Energy firms grapple with rising customer risk

A case study on developing dynamic risk-based customer screening

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Understanding customer risk is vital in today’s environment of heightened geopolitical tensions, growing sanctions and increasing regulatory scrutiny.

It is essential that firms are able to identify and avoid counterparties and customers that might be involved in terrorism, bribery or corruption, or that are operating fraudulently or dishonestly. Given the complex interlinkages between companies globally and the range of customers that most firms have these days, customer screening is becoming

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