guy, you open the Good Guy that triggered the Good Guy alarm.
- Decide whether the checked address is identical to one of the restricted parties listed:
- If the addresses are identical, you must cease all business relations with this address. In this case, disable or delete the address in the Good Guy list and take the necessary organizational measures.
- If the addresses are not identical, keep the address active as a Good Guy.
- To edit several Good Guy alarms at the same time, you can also select them in the Match handling overview and click Quick edit. In the processing window, you then select the processing method (e.g. “Keep Good Guy active”) and enter a processing comment.
- You can find processed Good Guy alarms in the Match handling overview by expanding the filter criteria at the top and selecting “Processed” in the Processing field.