Once you have ascertained that the suspicious address is not identical to any of the addresses on the restricted party lists, you can define the suspicious address as a Good Guy. This means adding the address to the Good Guy list. The result is that the address is no longer checked against the restricted party lists.
Proceed as follows:
- Select Compliance Screening – Match handling.
- Select the address matches you wish to define as Good Guys.
- Click the Quick edit button.
- The Edit ‘address match’ type events window opens.
- Select the Define as Good Guy method.
- This displays the Good Guy lists that you have defined in Compliance Screening and a field for your comments.
- Select the Good Guy list of your choice and enter your comment.
- Upload attachment: If necessary, select a file that you want to upload as an attachment to the Good Guy.
- If you have opened the Good Guy address from within the Good Guy list, you will find this file in the Documents sheet. If required, you can add more files and hyperlinks here.
- Click OK.
- You are back in the open address match in the new Check result sheet. There you will find a summary of the most important information concerning this transaction.