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Business Risk for the commercial property sector

Extending the power to tackle fraud and financial crime

Whether you’re a commercial landlord, or an estate agent, you can’t shirk your responsibilities when it comes to compliance.

Commercial Landlords dealing with transactions above 10,000 Euros are required by law to comply with the European Union’s 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive.

While Estate Agents still have a responsibility to report suspicious behaviour under a number of areas, including: the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, the Criminal Finances Act 2017, the Terrorism Act 2006 and the 2017 Money Laundering Regulations.

You can’t afford for quick acceptance of prospective new tenants to mean lax compliance.

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What does Graydon Business Risk do?

Developed for credit risk, compliance, fraud prevention or procurement teams, Business Risk is a unique compliance tool for tackling fraud and financial crime, combining -- for the first time in the market-- credit decision scoring, fraud indicators and Politically Exposed Person (PEPs) and Sanctions checks, so you know exactly who you are dealing with.

At its heart: corporate data and alerts, and PEPs and Sanctions data blended with easy access to the largest database of fraud risk in the country, with more than 500 private and public-sector members across multiple industry sectors. Business Risk provides the most comprehensive and effective way to prevent corporate fraud and financial crime, all powered by TruNarrative’s AI-driven financial crime technology.

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