Compliance Screening searches addresses in the restricted party lists for similarities.
“Restricted party lists” in this context means both official and manually defined lists of restricted parties.
- The official restricted party lists are provided through your AEB update service. You can view these lists but not edit them. The official lists include both freely available lists (such as Her Majesty’s Treasury list, formerly the Bank of England list) and subscription lists supplied for a fee by special providers, such as Reguvis (formerly the Bundesanzeiger Verlag) or Dow Jones.
- You maintain the manual restricted party lists yourself. Here you can save not only your own blocked or boycotted parties – such as the early warning lists from the Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA) – but also enter customers who are in arrears, etc.
Date fields allow you to track when the restricted party list was last updated and which addresses have been added.