smartKYC’s response to Wolfsberg Guidance on Negative News Screening (NNS)

By Dermot Corrigan
On: 30 May, 2022,
Categories: Uncategorized

Earlier this month, The Wolfsberg Group published its guidance on Negative News Screening (NNS). They “developed this Guidance to assist FIs in establishing their NNS framework in support of Financial Crime Risk Management.”

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